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    Someone wrote in another thread that they hade made banana brea, i've never even heard of it

    would anyone mind sharing a recipe please? I did find this one -

    http://www.cookuk.co.uk/cake/banana-bread.htm

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    I fancy making banana bread too, have plenty of ripe bananas at the moment.

    I'll let you know how that recipe turns out Fluffy

    Carol xx

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    It was me who mentioned it, I use this recipe:

    http://thecarrotkids.blogspot.com/20...ana-bread.html

    There is one on ***** for a similar thing but in little bun cases, I'm going to try that soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chell View Post
    It was me who mentioned it, I use this recipe:

    http://thecarrotkids.blogspot.com/20...ana-bread.html

    There is one on ***** for a similar thing but in little bun cases, I'm going to try that soon.
    Thanks Chell

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    that sounds great - have just saved it into my file
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    I've got these in the oven. The comments on NMs say they are a bit greasy so I've only used 3oz marg.

    Banana Fairy Cakes




    2 eggs

    100g/4oz self raising flour

    100g/4oz butter/margarine

    100g/4oz soft brown sugar

    1 old banana that has been left in the bowl too long

    Put oven on to 200 C/Gas 6.
    Line a bun tin with cup-cake-cases.
    Put all the ingredients into the food processor or hand whisk (best to start with butter & sugar first, then add the rest gradually) until all ingredients are in and smooth and feel light & airy.
    Put a generous portion of mixture into each cup-cake-cases.
    Pop into oven for between 12-20 mins depending on your oven!

    I usually add a few chocolate drops to each cup-cake before putting in the oven, but you can leave plain, and sprinkle with icing sugar when they come out or just have them straight!
    Delicious with ice-cream too

    Read more: http://www.*****.com/food/Banana_F...#ixzz0v9sSaiRB
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    We always seem to have overripe bananas so I make alot of banana goodies. My hubby hates bananas but loves this one

    75g butter
    110g caster sugar
    125g self raising flour
    100g wholemeal flour
    2tsp baking powder
    2 eggs
    4 bananas
    handful of dried fruit (or a couple of kiddie sized)
    1tsp cinamon

    You just mash the bananas and chuck everything else in, and stir Gas mark 4 50mins

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    I got my recipe for banana bread from Cbeebies I can cook It is really lovely x

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    I've got lots of ripe bananas too!

    Just don't know which recipe to try now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miffy View Post
    I've got lots of ripe bananas too!

    Just don't know which recipe to try now!

    Miffy xx
    me either....think i'll try the cbeebies one

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    I did the ***** recipe earlier. Even with the butter reduced from 4oz to 3oz they felt quite greasy on the bottom. I did add chocolate chips though. I've not tasted them (I hate bananas) but my three children enjoyed them.

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    Perfect timing for me I have just had to put some bananas into the freezer for banana bread because they had ripened a little too much.

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    We actually managed to make ours today

    Carol xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyfarley View Post
    We actually managed to make ours today

    Carol xx
    Ooooh yummy!!!!!! (salivating)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushpig View Post
    Ooooh yummy!!!!!! (salivating)
    It is, Charley's on her second slice

    Carol xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyfarley View Post
    We actually managed to make ours today

    Carol xx
    Hope you are going to make me some for next time we meet up

    It looks yummy

    Angel xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyfarley View Post
    We actually managed to make ours today

    Carol xx
    Which recipe did you use Carol as it looks delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyfarley View Post
    We actually managed to make ours today

    Carol xx
    That looks yummy Carol

    I want to know which recipe you used too, please

    Didn't get round to making any today - went shopping instead!

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    i'm doing the i can cook one now! but using a round tin as i can't find my loaf tin
    Little Miss Chatterbox xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by little miss chatterbox View Post
    i'm doing the i can cook one now! but using a round tin as i can't find my loaf tin
    I got one of those silicone ones from the poundshop It came out no problem, definately recommend them.

    Carol xx

 

 
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