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Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Get out a pan to pour the batter into. I personally use a 33x14cm pan.
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- 18⅓ g butter
- mixing bowl
Melt the butter. (If you want the banana bread to be more like cake than bread, don’t fully melt the butter, then cream it with the sugar.)
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- 33⅓ g sugar
Add the sugar to the melted or softened butter and whisk it.
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- ⅓ eggs
Now crack the two eggs and whisk it till it’s a smooth consistency.
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- ⅛ tsp vanilla sugar
- 10 ml milk
Add the milk and the vanilla to the mixture.
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- ½ bananas
Peel the bananas and mash them into the mix. I usually use a fork to mash them along the side of the bowl, then mix it and if I find chunks, either leave them or mash them more depending on what I want.
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- 42⅔ g flour
- ⅛ tsp baking soda
- ⅛ tsp salt
Add flour, baking soda, and salt. Mix it until it is completely fluid with no dry clumps.
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- chocolate chips/nuts/berries (optional)
If you’re adding chocolate, nuts, or berries, add that into the mix.
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- baking pan
Pour the mixture into the baking pan.
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Bake it for 55-65 minutes. I use a metal thermometer needle for grilling meat to check if it’s fully baked through, but you can use anything in your kitchen that is thin and long to poke into the banana bread.
Enjoy your meal!