This ultimate banana bread will entice you for breakfast, coffee breaks, dessert, and anytime in between. From traditional-style banana bread to chocolate banana bread, these loaves are sinfully moist and sweet.See Popular Banana Bread Recipes
Dried banana chips pump up the flavor in and on top of this bread. The crunchy banana-cereal topping is a bonus.
Everyone's favorite quick bread with a surprise! Pace® Salsa adds body and bold flavor to this one-bowl banana bread. Easy to stir together, this bread will disappear almost before it cools!
Whole-grain cereal, eggs whites instead of whole eggs and fat-free yogurt set this banana bread apart.
Go bananas with banana bread, and frost it with the favorite flavors of chocolate and peanut butter.
This extraordinarily simple and tasty banana bread (with a moist center and crispy crust) is a Ritter family heirloom. "The recipe has been in our family for generations," Lisa Ritter says.
Here's the perfect solution for using up overripe bananas: Bake a scrumptious walnut-filled bread with this easy recipe.
Craving banana bread with a healthier twist? Try this easy one made with a fiber-rich mix.
Use up over-ripe bananas by making a family favorite--banana bread. This twist on the classic recipe is healthful and full of chocolate.
This tasty bread has a hint of banana flavor with an added crunch from Diamond of California walnuts.
The name says holiday, but this mouthwatering dessert featuring cinnamon swirl bread, bananas and melted chocolate is perfect for any time...and it's ready in less than 45 minutes!
A perfect year-round treat that will fill your home with the most delicious aroma!
I will pretty much always reach for a sweet snack over a salty one. And I will find any excuse to enjoy something delicious in more ways than it's intended, especially quick breads like this Two-Tone Banana Bread. It get it's dark swirls of color from semisweet chocolate and is most heavenly when eaten with a layer of hazelnut spread.
The great thing about bananas is that right off the tree, they're a lot like the best kinds of quick bread: moist, substantial, sweet. They've been around forever (they were cultivated by cavemen in southeast Asia) and come in an endless variety (there are even pink ones -- who is going to bring me the pink banana? Who??)
There are eight kids aged six and under at my family holiday celebrations. Each of my brothers has three kiddos and I have two of my own. When it comes to Thanksgiving, the kids are so excited to see each other they barely touch their meal.