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Welcome to Freezer Food Friday.


Here is a recipe fit for making ahead and pulling out when needed. Please share your recipe on your blog ( or in the comments here if you do not have a blog ) and link it below.


Banana Bread (Mister Rogers’ Favorite)

4 overripe bananas
1 c sugar
1 egg
1 1/2 cups flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1/3 c melted butter (3 TB solid)

In a medium bowl, mash bananas with a fork. Stir in other ingredients, in order given. Pour into Teflon coated or buttered 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 loaf pan. Bake one hour in oven preheated to 325°

Notes: Overripe bananas are best — really overripe. Black bananas give a real banana flavor for any baked recipe. Bananas that are just right for eating can barely be tasted when added to breads or cakes. Bananas can be frozen as is, no additional wrapping (other than the natural skin) is necessary. Let them get to be solid black, then freeze. Thaw when ready for use. You can add 2 cup pecans or whatever is your favorite if you like banana-nut bread. These breads freeze well for up to two months.


Comments on: "Banana Bread (Mister Rogers’ Favorite)" (3)

  1. I had no idea you could freeze bananas *after* they turn black! This will save a whole lot of bananas in our house!

  2. Love having quick breads & muffins in the freezer. Banana bread is probably our #1 choice here.

    Love freezing the bananas, just a word of warning, you might want to toss them in a freezer bag. If you ever lose power, melted ripe banana is a PITA to clean up! lol

  3. YUM! I LOVE banana bread! I have several bananas in my freezer. need to use them up one of these days.

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