Thursday, May 31, 2012

Project #6

For this project, I was supposed to work with the first fruit or vegetable I found in the kitchen. I reaching into the fridge and pulled out a yellow bell pepper. I had recently seen this project on Pinterest and wanted to replicate it.

Unfortunately, my bell pepper was a little smaller than the ones shown in the picture, so you couldn't see the pretty yolk:

Looks a little pathetic, but it tasted delish! I was dissapointed with this project, so I actually repeated it the next night with another fruit that I first laid eyes on---- a soon-to-be-bygone banana sitting in the fruit basket on the counter.

I sliced it down the center, added splenda, coconut oil, and cinnamon, and kind of mashed it together with a knife. 

Then it got wrapped in aluminum foil and baked it in the toaster oven for about twenty minutes. I would suggest double-wrapping it, seeing as mine leaked a little out of the ends. After it came out, it looked disgusting, but smelled heavenly. 

I mashed it up, and topped it with whipped cream and a maraschino cherry. Super yummy!

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