Hi Ya’ll!! I am a creative, coupon clipping, and frugal living mom in the Tri-Cities TN. I have been couponing for over 15 years, and I am always looking for ways to save a buck.I love to cook in my crock pot, look for bargins,decorate and makes crafts on the cheap too, and shop Consignment sales. I like to encourage local folks to shop local by doing reviews of local businesses. A Frugal Chick always gives back and I share ideas on how to do that too.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Easy Sunday Brunch: Easy Banana Bread
This was a WINNER in our house..
I made 4 mini loaves... and my hubby ate an entire one!
My family loves banana's but I refuse to buy anything but Ingles $1.50 bags
so we always end up with too many.. And so this recipe was food saver!
So here is what you need:
3 to 4 aging bananas ( $1.50 for a whole bag at Ingles)
One box Yellow cake mix ( Super Cheap at Kroger's this week)
1/2 cup to 1 cup Chocolate chips ( super cheap at kroger's this week), nuts.etc.
My Gracie poo can't eat nuts
so we avoid them.
I used some nestle mini chips cause I got them on de cheap at Kroger's awhile back!
First add the bananas to a bowl and mash them. I gave this job to my daughter,
cause she loves to help. I used my tator masher to get the job done.
Oh preheat that oven to 350' first.
Then add the other ingredients, and stir and stir and stir.
Spray your bread pan with Pam and flour or use Baking Pam.
Then put it in your bread pans.
You can make 2 large, 4 mini, whatever works for you!
( My bread pans are old, My Great Aunt Imogene gave them to me ( she is 97) so I have no idea how long she had them)
Bake for 35 to 45 minutes... AND then go sing...
Bananas in pyjamas Are coming down the stairs Bananas in pyjamas Are coming down in pairs Bananas in pyjamas Are chasing teddy bears