Banana Bread

I was going through my recipes, trying to decide which recipe I would use to start on my new blog. This recipe is the first one I shared with my family so I thought it fitting to start with it here.

Turns out that this recipe isn’t even mine! I always knew that I had gotten it somewhere – those who know me know that I wasn’t a huge baker. I was starting to get into it more and I wish that I would have had more time to really get into it. This recipe was given to me by my Mom. When I shared it with my family I learned that Mom got it from Aunt Paul! I should have known because Mom wasn’t much of a baker either…or cooking for that matter!

The recipe calls for walnuts but I think that you could omit them for those who have allergies or substitute them for another nut. I think pecans would add a nice flavor. You could also add chocolate chips. Mmmmmmm…banana and chocolate! Better call the nurse to suction my drool! lol

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So weird seeing my handwriting after so long

 

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Still weird!

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My recipe baked by the fab Lynn using raspberries instead of walnuts

 

 

5 thoughts on “Banana Bread

  1. I have this in the oven as I type…I took out the walnuts and replaced with raspberries cuz we have some serious raspberry lovers… thanks Lisa!!
    Keep up the great posts cuz I really love them and am finding the so useful. You are my go to girl xx

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  2. I made this recipe again today except I doubled it and I added raspberries to one like I did last time… I tried to put some in the middle of the bread for a surprise in the middle; the other one I added chocolate chips in the middle and a few on top. One thing I just realized is I forgot the baking powder, oops. We’ll see how that goes but nothing that a big scoop of ice cream can’t fix right? I’m sending you before going in the oven pics (one bread has a smiley face on it cuz you just have to right?) XX

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