It’s probably the most moist, sweet banana bread I’ve ever made which makes sense as the only dry ingredient besides baking soda is oatmeal.
Otherwise, you’ve got sweetness from 3 ripe bananas and honey. A couple eggs to bind it together. And did I mention PEANUT BUTTER for an extra creamy sweetness and added protein.
It’s honestly the banana bread that has it all…or rather it’s the stuff it doesn’t have that makes it so great… and it all comes together quickly in your blender or Magic Bullet!
A moreish, hearty meal for those on the go. This was one of my favourite bakes – simple to make, full of flavour and great for when you’re out and about. You can use readymade shortcrust pastry instead of making your own if you wish.
Yes you read that correctly, 2 ingredient Flatbread, yep, just 2! All you need to cook it is some heat and a pan!
In a van kitchen storage, ingredients and cooking facilities can be limited so recipes with minimal ingredients are ideal. You can vary the flavours in this and there are optional extras to make it even more tasty. Plus it can be cooked on an open fire so even those with no cooking facilities can enjoy this meal.
This is recipe is a Turkish flatbread known as Bazlama and it’s about to rock your world!
This is our absolute favorite cookie recipe! I made it all the time in the early years of our marriage, before we left for Vanlife. And I was delighted to learn that I could make cookies on a propane stove top with a covered pan!
If you are like us, and don’t have an oven in your van, you will need a lidded pan to make these cookies. It creates an oven effect on your stove top. If you don’t have a pan lid, perhaps you could try a dinner plate!
If you have an electric mixer, you would be fine just using softened butter. I melt my butter to make mixing easier. I didn’t bring my hand mixer, since we boondock most of the time, and rely completely on our solar panels and battery bank. Fellow boondockers, I know you understand!