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chocolate chip banana nut bread


a recipe (originally by ann tremont) my mother put in a cookbook that i have modified quite a bit. every time i bring this to work, everyone wants a piece (and there's not enough to go around).


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  1. Hand mix flour
  2. Baking powder
  3. Baking soda
  4. Sugar
  5. Walnuts
  6. Chocolate chips
  7. And vanilla extract in mixing bowl until chocolate chips and walnuts are evenly spread out throughout mixture
  8. In another bowl
  9. Mash bananas and add to the main mixing bowl
  10. Soften the butter and add to the main mixing bowl
  11. Add two whole eggs to main mixing bowl
  12. Mix all ingredients together by hand until it has a batter-like consistency
  13. Pour into greased loaf pan
  14. Let mixture set for at least 20 minutes before baking
  15. Bake at 325f for 65 minutes
  16. When finished baking
  17. It is best to let it set overnight before serving
  18. ---
  19. An optional recipe: instead of the chocolate chips
  20. Use 1 1 / 2 tsp of cinnamon to make cinnamon banana nut bread

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 100

Ingredients Count 10

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