Thursday, March 26, 2009

Semi-Homemade Banana Bread


1 box of banana bread mix
2 eggs
1/4 cup of vegetable oil
1 cup milk
3 very ripe bananas

I had 4 very ripe bananas left in my apartment after a recent Costco trip (on a side note, why do my costco bananas always ripe up so quickly???). It was easy to go online and search for a semi-homemade banana bread recipe!!!! It turned out pretty well too and tasted quite good!

Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees.

First mash the three bananas in a large bowl. I just used a fork and mashed it till it was mushy. I couldn't get all the lumps out.

Next put in the banana bread mix, the 2 eggs, 1/4 cup veggie oil, and milk into the large bowl with the smashed bananas. Mix together until all ingredients have been incorporated well.

I used two disposable bread loaf container to fill in all my batter (which was about half way through) and then put them inside the oven.

It took a long time to bake!!! The box said 50-60 mins, but it wasn't ready yet when i checked so I must have left it in there for around an hour and a half!

It turned out moist and delicious though. If you want a less cakey texture, use one cup of water instead of milk!

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