How to Freeze Peaches

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How to Freeze Peaches

I like to freeze fruit. It’s so easy and if you freeze it while it’s in season you can put it up for those winter months when you’re craving some fruit but the stores expect you pay an arm and a leg for it. Freezing peaches is really easy.


1.) First, peel the peaches using this nifty boil technique

2.) After you’ve peeled your peaches, slice them up. You can dice or slice – whatever you like. Be careful, they are slippery when they have been peeled.


3.) Put all your sliced peaches in a big bowl and add lemon juice. I had about 10 Cups of peaches and added the juice of one large lemon. This is going to help them from turning brown (oxidizing) when they are exposed to air. If you don’t care about color – skip this step.

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4.) Line cookie sheets with wax paper and spread out the peach slices. We are doing this because we want them to freeze separately. If you throw them all in the freezer in a bag, you will have a HUGE glob of peaches that will be hard to work with.

5.) Pop the cookie sheets into the freezer and leave them in there until the peach slices are completely frozen. Probably about 6-8 hours? I let mine freeze over night.


6.) Mine came out of the freezer looking like this!


7.) Pop them off the wax paper and put them into a freezer Ziploc bag.

There you have it! These should keep for at least a few months in the freezer. You can pull out a handful of peaches for smoothies, desserts or  even eat them frozen!


And here’s another idea – make ahead pie filling! Freeze in pie tins, once frozen, remove and store in freezer bag until you’re ready to make a pie!

Other posts I’ve done on freezing or preserving fruit or vegetables:

Do you freeze fruit? 

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Roasted Marinara Sauce Recipe – Easy, homemade, fresh

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Originally shared in 2013, this recipe is a FAVORITE and now is the perfect time of year to make up a batch! I hope you love it! 

Roasted Marinara Sauce Recipe

This roasted marinara recipe could not be any easier and it beats jarred or canned sauce by a landslide. I admittedly tried to make a homemade marinara sauce in the crockpot last fall and it was a MAJOR fail. I don’t know why, but it just tasted bitter and blah.  But this, this is how you make marinara sauce – roasted.

The measurements in this recipe are just a suggestion. It’s what I ended up putting into my marinara sauce, but add more of what you like and less of what you don’t. I’m fairly certain you can’t mess this up.



Tomatoes – About 5 pounds
I used a combination of roma, cherry, and glacier – some from my garden, some store bought. Dice large ones and leave cherry tomatoes whole. Remove stems.

Fresh Basil - Cup (packed) with fresh basil leaves, washed (whole leaves), stems removed

Fresh Garlic – Whole cloves, about 10 or 1/4 Cup
I like garlic, use less if this sounds like too much

Zucchini – 1 – 2 zucchinis, diced in 1/2″ thick slices

Onions – Two medium onions, quartered
I used a red onion and a Walla Walla Sweet onion (from my garden)

Olive oil – About 2 Tablespoons

Balsamic Vinegar – 1 Tablespoon (optional)

Salt – 3/4 Tablespoon

Italian Seasoning – 1 Tablespoon

Ground Pepper – To taste



1.) Preheat oven to 400 degree F

2.) Wash and chop all your vegetables. If you have large tomatoes, quarter them. Basically you want everything about the same size when you chop it up – so it all cooks at the same rate.


3.) Once all your vegetables are chopped, toss them into a roasting pan or glass pyrex pan. Drizzle olive oil and balsamic vinegar over vegetables. Add salt, italian seasoning and ground pepper to taste.

4.) Pop in the oven. Cook 45-60 minutes at 400 degrees. You can take the pan out about half way through and give it a good stir. If you have enough for multiple pans, rotate them on the shelves so they cook evenly.

4.) Remove from oven. Allow to cool.


5.) Once cool to touch, use a slotted spoon to scoop vegetables into a food processor, blender or Blendtec/Vitamix. I recommend a slotted spoon because I found I had a lot of liquid from my tomatoes – leave the juice in the pan, you can add more later.


