Yield: Yields four mini loaves, one 9x5-inch loaf, or one 12-cup Bundt cake.
Banana bread, delicious on its own, is made better (and even more kid-friendly) with the addition of chocolate chips.
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Just made it a couple of days ago and we really liked it. Didn't have buttermilk so added kefir and a bit of lemon juice. Also added some pecans because we like nuts. Will make it again. will try to gluten free flour next time. Definitely try!
Excellent! I found I only had whole wheat flour on hand and it still turned out beautifully. Kids and husband loved it. I made the mini loaves. I got 6 instead of 4.
Simple, basic but awesome recipe...we make it almost once per week. Great way to use up old bananas!
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