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Bananas, these creamy, sweet tasting fruit are so delicious any way you have them. I usually have them plain but sometimes when I purchase more than we can consume in the time frame,they get too ripe and I have to make some sort of dessert. Today, I made banana muffins. They were easy to do and came out very moist, I think it's because I didn't mash the bananas smooth but left it a bit chunky and added two tablespoon yogurt.Here goes

Moist Banana Muffins

4 bananas smash to a chunky texture
3/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup melted buttered
2 eggs
2 tbsp plain yogurt
1tsp vanilla
2 tbsp main yogurt
2 cups a.p flour
1tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp salt

Bananans are my favorite fruit and I always te nd to buy more than actually is need at home. So, I end up will a surplus. On this particular day I though of making a banana bread and to get a few muffins from the batter.

Tastiest leek and onion quiche

It's been one of those crazy days with graduation at the university and food to prep, it leaves no time for person chores. Last week was my birthday and I had a party, but here is the funny thing, I cook for my own party and that's because I truly enjoy cooking. There were about 35 people that attended and that was a success.Now, back to why I cooked for my own party, it relaxes me and take my mind of stressful things.
Well, today I had to whip something up fast for supper and I thought what I have not made in a month that I really like? My miund went to quiche so, I headed off the the big store. I was in Walmart and I saw these really fresh looking leeks and they also had onions on sale for .25 cents per pound. Obviously that was not going to pass me by as I love a good sale. So, I bought all the items I need for a quiche and whipped one up fast from an old recipe I had developed a while back. Here goes, I hope you like it as much as I do. I did take our 3 of the egg yolk sinc…