Do you ever get stuck with a bunch of overripe bananas? This happens to us every now and again. We go a little crazy at the grocery store and by a batch of bananas that go ripe too quickly and we find ourselves scrambling to eat them before they go to waste. Some great options are slicing them and freezing them for smoothies, or a classic is making banana bread. Well we have another option for you. Check out Mama Mariean's delicious Homemade banana cake recipe!
There's nothing like a warm piece of homemade bread on a cold autumn day. Thanks to our friend Ann Grunberg, we have a wonderful recipe for homemade Zucchini Bread, with a healthy twist! Click here to get the recipe:
I don't know about you, but we have a LOT of apples left from our family apple picking in October. We've been racking our brains for ideas on how to use up these fresh and delicious apples. Then we came across this recipe for an Overnight Apple Butter recipe from Cooking Light. What a perfect way to use up these apples!
Happy Rosh Hashanah! A Delicious Holiday Recipe
Rosh Hashanah has a number of delicious and traditional recipes. We did our research and found one that is both tasty and has a great message behind it. The use of apples and honey are a traditional food pairing served during Rosh Hashanah. It is believed that dipping apples in honey will bring a sweet new year. We love the symbolism and chose this recipe with the idea of having the kids join in on the preparation. So round up the kids, prepare this scrumptious dish together, and enjoy a Shana Tova (good year)!
INGREDIENTS (Makes 1 serving) 6 oz plain, non-fat Greek yogurt like Chobani 1/2 cup sliced bananas 1/4 cup walnuts, chopped and toasted 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon DIRECTIONS Layer Greek yogurt, sliced bananas, and walnuts in a glass cup. Sprinkle with cinnamon.