Chocolate Banana Nut Bread

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Did you ever freeze ripe bananas? I know that seems strange but they freeze well if you leave the peel on. I find that vacuum-sealed bags work the best when you freeze any kind of food. When you want to make a banana bread, you just need to thaw the frozen bananas and they’re perfectly ripe. I love keeping a few quick breads in the freezer. Just place the the frozen bread on your kitchen counter overnight and you have an instant dessert the next day.
This delicious recipe filled the house with an incredible smell of brownies! The combination of bananas and chocolate was a big hit. I hope you enjoy this recipe!

*This recipe is linked to:

This Week’s Cravings
Sweets for a Saturday
Let’s Break Bread Together

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    A Mom After God's Own Heart says

    Wow, this is sounding very yummy! I am going to have to make a couple adjustments for my diabetes but yummy!!! Please come by my blog to accept an award I have for you!

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    This sounds awesome!! I freeze bananas all the time, but I peel ’em first…just cuz I never know if I’m gonna throw ’em in a smoothie, make ice cream, or bake with them! Love this recipe, Jane! Thanks for sharing it w/ t4t this week =)

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    I freeze all sorts of fruits – but I always have some bananas ready to go! This bread sounds so yummy – chocolate and banana’s just go together. Thanks for linking to Two for Tuesdays!

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    Wow, that bread really does resemble brownies. I always buy the $1 bags of bananas to freeze. The sticker on them says that the bag contains 5-6 lbs, but it’s usually closer to 10. I love a bargain, and they’re better for baking and shakes anyhow. Thanks for tempting me with your recipe for Two for Tuesday.

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    That was an awesome recipe Jane!And it looks so yummy!Well, I hadn’t thought of freezing bananas so far since all I did was chomp on them as is.I did not have that many bananas recipes,to be honest!But your recipe gives me a good idea to do so now:)

    Thanks so much for visiting my space and linking up:)



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