Sunday, August 16, 2015

Ready to Rumble: Sunday Bake

It's early afternoon here at The Manor and in the oven, is one banana bread bake. The formula isn't mine and doesn't call for the ANY warm spices. But that's okay, because each time I practice a recipe from another baker, I always do it their way. Because after all, I'm here to learn from them.

Me, I already know.

As for yesterday's apple bake, I didn't get to put it together due to a nap emergency. But today, I'm rested and and ready to rumble. Which means I'm off to go prep my next bake, as I wait for the banana bread to finish.

Meanwhile, here's a short clip.

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37 comments:

  1. Love that you always follow the other baker's recipe because you already know yourself, lol. Happy Baking!

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    1. It's all about the learning :-)

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  2. Sounds like you really enjoy baking wonderful things, dear Lady Whisk....
    a great Sunday to you and yours...

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  3. almond flour, sounds interesting!

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  4. Oh I love almond flour! Must be delicious. Looking forward to seeing the result!

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    1. Thanks. Love all your fun posts.

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  5. Did your banana bake attract Minions?

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    1. Just one, but I thought he was a Twinkie. They make a lot of noise when you bite into them. And just for the record, it tasted nothing like a Twinkie.

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  6. That almond flour looks really nice. I've never baked with it but I see it at the market all the time. I should buy some and try some recipes. A friend of mine uses it all the time and she loves it!

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    1. Really is one of my favorites, but so far, I like my homemade almond flour better than ready made.

      Hope you give it a go. Fun stuff.

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  7. I bet that gives the nicest flavour! Looking forward to see how it turns out.

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    1. Yes, baking with almonds is a great, great thing.

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  8. Lovely! I love almond flour Ivy!!

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  9. ummm...I love Banana Bread with a passion...never have used almond flour....must try

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    1. It's great fun. Hope you give it a go.

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  10. Mmmm I love the smell of banana bread batter!

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  11. +++ Almond flour, just love it!

    All the best Jan

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  12. Off topic, but that chocolate cream pie that just showed up in your header looks amazing.

    I'm standing by my mailbox right now waiting for my shipment of your banana bake.

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    1. I tried to ship but Tim stole the banana bake.

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  13. I am sure the banana bread is delish. I always slather mine with peanut butter;)

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    1. Have you ever made peanut butter frosting? Fluffy and yum?

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  14. I've used ground almonds for baking, but not almond flour. Unless it's more or less the same thing.

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    1. Hey Jo: Almond meal is thicker and almond flour, more light and airy. Both serve well for various applications, but meals and flours are not the same.

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  15. Now I'm hungry. Always interesting to use other types of flour.

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    1. Yes, there's so much fun to be had when it comes to making flours. Do you bake?

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  16. One of my aunts makes banana bread often. It is delicious!

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    1. Cool beans. Do you often get to take some home with you?

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  17. I love banana bread. Great video on the almond flour

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    1. I love almond meals and flours. So fun to bake with. How about you?

      I read your post this morning. Enjoy your break and hopefully, you get to eat lots of yummy things and come back and tell us all about it.

      Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  18. Ok drooling here, boogie boogie , yummm ommmmmmm

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    1. Boogie boogie back to you :-)

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