Tuesday, March 08, 2016

Waffles, Beans & Seeds (oh my)

Today, I'm all about waffles. I wrote a first draft for a bean and seed waffle mix, it's cooking as I type. More on that another time. As for yesterday, that was extra special because I got to start my garden AND eat homemade Lemon & Banana Frozen Yum, outside!

Hello Spring!

That's about all from me. I'll be around on the weekend to read your blogs. Thanks for stopping by and HAPPY SPRING! Or AUTUMN, for my fall friends.

Upcoming Garden (started yesterday)

28 comments:

  1. Wow it warmed up quickly for you!

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  2. Frozen lemon and banana sounds yummy!

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  3. Look delicious ! Happy women's day Ivy!!

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  4. That's keeping you busy! We're still buried by snow here.

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  5. Spring is going crazy here, in fact it started in our one winter month February.
    More photos of the garden when it starts to grow.

    cheers, parsnip

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  6. It is still raining here. Torrential downpour rain. A sure sign of spring! Yay!

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  7. It's so warm out, it's tempting to start getting outside work done but I don't trust that winter has left us yet.

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  8. Do we get the recipe for that frozen yum? Please. Pretty please.
    And how I wish autumn would push summer out the door. She has overstayed her welcome here.

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    1. Sure thing. I chucked two frozen lemons and two nanners in the food processor along with sorghum syrup. But honey or maple would work nicely too.

      I like mine more on the lemon side, so I usually use two whole lemons and two not all the way ripe (but not green either), nanners.

      Hope this helps. Drop me an email anytime if you have more questions or leave a comment here.

      But basically, I freeze chunks of fruit on a baking tray. Once frozen I chuck then into a baggie or freezer box and then I whip up ice creams as needed.

      Blenders can work too, as can bullets and some juicers - but some blenders can over-process, making the ice cream more of a smoothie (I find).

      Thanks for asking and boogie boogie.

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  9. Lemon and banana - bet it has a zing to it.

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  10. I like waffles, and I like beans and seeds. Never would have thought to put the two together.

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  11. Mmmm, that Frozen Yum looks delicious! Happy Spring!

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  12. Ohhhhh....lemon and banana . . . two of my fav flavs ;D

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  13. Lemon and banana sounds like an odd combo for me. Fun gardening!

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  14. Definitely yum. It looks delicious. Must be warm where you are, no gardens will be started round here just yet.

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  15. all the fruit trees have blossomed out and we generally get a late freeze in march..even in april..and kills all the fruit. boo

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  16. Looks delicious ... absolute Yum!

    Hey nice to see your Spring header - have a great few days, hope the weather stays good.

    All the best Jan

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  17. It all sounds yummy!

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  18. That frozen treats looks delicious! And YAY for spring.

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  19. I do like your new header! Nice that you were able to get a start on your garden! I just noticed I had a pansy blooming in my garden, which is amazing! Apparently it survived the winter!

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  20. Hey Ivy,

    That frozen lemon and banana looks most refreshing. Before I waffle on, happy spring to you, my Happy Whisky, um, Happy Whisk, friend :)

    Gary

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  21. Can you send me some of that lemon and banana frozen yum? Today was so warm... it would have been perfect! :)

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  22. Looks so yummy! What are you planning on planting in your garden?

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    1. Not sure yet. It's a full-sun spot, so lots of fun options.

      Do you garden?

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  23. The lemon and banana combination sounds yummy! Happy spring to you to. We have been lucky in Minnesota, it has been quite warm!!

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