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GFE ft Banana Bread (E)

GFE ft Banana Bread (E)

Dec 6, 2017, 9:12 PM 1


                                     Recipe has been updated. 

Btw....this pic isn't mine....my bread looks way better than this but I didn't get a chance to take a pic......

Hey guys!! It's been awhile and I've grown lazy in not posting....I have been doing some worthwhile things but eh lol. Today we are going to learn how to make two types of bread. Banana bread and (in the next blog) cornbread. I really like both cause they are so simple to make. Neither require a difficult or huge list of ingredients. They also make a great side for your meal. 

Focusing on banana bread, the main thing I like about it is that you can use all those nasty overripe bananas sitting like sad puppies on your counter waiting to be used or disposed of......Banana bread as I've said is really easy to make and here's how.


The Ingredients: This recipe is for two batches (i.e you get two loafs) you will need to half it if you just want one loaf. Remember to recycle and use organic products.

2 cups of ripe bananas

2/3 cups of really soft butter

1 1/3 cup of sugar

3 eggs

3 1/2 cups of flour

Nuts or zest (optional)

4 1/2 teaspoons of Baking powder 

2 loaf pans


The How To

Combine flour, baking powder, and salt together in one bowl. In another bowl add together butter and sugar and mix until creamy. 

Preheat oven to 350° and butter your pans.

For me, when I mush the bananas I like to do it in the measuring cup. I use enough bananas to make two cups worth (between 2 to 4 bananas) Combine all ingredients and stir with all your might. Work those lazy muscles of yours.

Add chopped nuts and Des if you want any. Cranberries are welcomed. Pour batter evenly into the two loaf pans. Bake for 50 minutes or until solid with a nice crust on top. Place on racks to cool.


I hoped you enjoyed this. Stay tuned for cornbread!

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