So many cakes and birthdays this week, happy birthday to all dear ones celebrating.
Had these three ripened bananas in my fruit basket that said please use me 😀😀
Best thing to do was this recipe I always pops out on Facebook, easy energy balls that serves great as snack or breakfast even.
Just mash your bananas, add oatmeal, crushed biscuits, honey and peanut butter (optional), pinch of cinnamon then mix well and form into balls.
I drizzled chocolate on top as well, really yummy 😋
Happy birthday to the amazing DJ Badr, did this awesome chocolate cake filled with peanut butter cream and covered with cream and all kinds of Reeses, his favorite chocolate.
Cake turned out really elegant and rich, hope he liked it.
How’s your weekend so far? Weather turned crispy cold and dusty not enjoyable for an outing right?
Lunch was cheese burgers and crunchy spiced wedges,you cut potatoes with skin into wedges and mix well with pesto sauce,chili,rosemary, oregano,breadcrumbs,sun dried tomatoes,salt ,pepper and olive oil then bake uncovered till done and crispy. Salad was beetroot and lettuce topped with feta cheese and vinaigrette.
Upon kids request I baked more peanut butter chocolate cookies cause I only left some for them yesterday. Love this recipe very easy and quick.
Lovely sunny day,hope all weekend stays like this,started with a lovely breakfast outside in the sun, new olives are done they’re absolutely delicious.
I was invited to a gathering noon time and just before I left I decided to bake some cookies to take with me,after searching in my books for something quick I didn’t do before I found this super easy one, I used Quality Street chocolates, simply crushed a bunch in the food processor instead of normal chocolate chips,this box has been on the coffee table since Adha Eid so I’d better use it rather than eat it alone,don’t you all love these chocolates? never bored of them!
Ingredients and method:
* 1/2 cup butter ( reduce it a bit if using heavy chocolates)
* 1/2 cup peanut butter.
* 3/4 cup brown sugar.
* 1 egg.
* 2 tablespoons milk.
* 1 tsp vanilla.
* 1/2 small spoon baking soda.
* 1/2 tsp baking powder.
* 1 3/4 cups flour.
* 3/4 cup chocolate chips or crushed ones of any kind.
* Mix butters and sugar well till creamy then add egg,vanilla,milk.
* add flour,baking soda and powder then last thing add the chocolates.
*Shape into balls then flatten them a bit,usually I use a coffee cup bottom.
* bake in a medium heated oven for 10-13 minutes or till bottoms are golden.
* cool then keep in cookie jar or tightly closed tin.
These will sure put a big smile on a child’s face specially with a hot chocolate in a cold day