Banana Pudding Trifle

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Hey…um…hey guys. Remember me? I know. I’ve been gone forever! It’s been a remarkable journey. I pissed off the edge of the wall, I slept in a sky cell, I fought with the hill tribes! So many adventures. So much to be thankful for. Okay, that was actually Tyrion Lannister. But if you’re not in Game of Thrones mode right now, what is wrong with you? In actuality, I’ve been super busy redecorating our house! The good news is that[Read more]

Easy Tropical Tres Leches

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Hello friends! Sorry for the delay in posting, I recently got two of my wisdom teeth pulled (about 10 years too late amirite) and so I’ve felt a bit groggy from the pain meds. But I’ve bounced back! And now I have for you this super fun and colorful dessert idea: Tropical Tres Leches. My neighbor turned me on to this cake a couple of years ago, and guys—I can’t stop eating it. I legitimately crave it. There are times[Read more]

Banoffee Pie

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Have you been patiently waiting for part 2 of my Thanksgiving Extravaganza? Well, here it is folks: Banoffee pie. I know that it isn’t as traditional as the big three (pumpkin, apple, pecan) but it’s so delicious and so easy to make that it would be an absolute travesty if I didn’t share it on the most pie-filled month of the year. I would like to thank The Great British Bake Off for introducing me to this dessert. For those of you[Read more]

Peanut Butter Cup Banana Cake Decorations Plus a Recipe Review

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 Keeping in line with my recent Peanut Butter Cup Banana Bread, here is is an awesome cake I made recently that was inspired by that recipe. To make the cake layers, I followed Leslie Macciarella’s “Betty’s Banana Cake Recipe – A Vintage Cake Loaded with Charm.” This recipe is apparently from the 1940s and it is the real deal. No banana extract here. Just real banana goodness, like my banana bread! One big difference is that you don’t want your bananas to be as[Read more]