I have a special place in my heart for cute little amigurumi animals. But sometimes I just want to make something bigger. Something a LOT bigger. Something giant and squishy and adorably fat looking. So when I was working on a gift for a duck lover, I decided to go big or go home and design this not-so-little guy. I like to call him Webster. And, to celebrate Webster, I'm holding a small giveaway for a free copy of the pattern! (More information below.)
I love bananas. But there are definitely strings attached. The bananas have to be exactly ripe, otherwise we're dunzo. Just yellow, still firm, and not too sweet? Perfect. I'll take twelve. A tiny bit green but still edible? We're still cool. But even a little bit mushy? Dead to me! So there's basically only a 1-2 day window of banana opportunity around these parts. This recipe for banana-zucchini (aka "bikini") muffins is one of my favorite ways to use up those super sweet, overripe bananas that have been left to brown on the counter. And it's also a great way to add in some veggies or use up some zucchini during squash season when it's coming out your ears. As an added bonus, my toddler is obsessed with these, so I'm sure you'll love 'em too!
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