How many times do we buy bananas and never eat them before they turn brown? Oh I admit, I’m a bit guilty in doing this. However, I think subconsciously I tell myself when they are brown, they are ready for me to use. The darker the banana, the better it is for homemade banana bread. Today, I will share my recipe for making the delicious homemade banana bread that I used to make in our bakery when we owned it.
Sometimes, you just need a snack or something crunchy. I have a fabulous EASY HOMEMADE CRUNCHY GRANOLA recipe for you today that is not only simple to make, but so delicious, your kiddos will ask you to make it often.
I like granola for many reasons. It is a great way to get fiber in your diet but also to get the grain, fruits, protein, and other things that we don’t always just want to eat.
Our Homestead Treasure Find
Making fresh, from scratch blackberry crumble wasn’t something that I expected to do this week. However, a homestead treasure that we found changed that. Don’t you love it when you stumble upon something that may be something you are looking for? Don’t you love when you stumble upon something that to you, is a huge treasure? I love a good find. Whether it is new or old, whether you are looking for a particular thing or not. I love stumbling upon something that truly is a great find. I am always on the hunt for vintage baskets, old pictures, white vases, old tables and chairs, and even old dishes. But something I love that happens is when you stumble upon self-starting and growing veggies and fruit around our homestead. That truly is a blessing and treasure to my family and me.