One For The Kids

One For The Kid’s # 6 – Banana/Walnut Cake With Figs, Raspberry Jam & Nutella

One For The Kid’s # 6 – Banana/Walnut Cake With Figs, Raspberry Jam & Nutella

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“ONE FOR THE KIDS”  is a series of Goodies which are wonderful treats for kids of all ages . They are super easy to prepare so you can ask your little ones to give you a helping hand in the production, which will make them proud and add even more happiness to a wonderful treat 🙂
(Here I used a store-bought banana walnut cake, because you don’t want to have the little ones to labor over the elaborate cake preparations).
In my area, there are many grocery chains and bakeries who sell great banana walnut cake. However, if you prefer to make your own, below is a link to a super easy recipe I’ve used in the past and which I found to give excellent results.
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Bon Appétit !   Life is Good !

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One For The Kid’s # 6 – Banana/Walnut Cake With Figs, Raspberry Jam & Nutella

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One For The Kid’s # 6 – Banana/Walnut Cake With Figs, Raspberry Jam & Nutella

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Preparation :
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ONE FOR THE KIDS # 5 – “Frozen Yogurt Bark”

ONE FOR THE KIDS # 5 – “Frozen Yogurt Bark”

“ONE FOR THE KIDS”  is a series of Goodies which are wonderful treats for kid’s of all ages and super easy to prepare, so you can ask your little ones to give you a helping hand in the production, which will make them proud and add even more happiness to a wonderful treat 🙂
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Bon Appétit !  Have Fun !
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Click here for more  “One For The Kid’s”  on  ChefsOpinion
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P.S.
If you freeze the yogurt overnight, you might want to remove if from the freezer to room temperature about 10 minutes before consumption.
It’s great to hold the bark with a napkin to eat, or serve it on a plate with whipped cream and wafers 🙂
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P.P.S.
Let your and your kid’s fantasy run wild on what to use to add to the yogurt, both in the mix and on top before freezing.
For the “big kids”, if you are sure no kids get their hands on it, any kind of booze is another option 🙂
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ONE FOR THE KIDS # 5 – “Frozen Yogurt Bark”

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Frozen Yogurt Bark

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Frozen Yogurt Bark

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Frozen Yogurt Bark

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Preparation :
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One For The Kids # 4 – “Spaghetti Bolognese” (Spaghetti Eis)

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When  I posted  “Eiskaffee” a few days ago, one of my linkedin readers mentioned “Spaghetti Eis”, which reminded me of this, another childhood favorite of mine (of every kid?)
When I was very little, on special occasions my parents used to take my brother and I to the  “Eisdiele” (Ice Cream Parlor).
A few times, just when we were ready to order one of the ice cream wonders,  my dad dampened the excitement by declaring that because we did not yet have lunch, instead of ice cream he would have to order the only main course available, spaghetti.
This caused a short moment of bitter disappointment, only to be replaced with euphoric jubilation when THIS dish arrived. (Because I was so young, they were able to pull this off more than once 🙂
So there you have it, another happy childhood food-memory 🙂
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Bon Appétit !   Life is Good !
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One For The Kids # 4 - "Spaghetti Bolognese"    (Spaghetti Eis)

One For The Kids # 4 – “Spaghetti Bolognese” (Spaghetti Eis)

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One For The Kids # 4 - "Spaghetti Bolognese"    (Spaghetti Eis)

One For The Kids # 4 – “Spaghetti Bolognese” (Spaghetti Eis)

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Preparation :
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