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Do you love Banana Bread? What's your favorite banana bread?

happyzhangbo | Jan 24, 201208:53 AM     71

I love banana bread, never feel I can have enough of it. Moist, banana-y, and delicious. There are so many recipes to make banana bread and they are so easy to make. Most of the bread banana recipes is to cream the butter and sugar, add eggs and mashed bananas, then mixed with flour, baking soda and salt. This is the basic dough, of course you can always add fresh or frozen berries, such as blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries or mixed berries; or add some walnuts, pecans or even chocolate chips. Whichever way you make it, it always turns out delicious.

For the healthier version, you can always use applesauce to replace butter, it's still moist and absolutely delicious.

How about you? How do you make your banana bread? Really want to hear some great ideas :) Thanks in advance.

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