guest post: belly rumbles

April 19, 2012

The second in my little series of guest posts is written by the overwhelmingly lovely Sara of Belly Rumbles facebook videos downloaden pc!

She’s cooked for Margaret Fulton, has a ridiculously thorough weekly overview of all things foodie in Sydney and is mother to the one and only Josh v Food (check out his post on a giant schnitzel for instant feelings of fullness instagram story bilder herunterladen. Or hunger. Depending on how you work).

So settle in for what promises to be a delicious post and send some love her way!


Oh my gosh, what a lovely introduction, I’m blushing.  When Shez asked me if I wanted to do a guest post, I didn’t hesitate in saying, Yes!  Besides Shez being a good mate, One Bite More is one of my favourite food blogs.  Fantastic recipes, gorgeous stories and stunning photos to go along with them facebook messenger app kostenlosen.

I had a plan, I was going to dedicate a good part of last weekend in whipping up something mouth watering and worthy to grace One Bite More. I had visions of pineapple cup cakes with toasted coconut frosting, or maybe trying out my doughnut ice cream recipe download pdf creator for free.

Then my wonderful plan came crashing down around my ears.  Instead of dedicating part of my weekend to playing around in the kitchen, I spent it flat on my back in hospital.  Once home I had no energy, nor the desire to cook something that required more than 10 minutes of preparation incredimail 2.5 nederlands for free.

I was tired, feeling sookie and needed comfort, comfort food that is.  That’s when my craving for Mum’s bread and butter pudding started.  I couldn’t do a simple bread and butter pudding for my guest post, how boring would that be.  I needed to spice it up a bit, and that’s when two extremely ripe bananas caught my attention.  My brain started to whirl with easy satisfying possibilities apps voor ios.

This recipe is dead easy, really is ridiculously simple to prepare.  The banana is highlighted in this dish by a generous drizzling of maple syrup, scattering of brown sugar and pecans.  You end up with a gooey banana flavoured pudding topped with toasted nuts and crunchy caramelised bread.  Simple and satisfying, what else could you ask for uhr für desktop kostenlos download.

Banana Bread & Butter Pudding

you will need:

2 ripe bananas
6 slices of white bread butter
2 eggs
1 1/2c full cream milk
30g brown sugar
Maple syrup
50g chopped pecans

how to do it:

1 microsoft office 365 free full german. Grease baking dish liberally with butter.

2. Peel bananas and mash them well in a bowl so they are easy to spread.

3. Cut crusts off your bread and butter one side download klick management games for free. Spread banana on the unbuttered side of your bread.

4. Place three slices of bread, butter side down, banana side up, in your baking dish. The slices should over lap herunterladen.

5. Sprinkle with half the brown sugar and drizzle liberally with maple syrup.

6. Repeat with the remaining three slices of bread. After sprinkling with remaining brown sugar and drizzling with maple syrup, scatter the pecans on top.

7. In a bowl whisk eggs and milk. Gently pour the mixture in to the baking dish over your bread.

8. Bake in moderate oven (180 degrees C) for 50 minutes.

9. Serve straight out of the oven with ice cream.

Big hugs to the gorgeous Shez for inviting me to guest post on One Bite More.

Sara xxx

  • #1
    April 20th, 2012

    This looks like a dessert winner for that perfect winter’s night where we are snuggled at home somewhere warm.

  • #2
    April 22nd, 2012

    Love it, ladies! After we had the shortage of bananas, I am blown away by their delicious aroma. Love this dessert and the post. Thanks for sharing.

  • #3
    April 22nd, 2012

    How lovely! Sara, you’ve written a great post for this great blog. It’s too bad that you were so sick, but you still managed to create something that looks super yummy!

  • #5
    April 24th, 2012

    Hey Tina, it really is an awesome winter’s dessert.
    Hi Lizzy, oh the smell, yes, it was awesome.
    Hi Sarah, thanks gorgeous, was such a comforting dish and to be honest, really ticked some needy boxes.

  • #6
    April 26th, 2012

    Banana and brown sugar are made for each other! This one has been bookmarked for sure! Lovely 🙂

  • #7
    May 2nd, 2012

    I had planned on coming home to do some banana-inspired baking of my own tonight, however it appears the ripe banana I set aside from the fruit bowl has eloped into someone’s stomach instead!

  • #8
    January 30th, 2013

    What a wonderful homey dessert? Absolutely perfect with the addition of banana!