Banana Chocolate Chip Bread
Sometimes all it takes to find a new dessert recipe to try, is a look at the recipe title or a glimpse of the recipe photos. This "Banana Chocolate Chip Bread," recipe is that recipe, one look is enough to know that recipe is something good. This banana chocolate chip bread recipe was inspired by the writers love of Starbucks banana chocolate chip coffee cake. This banana chocolate chip bread is a more dense version, but still has the same choclately goodness as the Starbucks version. The recipe is made into sweet little mini individual bundt cakes to make them look good too, especially with the chocolate chips that are generously sprinkled on top of the mini cakes. These would also make for a great snack throughout the day, when you are having a sweet craving, but would rather have something substantial, rather than a candy bar or something like that. The bundt pan was created first in Norway, and they actually had a lot of trouble selling their pans at the start of their endeavour, until Pillsbury, from the United States stepped in and promoted using their pans for a specific recipe, in the 1950s. The pans sales exploded in the 1950s and 1960s, and everyone wanted one! Now, when you go into any kitchen you should be sure to find a bundt pan. So it just shows to never give up on your dreams, because you just never know who can come along and help you out.
Some of the ingredients you will find in this dessert recipe include sour cream, sugar, ripe bananas, all purpose flour, softened butter, chocolate chips and salt. This would be a great recipe to use up some of the old ripe bananas that have been living in your freezer. This is the perfect opportunity to use up some of those perfectly ripened bananas. Also, if you have never tried making french toast with banana bread, you should totally try it out! It is really actually very good, especially with some syrup and fruit on top! To start you will want to preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and mix all of the ingredients together as directed. To read the full recipe details, you'll want to take a look on the site. Then the hard part, the waiting... but you have done it before and can do it again!
The creator of this site is Jay, a mother to four young children who loves to blog and share recipes with her readers. This site is a great way to look for new recipe ideas and inspirations. Some of the things you will find on the site include blue bunny ice cream cupcake recipes, apple pie bread recipe, strawberry breakfast bar recipe, lemon roasted tilapia and vegetable recipe, Filipino chicken adobo recipe, and pineapple upside down cake recipe to name a few. You'll find sauce recipes, appetizer recipes, side dish recipes, snack recipes, breakfast recipes, sauce recipes, side recipes, dinner recipes, drink recipes and so much more. To read more about this subject, visit the website link below to Jay's Sweet N Sour Life.
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