Monday, July 23, 2007

Banana Bread

I agree with what they say- when you have lemons make lemonade
I also say- when you have rotten bananas make banana bread!
When I was first married my mil gave me a great Banana bread recipe that I've been making for years
I always have these ingredients on hand because 9 times out of 10 when
I don't have bananas the kids want bananas, SO I buy bananas and this is what happens-
BEFORE:

hope you try this and enjoy it!
email me if you have a question :)








BANANA BREAD
1/3 cup veg. Oil
1 ½ cups mashed ripened bananas ( about 4)
½ tsp. Vanilla
3 eggs
2 ½ cups bisquick(I like the reduced fat bisquick)
1 cup sugar
(optional ½ cup shop nuts)
( I've also added crasins or raisins)

Heat oven to 350
Generously grease loaf pan ( I prefer a larger pan)
Stir all ingred. With a fork until moistened.
Beat vigorously for 1 min.
Pour into pan and bake until toothpick comes out clean
Approx. 45-60 min.
(depending on size of pan... If it starts to get too dark on top, cover with foil, leaving slit in middle)
Cool for 5 min. run knife along sides and remove from pan

AFTER:

9 comments:

Ally Bean said...

Hey, guess what? I made banana bread over the weekend too. Great minds, my dear.

~Michelle~ said...

Oooo, this looks deee-licious! I haven't made banana bread in years.
Thanks for sharing your family recipe.

Anonymous said...

Well, this must have been a Banana bread weekend. Ellen made banana bread and so did my husband.
Miss you
Suzie Q

Jane said...

Oh yes......I will be making that this weekend!!

Jane said...

Lucy, I just finished the moaning meme challenge. Go take a look! Thanks for the fun :)

ann said...

mmmmmmmm!!

Lucy said...

Yes! we ALL have some bananas! :))

daisies said...

mmmmm delicious :)

i always made a variation of this but put it in muffin tins and throw in chocolate chips ('cause i'm bad, lol)

giggles said...

Last week Bryan made four loaves of Banana Bread. It was so good we only have one left! I guess as soon as it cooled down the oven went on. He eats bananas daily so I always have lots on hand. The heat has made them turn so fast! I pop the aged ones in the freezer until I’m ready to use them…
Hugs Sherrie