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Warm, sweet, and fresh out of the oven are how I like to eat my banana bread. Add a pat of salty butter to the top and enjoy with a cup of tea or a tall glass of milk. Yum! I don’t know about you, but banana bread is a staple around my humble abode. It’s more like a dessert or afternoon snack versus just a plain old banana bread.
I know, we’ve all got our favorite banana bread recipes that have probably been passed down through the generations, but Folks, this recipe is amazing. We are willing to bet that it’s on par with your great great granny’s BB recipe. If you enjoy your banana bread moistly and flavorful, get clicking to the next page for the ingredients so you can get started on your loaf.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network.
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Quick Tip: Enjoy this bountiful bread with or without nuts. My family prefers pecans.