While the scones are baking let’s get started on recipe #2.

This I have actually made before but that was pre blog so I am making it again. One because it’s awesome, two because I am having a party next weekend and this is perfect to serve and three because I get to use my somewhat new Kitchenaid Mixer. As much as I would have loved a Blue one, for obvious reasons, I got this free with points I had earned and there wasn’t a choice. So, white it is.  My next one will be Blue, I promise.  They are so pretty. Or, here’s a thought! Another idea for birthday or Christmas gift!!

I digress.

Light and fluffy sugar and butter. Looks like feathers, you could almost sleep on it.  I didn’t!

This recipe does take a lot of sugar but it makes two big loaves.  That’s my story and I am sticking to it.

You need 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons of mashed avocado.  I kind of guessed and I only had two avocados so that’s what went in. Also, had a little help with this picture, unless of course I grew a third hand.  Nope, didn’t.

Cornmeal is added to the flour and baking soda etc.  Interesting, yet yummy in the end.  I need a new word, I use yummy a lot.

So, I put the two loaves in the oven and checked the recipe to see how long they needed to cook and realized they should be put on two separate racks and after 30 minutes switch them. So, in the oven I go and


Now the waiting and the cleaning up.  YUK


and we have to do the ‘ole swicherooey!

Sliced and ready to eat!

Avocados, Yum!

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4 thoughts on “Avocados, Yum!

  1. i love parchment paper too.. it’s my friend! That looks divinely ambrosial! (heh heh…)

    from Thesaurus.com Yummy: definition: delicious
    Synonyms: ambrosial, appetizing, choice, delectable, delightful, divine, enticing, fit for a king, good, heavenly, juicy, luscious, mouthwatering, nectarous, out of this world, palatable, piquant, pleasant, rich, sapid, savory, scrumptious, spicy, succulent, super, sweet, tasteful, tasty, tempting, toothsome

      1. of course!! i especially like scrumptious, succulent,

        the words almost seem Harlequinesque, don’t they?

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