Bananas were on sale, so I decided to try dehydrating them into chips. If they kids like them, they will be healthy, inexpensive lunch packings and snacks.
My intention was to sit, sip a hot cup of tea, inhale the wonderful apple spice candle, and read over some magazines from the library.
However, while the tea cooled, I looked over to see that more of my bananas were ripe - too ripe to eat. So I hopped on the handy dandy computer and made these Healthy Banana Cookies. So simple, and so delicious.
Then I sat back down to sip my tea, and came across another recipe - Banana Chocolate Cupcakes.
These were in the "Lower-Calorie" section of the Diabetic Cooking magazine. We are not diabetic, but love their lower sugar/calorie recipes. The family devoured these, even before I had a chance to frost them.
I still have more ripe bananas for baking, but need to run to the store for some butter. Otherwise, you'd be looking at photos of banana bread also.
Baking - the best therapy for stress.