These muffins… These are so delicious, I can’t even explain. Did you ever had the Ben & Jerry’s flavor Cherry Garcia? Personally, I’ve always loved the combination of cherries and chocolate, and for this muffin I was inspired by the classic Ben & Jerry’s flavor. Now, I know these may not look like the prettiest muffins, but men, these are really really good! And if you feel a little fancy, you can just drizzle them with some dark chocolate, like I did with some of them.
I am so happy! It has finally become spring here in the Netherlands, and with temperatures of 15 to 20 degrees Celcius you can even call that warm haha. So in line with the weather, I had to make something that was spring-like, and since it is Sunday, and I wanted to have a nice breakfast, I made pancakes! Loving the #pancakesunday trend.
When I was younger, I really enjoyed having granola for breakfast, preferably the one chock full of sugar, refined wheats and even some chocolate pieces if I was lucky. I would gobble it down with some milk or yoghurt and go off to school. Back then, I even thought that that granola was a healthy breakfast, a good choice to start the day. Now I really can’t imagine myself eating store-bought granola for breakfast (or any other meal for that matters), and this is for a couple of reasons, but the most important isn’t even health reasons, it is definitely TASTE.
Once you have made granola yourself once, and you know how good it tastes compared to all the granolas they carry in your local supermarket, you’ll never want anything else!
You are probably wondering what these so-called BBB muffins are, so here it comes: Blueberry Banana Breakfast muffins! I love these little treats, as they are super saintly but still really yummy and with a nice little bite from the flax on top.
After the Lyme disease challenge yesterday, I still had some limes left. I am thinking of making a couple lime recipes in honor of the Lyme disease challenge, and this is the first one: Lime banana ice cream. I already have another recipe using lime as an important ingredient here.
This is really so so good! And you will only need two (!!) ingredients to make this crazy delicious (and healthy) dessert. However, you do need a powerful blender or food processor. If you don’t have one, you can also make this using an ice machine.
These babies are soooo good! Amazing taste, naturally high in protein and chock full of potassium, magnesium and manganese, plus they are extremely easy to make, just mix everything together in a bowl, pop them in the oven for a couple minutes and you are done. I love making these at the start of the week to take with me during long uni days or to eat as a post-workout snack.