This is the best way I know to use up left over bananas, in fact I’ve lived with people who have hidden them away knowing when they get to a certain stage I will make banana bread so as not to waste the bananas.
It’s not really worth buying bananas just to make it, but it’s great for left overs.
Never thought I would reblog a recipe but recently I am wanting to consume banana bread. This is probably due to the notion that uni has a lot of banana bread and coffee deals that one sees passing the food shops (especially after a lecture) - quite a good advertising tactic. While I was searching up pictures of banana bread randomly, I saw the title ‘Ridiculously easy banana bread’ and immediately clicked. Anyway, I will reblog this for future reference :)
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