Want to learn how to make my Mother's Banana Bread recipe? Well the delicious secret's out, and now you can taste the wonder too! This is a no-nut recipe that works great to make loafs, muffins, and even mini muffins. Let me know of the formatting of this post because I am not sure about how many pictures there are. But trust me, these muffins are going to be your next favorite snack. Breakfast time has never tasted better!
Before the instructions, I just wanted to show these really cute muffin tins I got from the Christmas Tree Shops. They say "One yummy treat can sweeten someone's day," on the bottom. This is really cute for an event or a gift because people will find the surprise quote on the bottom. I just thought these were adorable!
1. Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Place/prep muffin tins or loaf pan. (note: if baking in a loaf, grease the bottom of the pan)
3. Peel the bananas and place in a medium/large bowl. Smash bananas with a whisk until it turns into an almost liquid substance.
4. Next, add the eggs. During this process I got a little eggshell in the bowl, and I thought it would be a great opportunity to offer a life hack. When you get a piece of eggshell in the bowl, use half of the cracked shell to lift the piece out. It's mess free and gets you back to cooking in no-time.
5. Add in the vanilla, sugar, and yogurt. I found it helpful to use a spatula when getting out the yogurt, because it can be quite thick
6. After, add the baking soda and the melted butter.
7. Lastly, add the flour. Do this slowly while mixing to minimize the mess.
When you are done, your batter should look somewhat like this:
If you are making it in muffin form, as I am, fill the tins 3/4 of the way full. This will give the bread just enough room to rise
The banana bread has to bake for 55-60 minutes. Depending on what size muffin tin you use, the time could be shortened. They are done when the tops are a dark, crispy brown.
I hope you enjoy this recipe! Please let me know your comments or alterations below. Make sure to tag me on Instagram or Twitter with your pictures. How does back-to-school lunch ideas sound for my next food post?
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