6.) Puree your vegetables. The longer you puree, the smoother the sauce. If you had very seedy tomatoes, puree a bit longer to help break those up. Scoop in liquid from your roasting pan to get it to the consistency you would like. You can always freeze this liquid for tomato soups or to add to sauce at a later time (I didn’t want to throw mine away!). If it’s not thick enough for you, try adding some tomato paste.

7.) Freeze in Ziploc bags or freezer bags. Or if you’re up for it, can it!


I knew the recipe was a keeper when my daughter sat down, right there on the kitchen floor and ate a bowl of it, without noodles, without cheese. She loved it! So it’s kid-approved, in case you’re wondering.

I’d love to hear what you think about this recipe! I’m excited to get more tomatoes and try some different variations. I might try to add the basil in fresh to the food processor – I bet that would give it a vibrant color and possibly a stronger flavor.



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Cabbage and Ramen Asian Salad recipe

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I’ve been meaning to make this recipe for awhile and it was so insanely easy I’m wondering why I haven’t done it sooner! This cabbage and ramen asian salad seems to be a popular salad for potlucks – as that’s pretty much the only place I’ve ever eaten it. But after making it I could see how it would be a great side salad to go with grilled chicken or chicken barbecue sandwiches.


1 large green cabbage – shredded into small pieces

6-8 scallions – diced thinly

1/4 Cup Mirin (found with Asian foods)

1/4 Cup rice vinegar

2 Tablespoons sugar

2 teaspoons salt

1/2 Teaspoon pepper

1/8 Cup Sesame oil 

1/4 Cup vegetable oil (I used canola oil)

1/4 Cup Toasted Sesame seeds

1/4 Cup Black Sesame seeds

2 packages instant ramen noodles – crushed
I found the easiest way to crush these, without making a mess, is to leave inside package and hit with bottle side of large spoon. Be careful not to split the bag. Discard seasoning packet.

Optional toppings/additional ingredients – Slivered almonds, sunflower seeds, shredded carrots


1.) In a big bowl mix together the sliced cabbage and scallions

2.) In another bowl, mix together the mirin, rice vinegar, sugar, salt, pepper and oils. Whisk well.

3.) Pour over cabbage and slaw. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and ramen noodles.

4.) Serve immediately.

If making ahead for a potluck or event, keep cabbage, dressing and ramen noodles all separate until right before serving.


I know there are MANY variations to this cabbage ramen salad – if you make this with a different recipe – leave a comment and let me know! 

This recipe was adapted from the Hawaiian-Style Sesame Cabbage Salad from Saveur


You might also like this Winter Bok Choy Slaw

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Construction Cake – Kid’s Birthday Cake Idea

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Construction Cake – Kid’s Birthday Cake Idea

My friend Erika posted this Construction-themed Kid’s Birthday Cake on her Facebook wall and I was so impressed I had to share it with all of you!  She gave me permission to share a picture and she shared her tips for how she made it. She started her planning with the yellow and black  CAT Construction Equipment.

Basic instructions:

1.) Make two 10″ round cakes and two 8″ round cakes. Use food coloring to dye the cake mix yellow and black and swirl together. Bake the cakes per the instructions on the box and freeze them overnight. Erika found that freezing the cakes helped with the frosting and decorating.

2.) The next day, make TWO batches of homemade fluffy chocolate frosting – 1 stick of unsalted Butter, 3 Cups powdered sugar, 2/3 cups unsweetened cocoa powder, 1/3 cup milk, 2 tsp vanilla, and WHIP, WHIP, WHIP!

3.) For the the base of the cake cover a round piece of cardboard with aluminum foil. Start with one round 10″ cake, add a layer of frosting on top and sprinkle top with crushed Oreos then cover with the second round 10″ cake. Basically your stacking the cake – but putting a layer of frosting and Oreos in between!!

4.) For the top part of the cake, start with one round 8″ cake, add a layer of frosting on top and sprinkle layer with crushed Oreos then cover with second round 8″ cake. Just like you did with the bottom.

