Paula Deen Banana Bread

"Makes two loaves of wonderful bread."
 
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photo by Jeancy C.
photo by Jeancy C. photo by Jeancy C.
photo by Jeancy C. photo by Jeancy C.
photo by Jeancy C. photo by Jeancy C.
photo by Jeancy C. photo by Jeancy C.
Ready In:
55mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
2 loaves
Serves:
12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Mix dry ingredients.
  • Mix butter, bananas & eggs.
  • Mix dry ingredients into banana mix and stir in nuts.
  • Bake 40-45 minutes.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Anne A.
    How do I get recipe?
     
  2. Barbara Z.
    what size loaf pans for the banana bread?
     
  3. Kathi H.
    what size loaf pans used
     
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Reviews

  1. Chef JBo
    This is a wonderful bread; I baked the full recipe in a standard meatloaf pan for 55 minutes and it was moist and delicious. Next time, I will carmelize the pecans before baking them in the bread for a taste of pralines!
     
  2. gloriousfood
    This was delicious and super easy to make. I added small amounts of vanilla and cinnamon, and I used half brown sugar, and half white sugar. I think that it would have been just as good without the modifications. I made muffins instead of one loaf of bread, and my children inhaled them.
     
  3. jordanphysics
    Very moist and good!
     
  4. carolebras
    Delicious and moist.
     
  5. ccollins59
    I adjusted the recipe for 1 loaf and used regular size muffin tins sprayed with Bakers Joy (oil and flour). I used 2 large very ripe bananas and adjusted the cook time to 30 minutes. THESE MUFFINS WERE AWESOME! I made it twice; one with nuts; one without and they both came out good:)
     
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Tweaks

  1. Autumn S.
    I used half brown sugar and half white. I also used self rising flour ,so I didn't use baking powder,baking soda,or salt. I added 2 tsp of cinnamon, 1/2 tbs of honey, and about 2 tsp of vanilla. It turned out amazing! It was super moist and had so much flavor.
     
  2. Marissa P.
    I Added Cinnamon and vanilla and chocolate chips!
     
  3. darithapril
    The first time I made it using glass loaf pans. One pan was larger and I put more in it than the other one. Because they were glass, I think they took longer to bake, but the sides and bottoms were all crunchy. I made a frosting with powdered sugar, butter, pinch of salt, vanilla and a little milk. I stirred that around and poured it over the cake like a glaze. And it got raves! The crunchiness around the outside of it just made it it was like it had carameled. I forgot to tell you that I substituted half of the sugar for brown sugar.
     
  4. Kodi L.
    So good and moist! I added some vanilla and made muffins instead of bread .... came out amazing!
     
  5. gloriousfood
    This was delicious and super easy to make. I added small amounts of vanilla and cinnamon, and I used half brown sugar, and half white sugar. I think that it would have been just as good without the modifications. I made muffins instead of one loaf of bread, and my children inhaled them.
     

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