The Seine and the sun by (Giordano.gobbo)
"accomplishment" of the day: deciding to stay in my pink pyjama bottoms because it’s cold and raining outside and I don’t have to leave the house and then having to open the door for a repairman who came unannounced and who knows my parents and can’t help but point out that I’m still in my pyjamas in the afternoon -.- like I wasn’t mortified enough. he just had to comment and I had to make excuses for wearing what I want in my own house ugh
Forget about cakes in a mug, this is even better. It’s very easy to make and it’s done in no time, plus it’s healthier.
All you need are 2 ripe bananas, 100 g oat flakes and 100g dried fruit. (That’s what the original recipe said. But I didn’t have oat flakes and dried fruit so I used muesli instead and it already contained oat flakes and dried fruit. It was actually the kind which no one really likes in my family because it’s just cereal with no sugar or honey added and they call it bird food. So I was happy to have an opportunity to use it.)
All you have to do next is mash the bananas with a fork until there are no more solid parts and stir in oat flakes and dried fruit (or muesli like I did). Use a spoon to take some of the mixture and put it on a baking tray with baking paper on. You can put it in little heaps or flatten it with your finger to make it look more like a cookie. Bake in a preheated oven at 200° C for 10-15 minutes.
Games with English: insert the word “only” anywhere into the above sentence and consider how the placement changes meaning.
I see into your soul, Doctor.
( Lousy doodle for the new Doctor Who episode, I might try to make better ones for the next ones )