5.) Dig out a small crevice from top cake to make it appear like the diggers are. . .well digging. Frost rest of cake with the homemade fluffy chocolate frosting.

6.) For the number 2 (or whatever age is needed), print out a number 2 on your computer – as big as the cake. Then cut it out and place it on cake. Sprinkle crushed Oreos over  top of cake. Remove paper 2 when done – it should be Oreo-free like the photo.

7.) Using popsicle or sucker sticks and paper you can make signs to spell out a name. Erika used her Cricut to make the letters.

8.) Finish it off with Toystate CAT Mini Machine, 3″, 5-Pack (Amazon) pushing around yellow and brown Reese’s Pieces. Instead of piping (which can be tricky) – bead frosting around the bottom edge and top with Whoppers for a decorative edge!

What do you think? Isn’t it cool? What other ideas do you have things you can put on the construction cake?


This cake reminds me of these Choco-Rock cupcakes with worm and dirt that I posted back in April of 2012!

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July Recipe Series – Favorite summer recipes! Send yours in, earn $10 Amazon gift card


It’s time for some recipe inspiration! I’ve been slacking in the recipe department, I’m sorry!! A couple months ago I tried to recruit someone to help with the recipes and I just didn’t find anyone that I thought was a good fit. And the more I considered it – the more I realized how much I enjoy this part of my blog and it was going to be very hard for me to give it up.

To jump start things in July I’m doing a SUMMER RECIPE series – featuring YOUR favorite summer recipes. My favorite recipes are always ones that are sent in by readers. This is a broad category – I’m thinking recipes for grilling, salads, punches/iced coffee/lemonades, sandwiches, cold desserts, crockpot and more. If I feature your recipe here on the blog, you’ll get a $10 Amazon gift card!

Here are some guidelines:

  • Any delicious recipe will do. It doesn’t have to be a traditional recipe. Even better if it’s not. It can be a snack, breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert – any sort of summer-friendly recipe is good.  As long as it’s a recipe you love, someone else will, too.
  • Include a credit or source. It doesn’t have to be an original – if you got your recipe from a cookbook or website – no worries, just include a source to the recipe. If you got it from Aunt Ruth or it’s your own brainchild – even better, just include that too.
  • Share your pics. Share photos if you have them, but not required.
  • You can submit as many as you’d like. I’m sure you have more than one favorite and I’d love it if you shared two or three recipes!
  • I won’t be able to feature all recipes on the blog. I probably won’t have time to highlight all the submitted recipes. I will randomly pick select recipes to feature on the blog based on the time I have, the ingredients used and what sounds good at the time. :) I will personally make those select recipes, take photos and share your recipe with my readers in a highlighted post. I will give $10 Amazon credits ONLY to the recipes I feature on the blog in individual posts. 

Submit your recipes via email to [email protected] with subject line: Favorite Summer Recipes

And just for fun here are some of my favorite summer recipes:

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4th of July recipes and food ideas


4th of July recipes and food ideas

Happy 4th of July!! Here are some fun 4th of July food ideas and recipes!

Independence Punch from Big Bear’s Wife

Fruit Infused Water from The Seasoned Mom

4th of July Brownie Bites from Creations by Kara

Patriotic Popcorn Crunch from This Mama Loves

Patriotic Trifle Bowl from Glued To My Crafts

Red, White & Blue Velvet Ice Cream Sandwiches from Snappy Gourmet

American Flag Cheesecake from Grub Geek

Fourth of July Pudding Pops from The Grant Life

Patriotic 4th of July S’mores from Club Chica Circle

Lemonade Cake from bebe a la mode designs

American Flag Cake from All Recipes

Red, White & Cool Cubes from Parents

Red, White & Blue Fruit Tart from Mountain Mama Cooks

Red, White & Blue Star Cookie Towers from Bake at 350

Vanilla Bean Doughnuts from A Pumpkin & A Princess

July 4th Layered Drinks from In Katrina’s Kitchen

Yellow Cake Pie with Chocolate Mousse from Foodiecrush

Red, White & Blue Funfetti Sandwich Cookies from Two Peas and Their Pod

4th of July Sprite Drinks with Red, White & Blue Kool-Aid Cubes from Food, Family & Finds

Patriotic Polka Dot Milkshakes from Celebrations


Red, White & Blue Breakfast from Queen Bee Coupons


Patriotic Ice Cream Sandwiches from Queen Bee Coupons

Do you have a favorite 4th of July recipe? Or do you have a favorite 4th of July tradition? 

