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Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream

Smooth, creamy, no-churn banana ice cream with a kick of peanut butter. 

Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream

This dessert is super fast and easy just like this smoothie. It only takes two ingredients: frozen bananas and peanut butter! And at least 30 minutes of chilling Continue reading

Two-Ingredient Banana Smoothie

One super hot sunny day.  Sweat dripping.  Frozen bananas in the fridge.  Left-over milk.

It’s time to make banana smoothie.

My little boy and his dad were playing basketball outside which means I have this teeny-weeny little chance to sneak in the kitchen to make something that will beat the heat.  Something fast.  Something easy.  Done in a matter of minutes before my little boy returns and cling to me like a panda.

Good thing there were frozen bananas sitting in the fridge and some milk.  Yes, this smoothie is made of two ingredients only!

Two-Ingredient Banana Smoothie

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Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Pretzel Bars

Brownies have always been my favorite treat. ¬†Long before I fell in love with soft and chewy cookies, brownies were my first love. ¬†The gooey, chocolaty, caramel-y bars that melts in your mouth… oh let me stop here because it makes me want to ¬†lick the photo on the screen.

Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Pretzel Brownies

My craving for brownies these past weeks has been overly crazy¬†‚ÄĒ I was making a Peppa Pig playlist on YouTube for my little boy but ended up watching how-to-make-brownies videos. I was writing the draft of my other post but later found myself browsing brownie photos of my favorite food blogs. The last time we went out, I was able to resist a single bar from Mrs. Fields (and yes I was about to buy three!). But today my willpower gave in. I made a whole batch, with a bonus of peanut butter cups, caramel and pretzels (oh hello mountain climbers and burpees ūüėģ ).

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White Chocolate Frappé

Frothy, creamy and velvety iced coffee perfect for this hot season.

White Chocolate Frappe

My father came home last week for a short vacation. ¬†Since he loves coffee THIS much (arms wide-open), I wanted to make something for him that has, well, coffee in it. ¬†I opted for JoyOfBaking.com’s Hot White Chocolate that I had tried before (my husband and my brother loved it!) but the weather is sooooo hot. ¬†A hot drink on a hot summer day? Boo. ¬†So I thought, why not make a cold version of it?

This White Chocolate Frappé has only 3 ingredients: milk, coffee and white chocolate.  Easy-peasy.  Continue reading

Peanut Butter Cup Muffins With Milk Chocolate Ganache

I mentioned in my previous post¬†that I was looking for recipes where I can use my left-over sour cream and found this banana sheet cake¬†and Back for Seconds’¬†Ganache Topped ¬†Peanut Butter Muffins. ¬†I was eyeing these muffins for a long time and now the time has come to make them.

Peanut Butter Cup Muffins with Ganache

These muffins have everything I love – peanut butter, banana,¬†Reese’s peanut butter cups and most of all, CHOCOLATE GANACHE! Who doesn’t love ganache? It’s one of the best¬†finger-licking-good ¬†desserts for me. I can eat a cup of it in one sitting. Continue reading

Banana Sheet Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting

So I was choosing from my “To-Bake” list what recipe(s) I would try to make use of my left-over sour cream. ¬†I was looking for easy ones (I mean not time-consuming recipes) and spotted Simply Recipes‘¬†Banana Sheet Cake and this Peanut Butter Cup Muffins. ¬†Luckily, we have lots of overripe bananas. ¬†It’s really nice to have bananas at your fruit basket all year long. We, banana-lovers, can whip up something easy like banana cakes, banana muffins and banana bread.

Banana Sheet Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting

This banana sheet cake¬†calls for a 10×15″ baking pan. ¬†I only have 9×13″ but the size is too big for us so I halved the recipe and used an 8×8″ square pan. ¬†I was thinking of using a smaller pan like 4.5×8″ because I wanted a thicker/higher cake, but went on with 8×8″. ¬†It is a “sheet” cake after all.¬† Continue reading