Betty Crocker Banana Bread Recipe

Reasons To Make This Banana Bread Recipe:

Classics are classics for a reason. this is the delectable, old-fashioned banana bread that we need. Read about Betty Crocker Banana Bread Recipe below.

Are you noticing that the bananas are sitting on your counter that are beginning to brown? They’re perfect to make this dish.

This recipe is adaptable that you can enjoy by itself, or you can add chocolate chips or nuts.

If you’re looking to stock up your fridge, then discover it that the bread made from bananas is freeze-dried beautifully.

This bread recipe is extremely simple and is an ideal recipe to bake with your children.

Betty Crocker Banana Bread

Did you remember growing up in that Betty Crocker cookbook? My mom had her copy at her fingertips every time. If she needed an ingredient, she would check the Betty Crocker cookbook first. When I was a kid and was in an own home kitchen the Betty Crocker Cookbook was one of the first cookbooks I bought for my collection.

Betty Crocker Banana Bread Recipe

What is the thing that makes this bread so tasty?

This is a basic bread that can be made easily. It’s easy to make and the result is always delicious. The banana flavor is a highlight. This recipe yields two loaves. I am impressed by how well the recipe can be stored in the freezer. It’s ideal to have at hand to grab and go lunches or snacks for children. My kids love this recipe!

Betty Crocker Banana Bread is pure banana delight with chopped nuts incorporated in the dough. Unfortunately, I’m not able to include nuts due to an allergy, however should you be able, certainly take advantage of it! It is also possible to incorporate other ingredients like dried cranberries, chocolate chips or other ingredients you enjoy within the banana bread. Because this recipe yields 2 loaves I usually make one loaf with no added ingredients, and another that is chock-full of chocolate.

Ingredients

At a glance, scroll down to see the entire recipe!

Flour

Bananas

Butter

Sugar

Buttermilk

Eggs

Vanilla

Salt & Baking Soda

Optional – Nuts (chopped)

Optional – Chocolate Chips

How to Make Betty Crocker Banana Bread

This recipe can be made in in only a couple of steps. The entire recipe printable can be located at the bottom of the article, but here’s a quick overview that will give you a rough idea.

Combine your butter and sugar together in the big mixing bowl.

Add eggs, bananas mashed and buttermilk , and mix to mix.

Mix the dry ingredients in and mix until it is just combined. Be careful not to mix too much!

Put the cake batter in a larger loaf pan, or in two pans. Bake for approximately an hour, or till a toothpick stuck in the middle is clean.

The loaf was allowed to cool for about 10 minutes before taking it out and putting it on an untidy metal rack for cooling process.

This recipe can be made with pecans or walnuts. You can use any you prefer or a mixture of both! If you’re using chocolate chips I like small semi-sweet chips.

Tips for Making Betty Crocker Banana Bread

It’s not difficult to bake this bread. Everything is made all in one dish, and cleaning up is a breeze. However, I’ve learned a few things through the years on what to do in order to create the best Betty Crocker Banana Bread:

Mash your bananas well! I like using a mixer for this but you can also smash the bananas with your hands. It isn’t a good idea to have large chunks of banana left.

Use VERY ripe bananas! The more ripe, the more. Not only do bananas that are ripe contain more sugar as well, but they also help in locking the moisture in this banana bread. I am always excited when I notice that there are more bananas turning brown, because it indicates that delicious banana bread will be in the works.

Make sure to grease the loaf pan (or pans) prior to adding the batter. A thin layer of butter, canola oil or cooking spray are all you require to ensure that the loaf slides out effortlessly.

If you don’t have buttermilk, it’s so simple create your own!

Dairy Free Banana Bread

To accommodate my daughter’s diet needs, I’ve frequently created this recipe that is dairy-free. In order to do this, I’ve used Earth Balance sticks instead of butter, and also make homemade buttermilk with vinegar as well as Ripple Milk. We prefer Ripple Milk because of an allergy to nuts, but should a nut milk be an option, we’d most likely choose that over Ripple Milk. With the addition of an egg substitute you can make this recipe vegan.

Total Views: 17 ,
By Michael Caine

Michael Caine is the Owner of this website and also the founder of ANO Digital (Most Powerful Online Content Creator Company), from the USA, studied MBA in 2012, love to play games, write content in different categories.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Posts