I’ve been in a bit of a cooking rut lately, keeping my head down and making my grocery lists and substituting a different fruit or vegetable or two each week to keep things somewhat interesting. Still cooking every day of course — meat sauce with spaghetti and steamed broccoli on the side; a double batch of granola every 7-10 days; different soup; Thursday soup night; weekend burger night; etc. etc. And then I’m not really baking much so there’s nothing too exciting going on in that department either. So I haven’t felt like writing here I guess because there isn’t much to write about.
But then … there’s always a “but then” … but then I made a coconut banana loaf that ticks all the boxes — gluten-free, sugar-free, made from real-food ingredients, plus it tastes like a real treat — that’s suddenly become my go-to snack (in addition to the raw Australian macadamia nuts that I’m currently so enamoured with) that I knew I had to share it.