on Mar 07, 2011 @ 09:26 am|
This is the best and easiest banana bread recipe that I have found and I hope those of you that try it enjoy it as much as my family has.
If you don’t have enough ripe bananas on hand freeze what you do have until you do have enough to make 2 1/3 cups of bananas. When you are ready to make your bread remove from freezer and thaw for about an hour before you are ready to start.
I hope you all enjoy this banana bread as much as we have.
|Yum! on Mar 07, 2011 @ 11:18 am|
I love banana bread, my grandmother used to make it fresh in the morning when we would have sleep overs at her house. It'll probably be one of my favourite treats forever.
Great tip about freezing bananas, it's the perfect time to stock up now since they're in season and pretty cheap.
|always wanted to make it on Mar 07, 2011 @ 11:21 am|
I love cooking, but I'm not much of a baker. I always wanted to try making banana bread (it's one of my fav treats), but was always afraid I would mess up a recipe horribly. This one looks really yummy, and easy to make. I may have to try it-- I would probably try pecans in there too!
|Dolco on Mar 09, 2011 @ 07:57 am|
Go for it, it's so easy you won't believe it. I've made a few kind of banana bread and this was the easiest and best I've found so far.
|Baking is a science, cooking is an art form on Mar 09, 2011 @ 11:42 am|
@dolce - that's interesting that you would say that. I always thought that baking was easier. You follow a specific set of instructions, whereas cooking it's more about experimenting and testing flavours. I've had quite a few cooking experiments go bad, but baking does't seem to cause me as many issues.
Ali de Bold
|Yum! on Mar 09, 2011 @ 12:02 pm|
Add some chocolate chips and it will be even better. Speaking of which, I'm presently eating a slice of chocolate chip banana loaf from Timothy's and it is sooooo good!