Bread Machine Banana Bread

Bread Machine Banana Bread

Another easy recipe for y’all! I made this today with my little 7-year-old baker. This one is for a bread machine but could easily be modified for a regular oven. We had fun and the house smells yummy. The man will be happy when he gets home 😊

2 C flour
2 eggs
2 bananas (we used frozen & thawed brown bananas, just cut off tip and squeeze into bread machine)
2 T oil
3/4 C white sugar
1 t baking powder
1/2 t baking soda
1 cup chocolate chips (optional)

Add all ingredients to bread maker. Shut lid and select ‘dough’, select ‘start’ and let mix for 5 minutes. When 5 minutes is up, select ‘stop’, open lid and stir any remaining lumps & scrape down sides & smooth top. Shut lid and select ‘bake’. Most machines will bake for 50 minutes to 1 hour. Check at 50 minutes using toothpick method. If not done continue baking until toothpick comes out clean. Remove bread pan and let cool for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes remove loaf to cooling rack. Enjoy!



About hobbymamma

I'm a mother of the marvelous Olivia (age 7), the adorable Cooper (almost 3) and Wyatt (6 months). As a busy SAHM (& wife to Tyson aka 'Sarge'), I find myself with irons in many fires. Some of my time is also devoted to voluntary services for various non-profit organizations. The idea for this blog came from something I find myself thinking or saying rather often lately: I have so many interests & hobbies that I don't consider myself 'expert' at any of them. It can be frusterating on occasion, but mostly I find it refreshing and rewarding to enjoy such variety. On this blog I share bits and hints about some of the hobbies I currently enjoy. When considering some of my favorite hobbies - i've discovered that a theme that threads through many of them is green. Not necessarily the color (that too) but 'green practices'. I often find myself thinking, how can I make this more environmentally friendly. What ingredients or products are better for my family and the beautiful planet where we live. I hope you will enjoy reading about some of my hobbies and be inspired to try something new!

3 responses »

  1. Is this supposed to be bread flour? Or regular flour like it says? Also does this recipe not need yeast? I wanted to try it but wanted to make sure it was correct first. Thanks.

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