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.
Here's the perfect solution for using up overripe bananas: Bake a scrumptious walnut-filled bread with this easy recipe.
Got overripe bananas? Before you toss those brown-spotted specimens in the trash or compost bin, you might want to dig out your loaf pans. If you're not sure how to make banana bread, you might not know that the ripest bananas--even those that have already turned brown--are the sweetest. That makes them hidden gems when it comes to baking. Many a banana bread aficionado has purposefully resisted eating perfectly good bananas for the purpose of saving them for this moist, delicious treat.
One pan, one banana and less than one hour from start to finish these dessert bars are much simpler than they look to prepare!
Bread dough is shaped into Easter eggs then decorated with pastel icing for these fun rolls.
Mashed banana and toasted pecans add a new twist to this quintessential autumn quick bread.
Stick with this moist and tender variation of a favorite quick bread. It's lower in calories, fat, and cholesterol than the traditional version of banana bread.
Cranberries and orange-flavored butter give a new dimension to classic banana bread.
Bananas and oats blend with a box of cranberry quick-bread mix for this recipe. Serve this moist bread warm or cold at breakfast.
This is a spectacular version of humble bread pudding. Homemade banana bread makes it extra sweet while the Chocolate-Grand Marnier Sauce adds sophistication.
Give basic banana bread a tropical twist with this quick bread recipe. It makes two loaves: one to share, one to keep.
Chocolate makes everything taste just a little bit better, and this fruity quick bread is no exception. It's the perfect Christmas brunch recipe or any occasion treat.
This dessert gets even more decadent if you replace the kiss with a rich chocolate truffle then add a drizzle of hot fudge.
This quick bread has a taste of the tropics thanks to mashed bananas, macadamia nuts and shredded coconut.