Banana Bread Muffins


Rainy days call for Jack Johnson music, banana bread muffins, and staying indoors. Do you have over ripe bananas sitting on your counter? Don't just throw them away, make them into Banana Bread Muffins! This recipe is super easy to follow and make yourself and they take less than 30 minutes! These Banana Bread Muffins are the perfect bite size treat! They are soft, sweet, and fun to eat! Top them with a classic cream cheese icing and you will be amazed! 

Lemon Poppyseed with Raspberry Filling Cake



This week I made my first cake, EVER! I have made little birthday cakes in 9x13 pans of course and bunt cakes, but this was my very first time making a real tiered cake! I am so excited about how it turned out! It is not perfect, there are errors and mistakes everywhere, it leans to one side, the frosting isn't smooth, but I am proud! That's what is most important here! It was a learning experience for me and I am proud of myself for trying! I wanted to see where my cake skills are at just for fun! I followed the recipe and tutorials from Cake by Courtney who is my favorite cake blogger to follow on Instagram! If you don't know her, you should start following her! I love watching her Instagram tutorials in her stories and all her amazing pictures of cakes that she makes and posts! Check her out!!

Hawaiian Haystacks with Insta Pot Coconut Rice



Hawaiian Haystacks are one of my favorite dinner recipes. In my family, we like to get creative with our toppings. We do the traditional coconut flakes, pineapple, and carrots. Then, we like to play around! Hawaiian haystacks are great because everyones gets to build their own plate with their favorite toppings. Dinner is best with variety. We also love ours on top of Coconut Rice! Recently, I have been working to develop how to cook coconut rice in the pressure cooker! Today, I am teaching you how I do it!

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