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Blue Diamond Banana Nut Bread With Almonds

This is a recipe of my 82 year old mother in laws and she has made for decades from a newspaper clipping that is now tattered and torn but she knows from heart now .The original recipe does not call for an egg but she adds one " because I just thought it should have one . It is full of flavor and the consistency is perfect. I love it. I have never made it with almonds and neither does she and most of the time I make it with no nuts at all. I dont think this recipe is an uncommon one but it is a consistently good one.

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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • grease and flour 2 small loaf pans or one large (meatloaf size).
  • beat first 6 ingredients together. Add in flour, salt, baking soda and baking powder and mix well.
  • fold in almonds or other nuts if using-reserve some for top of bread if desired.
  • bake at 350 until toothpick poked into center comes out clean. appx 50 minute.
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"This is a recipe of my 82 year old mother in laws and she has made for decades from a newspaper clipping that is now tattered and torn but she knows from heart now .The original recipe does not call for an egg but she adds one " because I just thought it should have one . It is full of flavor and the consistency is perfect. I love it. I have never made it with almonds and neither does she and most of the time I make it with no nuts at all. I dont think this recipe is an uncommon one but it is a consistently good one."
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  1. Dixie from Kansas
    This is a recipe of my 82 year old mother in laws and she has made for decades from a newspaper clipping that is now tattered and torn but she knows from heart now .The original recipe does not call for an egg but she adds one " because I just thought it should have one . It is full of flavor and the consistency is perfect. I love it. I have never made it with almonds and neither does she and most of the time I make it with no nuts at all. I dont think this recipe is an uncommon one but it is a consistently good one.
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