What do you do with three overripe bananas? You make banana bread, that’s what. But this is a banana bread that has no milk, no gluten and no eggs. A food free quickbread: a gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free. You can even leave out the sugar, if you want to. Best of all, it’s quick and easy to make.
A strawberry-topped focaccia makes the prefect breakfast bread, or a great morning tea with coffee (or tea). It’s like having ready-made bread with jam. It is a deliciously not-too-sweet but sweetish focaccia-style bread.
How hard can it be to make a mini-foccacia? Not too hard at all: it has only a cup of flour, with a bit of yeast salt, water and … And it uses some lovely prostrate rosemary in our garden. This is the ideal school snack. It even lasts in the lunchbox (so it survived the soggy-bread test), and tastes so good one child thought, maybe, it was pizza.
Chapatis are not a lot of work to make. If you’re Australian, think scones. A bit of flour, some butter and some whey (or water), and there you have them in a flash. They go well with whatever Nepalese, or Indian, curry we happen to have.
Very simple to make. Goes well with almost anything other than meat and three veg.
A quick and easy ‘bread’ that is well liked, even the one-who-does-not-eat-cake.
This is the easiest and yummiest bread I’ve made. If you have a sunny window sill, it just about makes itself.