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The Only Bread Recipe You’ll Ever Need
Hi everyone! Now, here’s a classic that never goes out of style! Year after year, decade after decade kids and adults alike have been crazy for this lovely bread – which can be served as a wonderful breakfast or turned into a delicious dessert. Any way you serve it, it will surely please the crowds! I’m sure by now you have already figured out what I’m talking about? It’s the banana bread, of course!
Who doesn’t love this warm classic on a chilly morning? Especially if you melt a little butter over the top, it goes so well with a cup of coffee. Pure perfection, if you ask me!
This is one of Martha Stewart’s older recipes, she starts out by stating “the older the better.” Once this bread is cooled and sliced, it should be refrigerated to maintain it’s shape.
If you’d like, you could add your favorite cream cheese filling and then drizzle this with melted chocolate for extra awesomeness!
Recipe and photo courtesy of MarthaStewart.com
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Quick tip: You can use creme fraiche, instead of the sour cream, if preferred.