Cool just saw this thread, good idea.. I have a few very ripe bananas in my fridge, I am thinking about making banana bread, but apart from that what else could I do with them?
You could also use them in smoothies, you can peel and freeze them, I break them up into halves/thirds, store in a snaplock bag in the freezer and pop afew pieces into a smoothie. I do the same with close-to-it's-useby yoghurt, and bruised strawberries. All into the freezer, then all into the smoothie together.
Oops! Sorry! That was DS.
Just about to put together our Mexican meal for tonight.
Nothing spent today.
I've enjoyed the challenge and I have to say that we have still been eating quite healthily.
I'm actually thinking of doing a shop for my normal budget next week and then repeating the challenge the week after.
Any $$$ I am successful in saving will go towards boring car repairs. But hey, it's good to have the money there for it!
I make bliss balls with rice bubbles in them to add crunch. I just blend dates and sultanas with some honey and cocoa or cacao until it is really blended and sticky, then mix in rice bubbles. Roll them into balls with either cacao/cocoa or coconut. Store in the fridge. Quick and easy for an arvo snack!
The 4 ingredients recipe books are pretty good, and they have a Facebook page which they share recipes daily... It helps you use the things your already have at home. You can also go online to their website they have recipes on there which make use of pantry items. Best of all they are yummy!
With the rice bubbles why not make a batch of white Christmas to get in the mood. Or chocolate crackles.im on my phone so to lazy to type out recipes but google should bring them up.
With the sweet potato puree ive used it in soups and also risotto instead of pumpkins.
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