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A couple of days ago I noticed some bananas I had bought had gone uneaten (well, some of them) and were becoming over ripe. To avoid attracting fruit flies I decided I had to A)get rid of them or B)make them into something else. Obviously, being one that doesn`t like to see food go to waste, I decided to turn them into a banana bread. I love banana bread and have been using over ripe bananas to make some for years... so it was the obvious choice. They would have a longer shelf life and as something different. Banana bread is so beyond easy to make, too. There are all sorts of recipes out there, you just need to find one that suits your liking. Some have a higher flour content, creating a more dense bread and others have higher sugar amounts/sugar substitutes (like apple sauce)... you just need to find one you like.
The basic things I used in mine were:
I cooked it in an oven for one hour at 350 degrees, uncovered.
It is moist and flavorful and makes for a great little dessert after dinner as well as a nice breakfast item. Cut off a slice, put a bit of butter on it and enjoy it with my coffee in the morning or orange juice. Mmmm!
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