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16 Turkey Burger recipes

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Turkey Burger Recipes

If you’re firing up the grill this summer turkey burgers can be a healthy choice and they are so flexible! You can add all sorts of fun ingredients to make them interesting.

Teriyaki Pineapple Turkey Burgers from Mom on Timeout

Hawaiian Turkey Burgers from Six Sisters’ Stuff

Grilled Jalapeno Pepper Jack Turkey Burger from Cooking on the Weekends

Feta Basil Turkey Burgers from Fifteen Spatulas

Mini Turkey Sliders from TrulySimple

Chipotle Turkey Burgers from Pinch of Yum

Spicy Grilled Turkey Burgers with Coleslaw from Simply Recipes

Turkey Burgers from BlogChef

Queso Turkey Burgers from Bev Cooks

Jalapeno Cheddar Burgers from Spend with Pennies

Swiss Turkey Burgers from Tried and Tasty

Mushroom and Turkey Burgers from NY Times

Tex Mex Turkey Burgers from Mom de Cuisine

Bacon, Sharp Cheddar & Roasted Red Pepper Turkey Burgers from Apples and Sparkle

Kentucky Hot Brown Burger from Call Me PMC

Lettuce Wrapped Turkey Burger with Goat Cheese from Adventures in Cooking

What are your favorite turkey burger recipes? 

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18 Homemade Popsicle Recipes

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Homemade Popsicle Recipes

Although we can often find great sales on popsicles, nothing beats the taste of homemade popsicles! Here is a round-up of 18 homemade popsicle recipes.

Boston Cream Pie Popsicles from Something Swanky

Coke Float Popsicles from A Night Owl on Lil’ Luna

Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops from The Slow Roasted Italian

Cereal and Milk Popsicles from The Little Foodie

Rainbow Pudding Pops from Sandy Toes & Popsicles

Fresh Strawberry Popsicles from The Frugal Girls

Strawberry Float Popsicles from Bombshell Bling

Peach Raspberry Pops from Food Done Light

Cherry Lemonade Jello Popsicles from Organizer By Day

Fourth of July Popsicles from Blissfully Domestic

Berry Yogurt Popsicles from Skinnytaste

Watermelon Kiwi Popsicles from Yummy Healthy Easy

Orange Creamsicles from Oven Love

Red White and Blue Ice Pops from Poofy Cheeks

Lemonade and Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles from Eat Good 4 Life

Watermelon Ice Pops from Eat Yourself Skinny

Jello Pudding Pops from No. 2 Pencil

Vanilla Mixed Berry Popsicles from Five Little Chefs


Amazon has lots of popsicle-making products. This Norpro Ice Pop Maker has great reviews!


And we have these Tovolo Star Pop Molds, Pink – Set of 6 and they are awesome!

Looking for a book with popsicle recipes? People’s Pops: 55 Recipes for Ice Pops, Shave Ice, and Boozy Pops from Brooklyn’s Coolest Pop Shop has great reviews!

Do you have a favorite popsicle recipe? I’d love to hear about it!

Follow Queen Bee Coupons’s board Recipes ❋ Dessert on Pinterest.

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15 Grilled Chicken Recipes – Burgers, Kabobs, Fajitas, Gyros, more


Want more grilling inspiration? Check out my Grilling and Roasting Pinterest board.

