Banana bread is an awesome baked good to make. It is easy, perfect if you have extra ripe bananas to use up, and it is a sweet treat that doesn’t need much sugar since the bananas are a great sweetener. Oats bring out the sweetness in recipes and also allow to use less sugar. Following The Eczema Diet doesn’t mean you can’t have banana bread!
Well it’s been a long time! I haven’t posted much this whole year. I’ve been on The Eczema Diet (could be considered an elimination diet) and honestly, I didn’t feel like writing about it. But I did make a couple recipes I wanted to post and now is finally the time they are going to be published! I’ve had eczema since I was born. It
After a moment of inattention at the grocery store, I got home with an enormous bag of quick oats instead of my regular oats. I usually buy regular or extra-thick oats because I use them a lot for my homemade granola and like to have texture in my oatmeal. Instead of returning it (which I never do), I decided to experiment using the quick oats in
I was at a restaurant earlier this month and saw that their special was a cranberry and apple savoury scone with rosemary in it. I loved the idea of using rosemary in scones and although I never think to use fresh cranberries in my recipes, I actually love them! So I decided to recreate the savoury scones are home. And then because I wanted to use applesauce
I’ve been seeing sun-dried bananas a couple times at the grocery stores and wanted to try them. I do love banana chips, but was intrigued by a more chewy dried bananas (the ones I found at my grocery store are by PRANA). Sundried bananas are chewy and taste like extra-ripe bananas (those that are ready to make banana bread with!). They are quite tasty, but