Today is a special day. It marks my 15-year union with Chris. And I say union because we were together for 11 years before we got married. He’s the most loving, understanding, caring and giving man I know. And I feel so lucky to have him as my partner.
In this household, we’re big coffee/crumb/streusel cake eaters. Actually, we love anything with crumb toppings. Muffins, bread, cakes. You name it, we love it. The more crumb the better! Cakes with layers and thick frosting, not so much. I love looking at them but eating them is another story, unless they’re *really* good and it has to be chocolate.
We’re not huge grapefruit eaters. Heck, in this household, we’re not huge fruit eaters. I am, sorta, but Chris isn’t. So whenever I get fruits from Kimi or Nelson, I tried to eat them, but grapefruit is just not on the list of the fruits I eat. However, I’ll eat fruit in a cake form if there’s crumb toppings involved. Wouldn’t anyone? 😀 I really love the flavors in this crumb cake. Grapefruit and ricotta, it’s just so yummy that you can’t pass this up. Now march your hineys into the kitchen and bake this. You’ll be glad you did.
It’s that time again when I have leftover bananas that’s overly ripe and no one here will touch them. They’re at the point where they won’t last another day. When I peeled it, half of it fell off —that’s how overly ripe it was. To be honest, I prefer banana cakes, bread, muffins, etc. over the actual bananas. If you make this you’ll see why I prefer to bake with them. This will also be a great addition to your Easter brunch, if you’re hosting one. Happy Friday!