15 Grilled Chicken Recipes

Grilled chicken is one of the easiest and most adaptable meals ever. This list could easily be pages and pages long, but I’m sticking to my favorite 15. I think the Grilled Chicken Caprese Sandwiches look especially good – especially with some balsamic vinegar/sugar drizzled over them.

Grilled Monterey Chicken from The Recipe Critic

Lemon Chicken from Mandy’s Recipe Box

Grilled Chicken from Sous Chef

Buffalo Chicken Ranch Burgers from Julie’s Eats & Treats

Spicy Sweet and Sour Grilled Chicken from

Buffalo Chicken Wraps from Lisa’s Dinnertime Dish

Grilled Chicken Caprese Sandwiches from The Seasoned Mom

Grilled Sweet and Sour Chicken Kabobs from Six Sisters’ Stuff

Blackened Chicken Wings from The Art of Comfort Baking

Grilled Chicken Fajita Kabobs from Two Peas & Their Pod

Best Grilled Chicken Recipe from Freebie Finding Mom

Grilled Chicken Gyros from Melissa’s Cuisine

Balsamic Marinated Grilled Chicken from Rich and Sweet by Bia Rich

Grilled Honey Lime Chicken from Bless This Mess Please


And finally, one of my favorities, Grilled Honey Teriyaki Chicken from Queen Bee Coupons! 

What are your favorite grilled chicken recipes? I’d love to hear from you – leave a comment on this post!


Looking for more, reliable, grilling advice and recipes – check out The Essential New York Times Grilling Cookbook: More Than 100 Years of Sizzling Food Writing and Recipes. Just released in April, I’ve always been a fan of New York Times recipe coverage!

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Strawberry Salad and Dessert Recipes

Strawberry-Salad-Dessert-RecipesLooking for more salad or dessert recipes?
Check out my Pinterest Salad board or Pinterest Dessert board

Strawberry Salad and Dessert Recipes

It’s strawberry season and what better way to celebrate this delicious berry but with a round-up of Strawberry Salad and Strawberry dessert recipes! This list includes 20 strawberry salad and dessert recipes, plus 5 BONUS recipes from Queen Bee Coupons!

Strawberry Salads

Warm Strawberry Spinach Salad  from I Heart NapTime on Your HomeBased Mom

Strawberry Bacon Salad from Lil’ Luna

Mixed Baby Greens with Strawberries, Gorgonzola and Poppy Seed Dressing from Skinny Taste

Strawberry Spinach Salad with Honey Poppyseed Dressing from Lets Dish

Strawberry, Pistachio, Feta Cheese & Basil Salad from Cookin’ Canuck

Chicken Strawberry Salad with Avocado Poppy Seed Dressing from Garnish with Lemon

Strawberry Feta Salad from I Thee Cook

Quick and Easy Strawberry Chicken Salad from HoneyBear Lane

Summer Berry Spinach Salad from Foodiecrush

Strawberry Ricotta Salad from Little Leopard Book

Strawberry Desserts

Strawberry Pound Cake with Strawberry Glaze from Happy Food, Healthy Life

Strawberries & Cream Bars from Mandy’s Recipes Box

Strawberry Shortcake Cookies from Baked Perfection

Strawberry Salsa from Six Sister’s Stuff

Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Pudding Cups from Julie’s Eats and Treats

Strawberry Shortcake Cookies & Ice Cream Sandwiches from Buns In My Oven

Strawberry Cream Cheese Tart from I Heart Eating

No-Churn Strawberry Fudge-Swirl Ice Cream from Just Putzing Around The Kitchen

White Chocolate Strawberry Mini Cheesecake from Eazy Peazy Mealz

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt from Simply Recipes

Plus FIVE bonus strawberry recipes from Queen Bee Coupons! 


Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe (one of my favorites!)


Quinoa, Arugula, Strawberry, Goat Cheese, Pine Nut salad 


How to dehydrate strawberries


Grilled strawberries with balsamic vinegar and sugar recipe 


Banana, strawberry, blueberry smoothie recipe

What are your favorite strawberry salads? What about your favorite strawberry desserts? Leave a comment let me know! 

