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Banana and Walnut Bread

I don't like throwing away black banana's so I'm always on the lookout for new banana bread/cake/muffin recipes. I found this one on The Times Online website by Jill Dupleix. This is a good one for the kids as they can feel 'helpful' by mashing up the banana's, and by the time they have finished, everything else has already been done (subsequently creating less mess!!).

Ingredients:
125g Butter
175g Brown Sugar
2 Eggs
280g Plain Flour
1 TSP Bicarb of Soda
Pinch Salt
125ml Milk
3 black Banana's - mashed
1 TSP Vanilla Extract
75g Walnuts

Method:
Step 1: Preheat oven to 180c and oil a loaf tin
Step 2: Cream butter and sugar then add eggs and beat. Sift in flour and bicarb and add pinch salt
Step 3: Gently mix in the milk then add mashed banana's and walnuts
Step 4: Pour into prepared tin and bake for 1 hour

Comments

  1. Oh yum, I'm always looking for ways to use up black bananas too :)

    Katie xox

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  2. I have lots of bananas in the freezer. Thanks for the reminder:D

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  3. Banana bread is always good

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  4. Me too Beth, I'm always looking for new banana recipes. This bread sounds and looks good and a keeper of a recipe!

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  5. It's almost worth waiting for mushy bananas just to make banana bread. Looks yummy

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  6. I hate throwing them away too, nice looking banana bread Beth.

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  7. Banana breads are among my favorites and this one looks good!

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