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Blueberry & Banana Bread with Yogurt is an ultra moist and fluffy banana bread with a succulent crust nobody can resist. Banana bread is a quite popular dish in North America, although in Europe, not so much. It reminds me of home each time I make some. It’s the ultimate recipe for when you have a bunch of overripe bananas, that you wouldn’t dare to eat. For this Blueberry & Banana Bread with Yogurt recipe, the older and darker the banana looks the better! Yes, even turned to dark brown, that’s where the magic of good banana bread lies. The Yogurt Factor Since I’ve discovered how to make naan bread, this Indian soft flatbread. I put yogurt in many of my doughs. I think yogurt helps to activate the yeast of any bread and makes an ultra tasty and moist. So why not try it out with an already “moist”…

Skinny Kir Royal with blueberries is an elegant, fizzy and delicious cocktail! The perfect companion for any event and fun to watch your blueberries dancing up and down. This version of Kir Royal is skinny because I’ve used a simple blackcurrant syrup (0% alcohol) instead of the blackcurrant liquor or cream (Chambord is approx. 20% alcohol). Also, this syrup has more sugar, making these two colours fun-looking glass. It will mix more and more while you drink it, changing the flavour. Many Types of Kir Kir Royal is a classic cocktail from France, the little brother of Kir, which was made with white wine. The cassis cream or syrup was added to neutralize the acidity of certain dry wines. Many variations go from Kir Breton (with cider instead of wine) to Cardinal (made with red wine). Every Kir is an Aperitif (or Apero), which means to drink before a meal, a…

Blueberry Cheesecake Cups is an “out of the norm” delicious and experimental dessert made with blueberries, crunchy oats and a fluffy mousse of goat cheese. The syphon technique To make the mousse; with syphon. It’s simply the best way to make a airy cheesy foam. I had to find the foam a great complimentary fruit, so I checked the web and saw cherry, fig, peach, etc. finally, I’ve settled for the one I miss the most; the famous blueberry. I’ve never had this combination before, but oh my god! It’s a new unforgetable discovery, a solace to anyone living far away from those precious blue jewels! The two are simply delicious together, although the protagonist here is clearly the blueberry, the goat cheese is subtle and bring the blueberry a welcomed salty touch to the Blueberry Cheesecake Cups. I should have known this combination way before because I am from the land…

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