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Absolutely wonderful banana bread! I love the texture that the whole wheat flour gives to the bread. I will definitely make this again and again. ...
Just made this banana bread and it was way better than any version I've had with regular white flour! Just one question, does "natural brown sugar" mean Muscovado? I used regular dark brown sugar because ...
This is without a doubt the best banana bread recipe ever! Thank you for sharing it :-) ...
I made this banana bread and loved it. It's moist and delicious. My hubby finally liked a whole wheat banana bread. This recipe is a keeper. ...
This recipe sounds delicious and I can't wait to try it. However, I will have to wait a few days for my bananas to pass their prime. Could you please advise me as to about how many bananas will result ...
My hubby is diabetic and calls this banana bread "crack bread" because he says it's so addictive. I make him a loaf about every other week so he doesn't over-due it but it's nice to be able to provide ...
By far the best banana bread I've had.. Thanks! ...
Do you think this recipe would still work by substituting canned pumpkin instead of bananas? I would love to try a whole wheat pumpkin bread recipe as good as this one. ...
Nice recipe! I don't normally like banana breads but I am coming around. It's cool that you use 100% whole wheat flour in it too. The picture made me think that you added strawberries in the bread, but ...
Hi JaNeen! Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad you are enjoying the banana bread. It's one of our favorites too. ...
I have tried to make my mom's banana bread, with varying successes over the years, but none like this!! It's awesome! I've made it three times in the past week and given it to everyone... I know the recipe ...
Aloha, Just made your recipe for banana bread and as mentioned, it is the best ever. Thank you for sharing, this is a keeper. I like the fact that there is much less fat (the recipe I previously used had ...
I made this (into mini muffins) without the nuts or chocolate chips so my little boys could have them. Wow, these turned out great!! I've been having such a hard time finding a banana bread recipe that ...
People here are very particular about their banana bread and i've gotten a lot of positive feedback from your recipe. mostly, the loaf is magically disappearing at rapid speed! ...
Tried this in the morning and it was delicious, and I didn't have to feel as guilty whilst enjoying the pancakes! I had mine topped with bananas and agave nectar, scrumptious! ...
... cup of fresh ground flaxseed 2 Tbsp of cinnamon, 1/2 tsp nutmeg,allspice,ginger each 5 pitted dates (in place of honey) 1/4 cup canola oil (will try olive oil) 1/2 mashed banana w/ 1/4 cup applesauce 1 ...
This is a great recipe. I added flax to replace the egg for allergy reasons, chocolate chips, and mashed banana to replace half of the oil. They turned out really good, my little ones loved them, in spite ...
... oil for an equal quantity of mashed banana. I cut the cooking time to 7 minutes, and it worked just great. They're moist and flavorful, so I'll be using the half-banana sub! ...
... be called cookies!!). I've made these twice, and each time I've altered the ingredients, using walnut and almond oil and mashed bananas, chai spices, a mixture of seeds and nuts, dried figs and prunes. ...
...hey added to the dough 4 bananas mixed with 8 dates...Believe me it will make better and moister ( and then you dont need to add Honey and molasses ) ...
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