Simple Banana Bread
Super moist banana bread. Easy to make with no baking experience required
Banana!!🍌 One of the favourite fruits that most people like it. My son is a big fan of it. Banana and bread make good combinations, it is so moist and tasty, and the thickness of the bread does fill you up. It is a good lunch idea when you are after something sweet but not overly filling.
This is the first weekend of our local Zoo to reopen after Covid-19 lock down. It is such a great idea to bring your children to the zoo, get to know the animals and spend a fun day exploring around. So much to see and learn! Sandwich is my normal food list that I prepare for a picnic lunch. But looking at the ripe bananas that sit on the bench, I decided to make Banana bread. This is a simple and fast recipe that you can make in no time, pretty much just mix everything in the mixer and chuck it in the oven to work it own magic.
I have gathered the ingredients as per below picture but left out the milk. So make sure you add the milk in for the best result! I’m using brown sugar in this recipe to increase the moisture of the bread. Hope you like it 😊
|Cook Time |
|– 3 medium ripe banana mashed|
-1/3 melted butter
-3/4 cup brown sugar
-1/4 cup milk
– 1 egg
– tsp vanilla extract
– pinch of salt
– 1 1/2 cup self-raising flour
- Preheat oven to 180c
- In the cake mixer, mix in all the ingredients until it well incorporated. You can hand mix the ingredients in a bowl if you don’t have a cake mixer.
- Pour the batter into a greased pan and bake for 50 minutes approx.
- Insert toothpick to check if the bread cook through.
- Place on a cooling rack and ready to be serve. Enjoy!
Notes: If you having the bread the next day, you can always toast it up and spread a thin layer of butter.
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This recipe is adapted from eazypeazymealz.com