When I created this blog, I didn’t intend to be using it for pintesting homemade cleaning and hygiene products, but I guess that’s what I’ve been doing lately. Time to move onto something different. How about a recipe?!
My husband recently bought some nectarines, which are not my favorite fruit. The kids think they’re okay, but they weren’t moving very fast. So, one night I decided to experiment, and here is what I came up with.
Tools: Oven-safe mug; toaster oven (mine is a convection oven, and I had convection on)
1 sliced nectarine
about 2 Tbsp butter
dash of salt
pinch of cinnamon
1.5 Tbsp sugar
3 Tbsp flour (may need more, see instructions)
I took my sliced nectarines and placed them in my mug. That was the easy part. Then I cut the salt, cinnamon, sugar, and flour into the butter. You want this topping crumbly. I never got it quite there–I think I worked the butter too long and it got too melty, but it is possible that I just needed more flour. At any rate, once your mixture is ready, sprinkle it on top. Heat in a 350-degree toaster oven for about 10 minutes (until topping gets golden brown).
Despite my mixture not being crumbly enough, it tasted good. That’s all that counts, right?