banana

I made a Bluth frozen banana! It wasn’t hard (at all) but I figured if the Bluth’s can keep money in the banana stand then it must be an idea worth trying. I’ve heard that frozen bananas are a thing some places but obviously the Jersey Shore is more of a ice cream and Flavor Freeze’s kinda place.

I wish I made these in bulk. Here’s how to do it (in case you can’t Google it yourself):

1. Peel a ripe banana

2. Shove a stick in it

3. Put in the freezer (I wrapped mine in some tin foil) for about 3-ish hours.

4. While it’s in the freezer, melt some semi-sweet chocolate chips with about a teaspoon of vegetable or canola oil.

5. Take the banana out of the freezer and cover it in melt-y, delicious chocolate.

6. Put sprinkles on it – preferably rainbow

7. Put the sprinkled, chocolate covered banana back into the freezer and try your hardest to leave it in there for at least an hour or two.

8. Eat that sweet, cool Bluth-y goodness.

xx

Always,

Allie

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Kale with red bell pepper, mushroom, and summer squash

Last night I made an amazing all veggie dinner. I guess you could consider that vegetarian…

Don’t judge the picture, I’m not one of those crazies who cooks a fabulous meal and then takes 30 minutes to photograph it. Not interested in cold food. So I just took this one right before chowing down. Hope it looks appetizing.

Here’s how to do it:

Throw some olive oil (just enough to coat the bottom of the pan) into a large skillet heating on medium heat. Rinse your kale, cut it up, and throw it in the pan. I usually just break it apart with my hands because it doesn’t really matter. Saute the kale until it looks like steamed spinach. Usually that takes only a minute or two, but it all depends on how crunchy you want it. Throw on some salt and cayenne powder. Set the kale aside in your bowl.

Then cut up the red pepper, mushroom, and summer squash. Coat the same skillet with more olive oil and throw the veggies in. Add salt, pepper, and a little more cayenne (or whatever seasoning you prefer). Once the veggies are nice and cooked, dump them on top of the kale.

Let me know what y’all think of this or any ideas that you have to enhance it.

Enjoy!

xx

Always,

Allie

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Kale with red bell pepper, mushroom, and summer squash

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