View our collection of banana bread recipes. Kids and adults can't get enough of this sweet and quick bread. What else are you going to do with those overripe bananas? Choose any of these banana bread recipes for the perfect solution.
If you like the crunchy texture and added flavor provided by nuts, we have several recipes where you can add them to your banana bread. The combination of flavors in our Banana Blueberry Bread is irresistible and will having you coming back for more. There are so many wonderful banana bread recipes that call for a variety of different ingredients that add to the already great flavor of the bread, such as pineapple, coconut, blueberries, sour cream, brown sugar, and nuts. The hardest part will be trying to decide which recipe to try first.
Moist banana bread that is sure to taste just like grandma made. You don't even need butter on this bread. This is a great snack to serve the kids after school. Surprise them with this homemade quick bread.
Moist and scrumptious quick bread. Bananas, pineapple, and coconut, what more could you ask for? The coconut sweetens this bread while the bananas and pineapple provide a hint of each of their flavors.
The little bit of buttermilk gives this banana bread that tang that you've always remembered your mom having in her banana bread. It's moist and delicious. This bread will freeze perfectly too, if you have any leftover.
Bread Making Demonstration:Quick Bread
Banana bread is a popular quick bread that is usually flavored with bananas that have been mashed. Most often, the best bananas to use for banana bread are ones that are overripe and may not be very palatable when eaten as is.
Bread Making Demonstration:Flat Bread
Pita bread is a type of versatile flat bread that is soft and slightly chewy and often features a pocket inside, which is a result of baking the bread in a hot oven.
Homemade Blueberry Nut Bread is easy to prepare and tastes great. Blueberry Nut Bread serves as either a breakfast bread or dessert bread. Follow these simple instructions to create a bread that your family will love.
A type of bread that originated in Hawaii in the late 1950s, developed specifically by the Taira family of Hilo, who named the bread, “King’s Hawaiian® Sweet Bread." The recipe was inspired by a type of Portuguese sweet bread that was often supplied to sailors who preferred it during their lengthy ocean voyages.