34 Insanely Simple Two-Ingredient Recipes

(8 Posts)
ariadneoliver Tue 01-Jan-13 21:08:36

The three I've made have been fine, the flax seed crackers weren't exactly exciting but the cookies and biscuits were nice.

Greythorne Tue 01-Jan-13 20:13:15

I was optimistic....but agree with Rubbish there's not one item in their list which sounds appetizing. Yuck.

ariadneoliver Tue 01-Jan-13 19:36:10

Have now made the buttermilk and self raising flour biscuits (scones). The recipe worked well as written, however next time I'd add a pinch of salt if using as a scone rather than having with a meal instead of bread.

ariadneoliver Sat 15-Dec-12 17:53:41

I have now tried two of them. I got some small Caribbean bananas so I tried out the flax seed and banana crackers and the oat and banana cookies.

The crackers I got the best result by cooking for 45 mins (although I probably did not press down the mixture enough) and if I had they would have had a harder shell in less time.
The cookies turned out well in the 15 minutes recommended, as an experiment I gave some an extra 5 minutes which made them more of a biscuit texture. I didn't add anything to them, they turn out quite sweet so I'd be wary of adding to many chocolate chips or raisins as extras. smile

AndMiffyWentToSleep Mon 10-Dec-12 19:38:50

I think they sound interesting - but there are quite a few that use American ingredients I'm not sure I'd be able to buy.
May well give some a try...

ariadneoliver Sun 09-Dec-12 22:03:03

Some are inventive, but the banana crackers sounded intriguing. I like experimenting. smile

RubbishCrackerPuller Sun 09-Dec-12 21:47:30

Sorry, but none of those things sound edible!

ariadneoliver Sun 09-Dec-12 21:38:27

I came across this list and I plan to try at least some of them. Has anyone else tried any?

www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/34-insanely-simple-two-ingredient-recipes/

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