We are now picking the most beautiful passionfruit , they are not huge but they are all filled to the brim with their lovely golden pulp.
Last weekend I had a bowl full in the fridge and decided to make icecream with them. It has been delicious this week. Of course you only use the yolks in icecream, so a batch of pink meringue was made with the whites. I piped little rosettes of meringue and sprinkled them with pretty pink.
I have continued to pick my passionfruit this week and still had a lovely bowl full. I had been thinking about yummy kiss biscuits all week.
This afternoon I got busy and had a lovely time in the kitchen creating these beauties.
Melting Moments joined with Passionfruit Icing. Delicious. I also made the lovely Lemon Cake from the Gentle Art of Domesticity book. I'm afraid this didn't go so well. It sunk terribly in the middle. I still iced it though.
Afternoon tea was delicious. Lemon Cake and Passionfruit Kisses.
Now I will have to dream up the next thing to make with my delicious passionfruit. As you can see the vine is starting to flower again - the next crop on the way. Maybe I will have to share some!
I am continuing with my stitching of the Gardeners Journal quilt blocks. I would really love to have the stitcheries done this week so that I might be able to cut the rest of the quilt over Easter. I just have two small ones left to do, so maybe I will get started on it.
The children are finished school for their Easter break. It was quite a long term, so they are really ready for a rest. They have this week and then the week after Easter as well. I love the slower mornings of the school holidays.
Maybe that might mean some extra time for baking with my lovely Passionfruit!