Oh dear, I’ve been very lax in writing the past few weeks. With the post Christmas lull and my ‘get slim before 30’ diet (I’m hurtling towards my 30th birthday in August!), my mind has been otherwise occupied.
I have still been baking, a little, despite not having many left who aren’t on diets to eat my baking.
The littlest baker is now 15 months old and learning new words at an alarming rate. Two of her current favourites are:
Din-dins meaning dinner. It is best shouted any time you think someone is even thinking about making something to eat, just in case they don’t bring you some.
‘Nana meaning banana. This is squealed in delight at the sight of this yellow fruit. Also combined with pointing and saying word repeatedly till you receive… a ‘nana.
Unfortunately, as you are probably more than aware, bananas ripen at a ridiculous rate and even a small bunch becomes over ripe very quickly.
So to counter this I’ve made the over ripe bananas into banana muffins.
It’s a staple recipe that every baker probably should have made but I never have. Although this is my first time making them they have come out very light and tasting of banana.
The littlest baker might not automatically shout “nana!” upon sight of them but they should make a nice little treat for her.
This is the recipe I used but I only had 2 smaller bananas so I reduced the flour to 8.5oz instead of 9oz.
I did not add any nuts to this either.