Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Baked Banana for Nelly #Nellysbigday

“And …I said YESSSSS!”
It happened one November midnight, in Twitterverse, we saw this tweet from our dear Nelly @nella22. Without missing a beat, we all knew Nelly had “said YES” to her beloved “M”,as she sweetly calls Brian Murray, her fiancé.
So here we are,Nelly dear, your friends in the food world, wishing you and Brian,all the best. And with our wishes, a simple recipe with an easy formula for a life of bliss, rich with EVERYTHING in it!
Mix together: A lot of Love, Patience, Perseverance, Respect, Courage, Strength, Trust, Kindness, Honesty, Compromise & Great Sex.
Stir in : Equal Parts of Love, Support, Faith, Fidelity, Hope, Validation, Friendship, Forgiveness, Communication.
Cook over slow simmer for the rest of your life. Dot daily with a Sense of Humor.
Leave out the nagging, sarcasm, skepticism, doubts and stubbornness.
Serving Suggestions: Best prepared daily. Serve with flourish because Married Life is a FEAST. Live it with flavor, spice it with unconditional love, enjoy its richness.
Recipe Notes: Some ingredients won’t always be fresh or available. Or the heat may flare up and the anger spills over. Simmer down and douse the flames with all the LOVE you can throw in.
Enjoy the feast of marriage, love and life!
(Written by : Elizabeth @Mango_Queen)

Here is my little message for you sweet Nelly and a super simple recipe I just had to do something with banana's for Nelly :-) 

Baked Banana with chocolate and Nuts 

Simple slice a banana, add a few pieces of chocolate and some peanuts wrap in foil and bake at 350 for 5-10 minutes 

Unwrap and enjoy :-)

This is also great on the grill or when camping chocolately gooey goodness :-)


This is my recipe/post for the virtual bridal shower for Nelly hosted by Sanjeeta kk at Lite Bite

Special thanks to Heather for the logo, Elizabeth for the intro write up and to Junia for the spreadsheet. 

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  1. Oh dear your video message made me tear up! Thank you so much for this! And I love these bananas! M loves camping and I think these would be great!

  2. Aw.... I loved you video Becca! That was so sweet of you! :)

  3. So sweet Rebecca. I love your videos:) Adorable that you made baked bananas for Nelly:)xx

  4. Dear Rebecca, Congrats to Nelly!!
    The banana wrap sounds just delicious and healthy. Blessings my dear. Catherine xo

  5. great video, very heartwarming.thanks for sharing it! :) hope you can check out my blog for some+vibes and inspiration! I am also hosting a rad giveaway, by Kei Jewelery (worn by Kourtney Kardashian, Courtney Cox + VAnessa Hudgens)~

  6. How sweet! I look forward to all of those things when I get married :) This is a really nice post.

  7. Rebecca, what a sweet message to Nelly! I'm so happy to celebrate Nelly's Big Day with you.

    I want to Baked Bananas NOW! Thank you ;-).

  8. What a neat idea to bake the bananas.

  9. Thoughtful and lovely gesture, Reb. And baked banana would be just right for any time quick dessert.
    Thanks for being a part of the virtual party and all the support. Love and hugs.

  10. Hi delicious post I'll try to follow it.
    If you want to have Christmas Afternoon Tea at Ritz, please visit my blog

  11. vianney me too
    Nelly love ya Baker st love video
    cake duchess :-)
    thanks Catherine
    Nina sure will check it out, and thanks for stopping by
    Xinmei :-)
    annapret like wise hugs
    asmita thanks
    sanjeeta your a star to put it all together
    the afternoon tea oh the Ritz fun

  12. Loved your video for Nelly--leave it to sweet you to give that extra personal touch--you are so great!

    We used to make these in Girl Scouts; called them Banana Boats and roasted them in foil right in the coals of the fire--good memories!

  13. What a lovely thing, so sweet :) And love this simple banana treat :)
    And congratulations to Nelly...

  14. Jenni oh thats where I learnt it thought it was school love ya
    Alisha thanks

  15. Love the fast track 'yumminess' you baked there for Nelly. What a great dish Becca, and what a wonderful video! Yay you!

  16. my family always made them with the mini marshmallows (don't use the colored ones, they taste different) and M&Ms.. the color combo was pretty fun, I grew up eating these!!



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