The Ultimate Banana Bread

February 1, 2018

 

Welcome to Bake Squad 4!

 

In the light of recent events, we would like to brief about the DOs and DONTs of  Bake squad group before moving on to the recipe.

 

WHAT YOU CAN DO!

  • Read the pinned post.

  • You can share or mention your business page while posting your work in the group. 

  • If you see a post that is not related to baking or cooking, report it to the admins.

  • Like, share and comment on squad members’ posts. 

WHAT YOU CANNOT DO!

  • You cannot post irrelevant content in the group. Spam posts will be deleted without notice.

  • You cannot be rude to squad members. 

No sharing of our recipes, as text (read copy + paste) or as screenshots on your business page. You are only allowed to share the recipe link. It might look cool to "educate" your followers passing off our recipes as your own. But no self-respecting baker would do that, you know.

Anyone found to be doing any of the above will be banished from the squad forever.

 

 

Thanks to all squad members for your concern and support. Let's focus only on the positives and leave everything else aside. TOGETHER WE GROW! 😊

 

 

Sharing our favourite breakfast bake for Bake Squad 4. We call this the “Banana bread perfection”! It’s a is well balanced loaf with a strong banana flavour and just the right amount of sweetness. And the best part? It is almost like a dump cake. No creaming or elbow grease involved. Slather a thick layer of peanut butter on top and pair it with a cup of coffee for a fuss-free weekend breakfast!

 

 

INGREDIENTS

 

Serves              : 12 nos (8 inch loaf)

Temperature : 175 degrees Celsius

Bake time       : 50-55 minutes

 

200g    All purpose flour

1 tsp      Baking soda

1/2 tsp  Salt

95g       Neutral flavoured vegetable oil

225g     Granulated white sugar

2 nos     Eggs

380g    Mashed, over ripe Bananas

1/2 tsp   Vanilla extract

 

OPTIONAL ADD-INS: 1/2 tsp Cinnamon, 1/4 cup Walnuts / Chocolate chips

 

 

METHOD

 

Explained in the video below! 

 

NOTES

 

If you like your banana bread less sweet, reduce the amount of sugar to 190g. 

 

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