Banana Nut Bread

Discussion in 'The BOC Diner' started by Stubby, Dec 4, 2007.

  1. Stubby

    Stubby New Member

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    Banana Nut Bread


    Servings : 8

    Pre heat oven to 350-------and,,, Pam or grease a regular loaf pan

    Mix all the Dry Ingredients in a seperate pan
    measure it

    2 1/4 cups Flour
    2 teaspoon Baking Powder
    1/3 teaspoon Soda
    1 teaspoon Salt
    1 cup Sugar or Splenda

    Mix all the wet ingredents in a seperate pan

    1/2 cup Oil
    2 each Eggs
    1 teaspoon Vanilla
    1/2 cup Milk
    1 cup or more Bananas (mashed)( 3 med sized)
    2/3 cup or more Chopped Pecans

    I mix the dry into the wet and stir well






    Bake 1:15 to 1:30 minutes----at 350 degrees-----Check with a knife blade or tooth pick.

    Make sure You get it done but don`t over bake it--When a knife blade comes out clean it's Done

    I got this for 3 loaves if you want it
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  2. Stubby

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  4. rebelzgrl76

    rebelzgrl76 New Member

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    Thank you Carl. I dont like bananas but I enjoy banana bread and the family loves it. Kids told me they wanted me to make some 2 days ago. Im going to give your recipe a try.

    The pictures of your loaves looks like you might know your way around the kitchen:smile2:

    Thanks for sharing and posting pix.
     
  5. Catgirl

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    Same here Amy.....yes, I eat no bananas :smile2:. Adding a l'il sugar and some nuts works wonders. She's so right Carl - that picture looks like something out of a magazine! I normally use my Gran's banana nut bread recipe, but I bet yours is delicious.
     
  6. bluejay

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    Thanks Carl. Gonna give it a try.
     
  7. Ketch

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    That looks very good. Thanks for sharing your recipe. I might have to try it this weekend.
     
  8. Flatheadhunter33

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    Thanks Carl. I love bananas and I love banana nut bread. My great grandmother makes it. I can eat a whole loaf by myself!:wink::smile2:
     
  9. SHARON FLEMING

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    Carl, just looking at your pictures of the bread makes me hungry, I will try out the recipe this week. Thanks for posting it
    Sharon
     
  10. Stubby

    Stubby New Member

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    This is the recipe for 3 loaves as in the picture
    Read the instructions at the end first



    6 3/4 Cups Flour--------------------------, Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees
    2 Tablespoons Baking Powde--------------, I Use Two Seperate LARGE Pans
    1 Teaspoon Baking Soda
    2 1/2 Teaspoons Salt
    3 Cups Sugar OR Splenda
    --------------------Mix all the dry together---------------
    1 1/2 Cups Oil
    6 each Eggs
    1 Tablespoon Vanilla
    1 1/2 Cups Milk
    3 Cups or More About 7 medium Bananas (mashed)--Mix all the wet ingredents
    2 Cups or More Chopped Pecans--Mix with the wet
    In the Largest Pan -----Combine every thing and stir well
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    Pre heat oven to 350-----Use the center rack in your oven

    Use bananas that are a bit over ripe but NOT dark or the bread will be to dark to be pretty.


    You will need a Large Pan for this Batch size

    Pam ---------3 regular loaf pans.-------&---------Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees

    Pour even amounts into each pan

    Bake 1:15-- to-- 1:30 minutes---------------at 350 degrees-----------Rotate the Pans Every 30 Minutes
    Check with a knife blade or tooth pick for doneness

    Make sure You get it done but dont over bake it-----When a knife blade comes out clean it's Done
    I started preheating the oven to 350 degrees to get a pretty heavy crustI
    If you want lighter crust turn the oven to 325.

    Hugs-Carl