This one is a healthy option. Well, healthier than some of the other choices out there. I love the light texture, the low fat content (only 2 tablespoons of oil!) and the combination of wheat and all-purpose flours. The walnuts contribute heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids, but if you prefer a little decadence, sub in some chocolate chips.
Culled from an old Bon Appetit issue, this recipe is a Jinx and Jefferson Morgan creation. I normally have a terrible memory, but who can forget a name like Jinx? I've tweaked it over the years, reducing the baking soda and adding a little butter and salt. (As an aside, I googled them and now they're owners of a resort in the British Virgin Isles. Sounds like a great, idyllic life!)
I came, I saw, I laughed, I baked. I was wandering around on pinterest and spotted the bunny butt ... it was love and giggles at first sight. What a hilarious, happy, smile-inducing cake, and I don't think one can say that about many cakes. Can you?
The first green drink I experienced was gross; my mom bamboozled me into buying barley green. I threw out the container five years past expiration date having had ingested one serving. I think also of The Healthy Sister-in-law making breakfast smoothies with the added nutritional punch of take-your-pick kale/spinach. (The Nieces and Nephew were not big fans.)