Peanut Banana Bread
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 45 min. + cooling
Makes2 loaves (12 slices each)
This recipe is delicious! A family favorite and something we always enjoy.
I love this bread! It was a huge hit with my son also, and I'm making it again for a special breakfast treat for his birthday. Easy to make, moist, and delicious!! Can't go wrong with banana, chocolate, and peanut butter!
I love this bread. Very easy to make & full of flavor. I've made this many times & everyone loves it. Usually I double the recipe & use 1 regular sized bread pan then use the remaining batter in mini bread pans. Makes a nice gift & freezes well.
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I made this last Thanksgiving. It's very good, but next time I will omit the chocolate chips.
I made these in a bundt pan using same amounts (maybe couple more ripe bananas) My bananas were VERY ripe. It came out wonderful. I think I will do a variation on an apple crisp this way.
This has to be one of my favorite bread recipes! I just love it!
Used banana flavoring instead of vanilla and used mini-chocolate chips and put into the batter. Made one loaf plus 6 muffins... was good the first day; but much bretter the 2nd! Also, did what a few others suggested and put the majority of the topping between the layers and covered the top and still had some left over.
I wonder if I did something wrong since everyone seems to like this so well . . . I halved the recipe to make only one loaf but otherwise made it exactly as specified. I cooked it for one hour and the toothpick came out clean. When I went to cut it, though, the entire inside was wet dough. I had to put it back in the oven and cooked it for another full 65 minutes just to get it to turn into bread! It was terrible! And then it didn't taste very awesome - very little banana or peanut butter flavor and extremely sweet. Maybe I should have tried muffins. I wouldn't make this one again - I would stick to the Cranberry Banana bread. Much better.
melt in you mouth delicious !