Ever since posting a Cinnamon Raisin Bagel recipe this summer, I’ve wanted to try something more exotic. While it’s not uncommon to see peanut butter and banana paired together, you’re not going to find this bagel flavor combo at a typical supermarket.
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I’ve tried combining peanut butter, banana and cocoa in tea breads several times but haven’t had any luck so far. Using any two of these ingredients together typically makes for a winning combination, but for some strange reason, using all three at once just doesn’t taste right. I still haven’t unraveled that mystery, but [click headline for more — or photo in Facebook]
While our California Jelly Bread makes the most of grape juice and raisins to produce a jam-like flavor, you have to add peanut butter—if you want it—after it’s baked. This loaf, however, includes peanut butter as one of the main ingredients, so it’s baked right in with the jelly substitutes.
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This is an incredibly rich ice cream, and you don’t have to remember to buy whipping cream or half and half in order to make it. With just a few canned goods you can buy on sale and stock in your pantry year round, you can whip up a batch of this in no time.
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