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How to Make My Breaking Views Banana Bread

Thanks to DiyWithJoyce, I have got back into the baking and have been experimenting with new food. I don’t know if you know, but ever since I was a kid, I have always had a liking to baking and making cakes. And while I am not travelling, I usually like to keep myself occupied with other things like making banana bread.

I remember as a child making lots of fruit cakes, don’t ask me why because I hated a fruit cake and still do now, but I was good at it. I also made a right old Victorian Sponge, M&M cookies and little old muffins – these were my specialities. It’s a shame I didn’t really stick to it because who knows where I would be with it now. As I got older, I guess I lost interest and stopped baking as much. I can’t exactly remember why I stopped, but I didn’t pursue it thoroughly, and I think I just lost the confidence.

I have recently moved into a new place and decided that I would like to get back into baking cakes again! Lucky me, my auntie was nice enough to gift me with a weigh scale, and so I decided to make banana bread. If you are already a baker yourself you will know that there are a million in one way to make banana bread, so I thought it would be good to share how My Breaking Views made this amazing banana loaf!


ingredients:

  • banana x2 (soft)
  • 150g butter softened, plus a lil extra for the tin
  • 150g caster sugar
  • 2 eggs, beaten well
  • 150g self-raising flour
  • 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
  • 1 tsp baking powder

You may need time to prepare your ingredients, so I would suggest giving yourself around 15- 20mins. Don’t rush it you want this to come out really good! Pre-heat oven your oven 180C/160C fan/gas 4.

It will roughly take around 40 –45 mins to bake at around 180C.

  1. Mush your bananas I do this with a fork, but I know there are more exclusive tools which can be used.
  2. Soften butter & peanut butter. I only eat crunchy PeanutButter, but I am sure you can use any PeanutButter. I usually add this to a bowl and put it in the microwave for like 15 seconds, I wouldn’t suggest this, but it does make it easy to mix!
  3. Add sugar to butter with Peanut Butter (Remember the peanut butter is optional).
  4. Make this mix nice and fluffy.
  5. Add the flour and eggs
  6. Butter your tin
  7. Add mixture into your tin
  8. Place in the oven
  9. Let it Cook
  10. & Enjoy

And mix! Hopefully, your mixture looks something like this:

And it’s as easy at that!

Hope you find the recipe easy and if you find time to make it, share a picture in the comments section below.

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2 Comments
  • Chocoviv
    November 10, 2019

    YUm!!

    • Adebola - MyBreakingViews
      November 11, 2019

      Thanks let me know if you try it!