food network. It was quick and easy. I was enjoying my bowl of joy in half an hour. The homemade croutons is a must. So don't skip this keep ingredient. My husband thought that this was "too light" for him, so I sprinkled some cheddar cheese in his bowl to make a cheese and broccoli soup. He was quite a happy camper after that little addition.
We have one more week of strawberries from the farm. It's a bit bittersweet, since we've really enjoyed the fresh strawberries. But looking on the bright side, that means we'll be getting some other different farm fresh goodies soon. I wonder what we'll be getting next.
I came across this recipe on a fellow blogger's page. It was different from what I've seen or made in the past. The little cakes came out beautifully. The sweet crumbly topping went well with the moist ( and not-very-sweet) cake.
When I use to live in New York City, one of my favorite places to grab a sweet ending to my day is Magnolia Bakery. Some of you may have heard of it and those of you from "the big apple" must have had a cupcake from here at one point. They are beyond famous for their cupcakes, which I admit I don't care much for. I know, blasphemy! right? So why do I go there you ask? Uh... for their banana pudding of course. It is a little cup of clouds and dreams, I'm serious. You have to go and see for yourself. For years, I searched high and low to remake this heavenly dessert. And the word is out, here is the recipe.
I recently bought a Breville juicer (which I LOVE) and have been concocting different recipes with the leftover pulp. So, I've read, seen, and made many many recipes for banana bread, but never one for strawberry banana. So here is my latest invention.