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Banana Bread Sticks For Baby

What a perfect treat for your little one. I have never tried this, but it looks like a keeper!

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2hrs 5mins
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  • Mix all ingredients until smooth and pour into a greased loaf pan.
  • Bake for 1 hour at 350.
  • Cool and remove from pan.
  • Cut into sticks the size of your fingers and put on a cookies sheet and bake for 1 more hour at 150, or until the sticks are stiff.
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"What a perfect treat for your little one. I have never tried this, but it looks like a keeper!"
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  1. katheros
    These are great! I didn't have brown sugar, so I used the same amount of white sugar and added 1/2 Tbsp of molasses. I also used 1/4 c applesauce for half the oil, and I added 1 tsp vanilla. I didn't taste the strong soda taste that a previous reviewer stated, but that could be because of the vanilla. This recipe is definately getting made again (my daughter actually ate them!).
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  2. Dannys Diner
    The idea is great and the fingers are the perfect size and consistency for my 1 year old, but for me the recipe fell short in a couple areas. First, the taste wasn't that great. It smelled wonderful, but ended up with a strong soda taste. Second, I prefer making foods with fewer processed ingredients (sugar, flour) for my little one. I like the principle enough, though, that I am going to try to improve the recipe, maybe using molasses and baby cereal or whole wheat flour instead of sugar and white flour.
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  3. Dannys Diner
    The idea is great and the fingers are the perfect size and consistency for my 1 year old, but for me the recipe fell short in a couple areas. First, the taste wasn't that great. It smelled wonderful, but ended up with a strong soda taste. Second, I prefer making foods with fewer processed ingredients (sugar, flour) for my little one. I like the principle enough, though, that I am going to try to improve the recipe, maybe using molasses and baby cereal or whole wheat flour instead of sugar and white flour.
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  4. - Momma Loon
    Biscotti for baby!! Mommy too, great for the whole family. These make great teething biscuits, good coffee dunkers, and good for dunking in milk for the older kids also. Try it you'll like it...
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  5. Miss Diggy
    What a perfect treat for your little one. I have never tried this, but it looks like a keeper!
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