Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Save the Bananas - Make Banana Nut Bread - RECIPE


OK, You love Bananas! And last week they were on sale at a great price. So you picked up a large Bunch.

Yeah, You had great intentions to eat one or two a day. But for one reason or another, you look and there are 4 or 5 Bananas left on the counter, and they are really starting to look bad;  not BAD, as in uneatable, but Bad, as in UGLY and Brown.  So you grab them and head to the trash can. 

STOP!  Use those Bananas!

Here is a nice, simple recipe for you to make a very tasty Banana Nut Bread, and not waste those wonderful and healthy Bananas.

NOTE: This recipe is for using 6 Bananas. You can adjust the major ingredients up or down for 4 to 8 Bananas total without harming the final results. The ingredient to adjust for the total number of Bananas are; the Butter, Sugar (or artificial sweetener), Flour, Nuts. 

6            Bananas,              Ripe
1/4         lb.                        Butter
1-1/2     cup                       Sugar (or equivalent Artificial Sweetener)
4           large                      Eggs
2           cups                       Flour, self-rising
1           tsp.                        Baking Soda
1          cup                         Nuts, chopped (Walnuts, Pecans, etc.)

1-       Mash the Bananas.
2-      Combine all of the ingredients together with a Spoon, until well blended.
3-      Pour the mixture into a large, greased Bread Pan.
4-      Bake in a preheated 375F oven for approximately 45-minutes, or use a toothpick, and if it is inserted into the center of the bread and comes out clean, then the bread is done.

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