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15 Foil Meal Recipes – Foil cooking for camping, grilling

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Foil Meal Recipes

Summer means it’s time for cooking in fire pits and on barbecues. Foil meals – made by cooking in foil packets – can be an easy way to cook on flames, without messes or extra dishes! Using foil you can do one-pot meals, desserts, breakfasts and more.

15 Foil Meal Recipes:

Grilled Pineapple Chicken Kabob Packs from Life Made Delicious

Warm and Melty Cheese Dip from Echoes of Laughter

Grilled Sweet Potatoes from Five Little Chefs

Mediterranean Salmon in Foil Packets from The Seasoned Mom

Baked Herb Salmon from The Mommy-Files

Chicken Fajitas from Cook Clean Craft

Barbecued Apple Crisp from Cooking with Jax

Foil Packet Hot Dogs from Growing Up Gabel

Green Chile Cheese Fries from Buried Carrots

Barbecue Chicken and Potatoes from Jamie Cooks it Up!

Grilled Packet Potatoes from Spoonful

Campfire Quesadillas from Dirty Gourmet

Chicken Foil Dinner from Don’t Eat Wheat

Tin Foil Chicken Fajitas from One Sweet Appetite


And one of my favorites – Grilled Halibut with Lemon and Capers from Queen Bee Coupons!

Do you like to cook using foil packets? Do you have favorite foil meal recipes? I’d love for you to share your favorite recipes using tin foil packets.


Other resources for tin foil meals (from Amazon): 

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Blueberry Banana Bread Recipe


This recipe lives on my Baking Pinterest board!

We had some freckled bananas that were screaming to be eaten. We rarely have too-ripe bananas – as they usually get devoured by my little monkeys before this point. But this week we had a few ripe bananas, so I whipped up a batch of banana bread – adding blueberries. This time, instead of vegetable oil, I added Tillamook Greek Homestyle Vanilla Yogurt and Coconut Oil! I think it was awwwee-mazing and I’m not sure I’ll make banana bread with vegetable oil again!!



 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 

1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg

1/2 Cup regular sugar

1/2 Cup brown sugar

1/4 Cup coconut oil
I didn’t melt this before mixing and sort of wish I had. If you bake with coconut oil – do you warm it up first? I don’t have much experience with this.

1/4 Cup Vanilla Greek Yogurt
I used Tillamook Farmstyle Vanilla Greek yogurt – amazing!

2 large eggs, beaten

1 Tablespoon vanilla extra

2 ripe bananas, peeled, mashed, bananas

1 Cup frozen blueberries
I’m sure you could use fresh blueberries, if you had them!



1.) Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

2.) Butter a 9- by 5- by 3-inch loaf pan. Some recommend also dusting with flour, I didn’t do this.

3.) In a medium bowl, whisk together your flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon and nutmeg.

4.) In another bowl, mix together your sugars, coconut oil, yogurt, eggs and vanilla until blended. Stir in the bananas. Once your batter is mixed, gently fold in blueberries (I added mine frozen – do not thaw).

5.) Mix all ingredients together in one bowl. Pour batter into loaf pan.

6.) Bake at 350 degrees F for about an hour (60 minutes) – or until a toothpick or cake tester comes out clean. Let it cool for at least 20 minutes before removing from pan.

Ideally you’d let this cool for another couple hours. But seriously – who can wait that long?


My kids devoured this. My six-year-old son exclaimed, “This is fantastic mom! It’s the best you’ve ever made. And the crust. . . it’s perfect!” Well if that isn’t a compliment, I don’t know what is!


Going in for seconds. Synchronized sibling snacking, seriously. Baking bread for your babies, who aren’t such little babies anymore, is at the top of my list of things that I find rewarding. Must make more time for this.


I hope you (and yours) enjoy this recipe as much as we did!!

I adapted this recipe from Food Network Blueberry-Banana Bread from Giada De Laurentiis

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