One Banana Banana Bread

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    Diane Lane Well-Known Member

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    Diane Lane, Oct 26, 2015
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    cupcakechef Well-Known Member

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    Smart thinking to look for a recipe with one banana! I hate wasting food here too, a lot of the time if I have bananas going brown I just freeze them until I can think of something to do with them, or until I have enough for whatever the recipe requires!
     
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    Diane, you could also freeze your brown bananas. Someone gave me that tip, so when I feel like baking bread banana I can just go to the freezer and get 'em. Great recipe by the way, it looks so tasty in the picture! I love the idea of adding chocolate chips to the banana bread. I need to try this one! But the recipe calls for a large one? So I guess two small ones would make the trick (over here I rarely see large bananas).
     
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    is that made with all Purpose Flour Diane ?

    yea I had to ask :)
     
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    Nowadays we should really be economical in all things especially with the food items where some prices cost that high that is why we must avoid wasting as necessary. Now I already knew what will I do if my bananas turns into brown already I will surely put it in the freezer for a later use. Thank you for sharing this nice and economical idea and also for sharing the link of the recipe. :)
     
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    So what happened in the end? I froze all that my mom sent me a few weeks ago. I am back in a little slump or just to busy and overwhelmed. I like that you were willing to take action with just one ripe banana.
     
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    justme4910 Well-Known Member

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    and thanks for the tip about freezing bananas
     
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    Today we had still bananas in our fruit basket but had already turned into brown that is why I peel them off and put in the freezer for a later use if I will have the time to bake a banana bread. I had already did what I had learned from this thread. If before I will just throw my bananas who had turned into brown but now no need and I had learned to be more economical. And again thanks for sharing this thread! :)
     
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