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How to Make Easy Banana Bread – The Easiest Way

Baking banana bread is a great way to use up old, browning fruit, and it hardly takes any time to put together. In this episode of The Easiest Way, Amy Wisniewski of the CHOW Test Kitchen shares her method for making a delicious loaf using our Easy Banana Bread recipe.

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  1. how do we measure 1 stick

  2. Tried this recipe today for the first time I used salted butter, didn’t measure my bananas (I used 3) and didn’t add water because I felt my batter was wet enough and turned out great. Will definitely be making again.

  3. ❤ the recipe I made it a couple days ago and Noe I’m making it again. Also I used bright yellow bananas and my family loved it. I found it perfect.

  4. the recipe is easy but last time it doesn’t taste good with out the eggs, so i put eggs in there she made it wrong 🙁

  5. This is a really good recipe! I didn’t have unsalted butter so I used salted but added 1/2 cup more of sugar as well as 1tsp of vanilla and it came out great! I used this to make 2 breads loafs with the exact same baking time and heat. It came out perfect 👌

  6. What if I don’t have unsalted butter will any butter work?

    • I made some today and used salted butter because that’s what I had and instead of 1/2 a tsp. of salt I used 1/4 tsp. turned out great.

  7. My family loved the banana bread… I added the cinnamon and vanilla extract. Thank you

  8. I’d NEVER be able to eat that! I make lower carb banana bread that is much healthier and it is delicious. All that sugar is NOT needed in banana bread, because of the sweetness of the bananas. Sugar raises your insulin level and causes fat to be stored, so on low carb, the object is to avoid sugar. I add just a bit of honey, maybe just a tablespoon or two (honey is better metabolised by the body). And even THAT is not needed. I also use almond flour rather than regular flour, because it is lower in carbs.

  9. Thanks for the video! My banana bread is in the oven we’ll see how it comes out!

  10. Can I use buttermilk instead of water?

  11. its in the oven. excited to know how it turned out.

  12. okay I tried it. waiting now for the oven to do its work…I will let you know …Thanks ☕

  13. can I use vegetable oil instead of butter

  14. I tried this recipe.. must say the bread turned out super moist filled with banana flavor and boosted my confidence… I can also bake

  15. What if I don’t have a loaf pan but an 8×8? How long should I bake it then, and is it at the same temp?

  16. I tried this recipe today. If you use small loaf pans you can make two loaves using the amounts. The result is crumbly and moist, but not very sweet or fragrant. Recommend adding more sugar and definitely gotta use the very ripe bananas.

  17. This my third time mskeing this banns bread , and I swear I can eat it all in one day. Cause it be that good, and moist. Never tried it with milk. It’s easy and good

  18. CourtneysNoneExistingLife

    What flour can you use self raising ????

  19. Nah, this recipe is not that easy. Melt the butter, warm the eggs…phoey. Forget all that mess. Just mix all the wet stuff into a big bowl, add the dry stuff, mix real well and bake. Banana bread is forgiving.

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