Banana Bread

photo by Catherine R. photo by Catherine R.
photo by Catherine R.
photo by Catherine R. photo by Catherine R.
photo by GenRose photo by GenRose
photo by Kellogs photo by Kellogs
photo by Kellogs photo by Kellogs
Ready In:
1hr 10mins
12 slices




  • Mash bananas in a bowl.
  • Add eggs and stir with fork till mixed.
  • Add and mix in sugar.
  • Add Bisquick slowly and stir.
  • The mixture will be slightly lumpy.
  • Lightly grease the bottom and sides of glass-loaf dish.
  • Pour mixture in loaf dish and bake in preheated 350°F oven for 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on oven Bread is done when inserted toothpick comes out clean and top is golden brown and splitting down middle.
  • Serve warm with butter or regular and/or flavoured cream cheeses.

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  1. Nat Da Brat
    This was great. I didn't have any baking soda or baking powder left on hand, but did have the bisquick, so it was just the recipe I needed. Thanks!
  2. kayleighsmom529
    This has become my go to recipe for banana muffins. I make mini muffins with the heart smart Bisquick and they turn out delicious! I use 3 bananas instead of 3 and use my little Ninja blender to get everything nice and smooth. Simple, easy, and good...what more can you ask for!
  3. luvmybump
    made this for my husband who is in love with banana bread and he fell in love with this recipe! Added 1/2 cup of brown sugar to the mix and sprinkled some on top. Also let it sit out before cooking for 20 minutes. Fed some to my best friend and they instintly called for the recipe. HUGE hit in my house!
  4. KatsUp
    I made this last week and forgot to rate it.<br/>I love how simple this recipe is! I had all the ingredients at home (which rarely happens), and it was quick and easy to make.<br/>It smelled heavenly while it baked and was tasty and moist, yet light.<br/>I have to go buy more bananas so I can make this again.
  5. Posiespocketbook
    Very quick and easy to make. I used 1 cup brown sugar, reduced fat bisquick, and 1/4 cup chocolate chips. Very good bread. Light and fluffy not a real heavy wet loaf.


  1. krista harberson
    this is definitely a basic recipe that can be used a few different ways. you can substitute the banana for one cup of applesauce or pumpkin puree and it turns out very delicious.



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