Warm smashed banana topped with peanut butter, melted chocolate, and chopped pecans in every bite. Delicious, healthy, and easy to make, this dessert will taste so amazing you won’t be able to resist!
Who needs a banana split ice cream sundae when you have this? Mashed banana topped with creamy peanut butter, melted chocolate chips, and chopped pecans, even a pinch of toffee bits. Baked in the oven for about 10 minutes, this dessert is warm, soft, and so delicious, you won’t believe that it’s healthy for you. Each bite is amazing with a mixture of so many flavors and textures.
Sweet and slightly sour with just a hint of spicy, this salsa will be a hit at any party. Bursting with so many flavors, it is a delicious dip with any chips.
It’s spring! Which means there are so many fresh fruits at the supermarket. One of my favorite combinations of fruits is strawberry and mango. It’s so tropical, isn’t it? The vibrant colors remind me of the sunset during a warm summer day. This salsa is not only pretty in color, it’s very tasty too. Filled with chunks of strawberries and mangoes, basil and mint, the juice of one lime, honey, and a little bit of red crushed peppers, it is an explosion of flavors on your taste buds! Once you try it, you won’t want to stop eating.
Warm diced apples covered in cinnamon brown sugar in a buttery croissant crust, perfect as a snack or a dessert.
I hope you guys had a wonderful Thanksgiving. There’s been so much to be thankful for even though 2013 has been a difficult year for me. I hope you had a lot of yummy foods on your table. I know we did. But we ended up with so much leftover, I think we have enough to last us another week! Here’s a peek at our Thanksgiving dinner table. There was so much food that we didn’t know where to put the turkey! Or the brownies!