No matter what recipe I use, it's always bland and very dry.
After some trial and error, I found one that is delicious and very moist.
1 1/2 c of flour
1c of butter semi melted (pop it in the microwave for 20 seconds)
1c of sugar
2 smashed bananas
1/2 c of sour cream
1T of vanilla
Few dashes of cinnamon
A dash of salt
1/2 c of juice
1/4 cup of vegetable oil
Pre-heat oven at 350
First, mix all of the dry ingredients together in a bowl and set aside.
Next, mix the rest of the ingredients in a different bowl.
When liquid mixture is blended well, slowly add the dry ingredients until everything is smooth.
I read a recipe where a lady added pineapple juice to her bread. The only juice I had was this and it seemed like a good idea. Add whatever you have in your fridge, I'm sure it will taste great.
There were also raisins left over from Haven's party where I made "Pirates on a Log" so I folded those into the batter at the end.
In the past, I've added chocolate chips or blueberries. Add it whatever you want =)
I haven't seen a recipe for banana bread that called for vegetable oil, probably because IT'S BREAD AND NOT CAKE... But I needed guaranteed moistness so I went there...
(You didn't expect anything healthy out of me anyway, right?)
Make sure to coat your pan with Pam and flour really well because it tends to fall apart when you cool it afterwards.
The bread takes between 40 and 50 minutes to bake.