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Dark chocolate and banana loaf recipe

Dark chocolate and banana loaf recipe

Thank you Tate & Lyle for this extremely yummy recipe, bananas and dark chocolate, what more do you want from a bake? It is a really dense loaf, due to the bananas, but it is really tasty and perfect with a cup of tea when the children have gone to bed. The children really loved it too - so great for a dessert or to take on a summer family picnic! You can find more recipes on the Tate & Lyle website. VIEW the POST

#Recipe – Banana and chocolate chip muffins, egg free recipe

#Recipe – Banana and chocolate chip muffins, egg free recipe

I had a small window for baking on Sunday morning and as you can imagine you have to grab those with both hands, but disaster- we had no eggs to make a cake. So I browsed around to see what other ingredients we had and decided to try an eggless recipe. I have to admit, I couldn't really tell the difference and I love banana cakes so we were on to a winner. VIEW the POST

Bananagrams – The Word Anagram Game

I have to be upfront, when I was told we were getting Bananagrams to review, I was a little sceptical about how good it was going to be as I couldn’t see how different it could be from other word based type games, but I was very pleasantly surprised. I brought it out at a recent dinner party I held and everyone enjoyed it so much we played it until it got too dark to play anymore…

Crafty Constants: Baking – Banana Muffins

Crafty Constants: Baking – Banana Muffins

Being a fussy little banana eater, I always like to use browning bananas in food recipes (so that I don't notice the brown too much) and so that they get eaten. one of my favourite foods is bananas but I hate the bruises on them, not sure why, I know it wont hurt me. Well anyway, here is a nice little recipe I use to make my Banana Muffins: Ingredients 125g butter 175g caster sugar 2 eggs 2 bananas 1tsp bicarb of soda 2tsp milk 125g S/R flour   Preparation Ping the milk in the microwave until boiling hot. Mash the bananas up. I always warm the butter in the fridge for 15 secs to get it nearer to room temp. Prepare a muffin tray with 12 cases. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees. Mixing it up Cream the butter and sugar together in a bowl (mix it until it goes a light yellowy colour) and then mix in the eggs, one at a ...