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Banana bread can be eaten as a dessert or as a snack in the afternoon.
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|Prep time||1 hour|
|Cook time||3 hours|
|Total time||4 hours|
|Allergy||Egg, Gluten, Lactose|
|Dietary||Hindu, Islam, Judaism, Vegetarian|
|Meal type||Bread, Dessert, Snack|
Good to know! Banana bread can be eaten as a dessert or as a snack in the afternoon.
Left over’s: Any banana bread that is left can be used for snacks on the next day.
Other interesting facts: Bananas don't grow on trees. They're actually a giant herb. – for more interesting facts about bananas check out this page.
|Preheat the oven to 175º C and grease a baking loaf form with butter.|
|Mash the bananas and melt the butter|
|Making the dough|
|Combine the mashed bananas and the melted butter in a large mixing bowl and mix together with a wooden spoon.|
|Add the sugar, egg, vanilla sugar and mix well.|
|Combine the baking powder, salt and flour, and then add to the banana mix. Mix well.|
|Pour the mixture into the baking form.|
|Bake at 175º C during 1 hour|
|Take the bread out of the form and let it cool down for 2 hours. Slice and serve|
Publisert 17. November 2013, 19:57 · Kategori: Recipe