Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Reese's Peanut Butter Banana Bread

I bake? Really? That's apart of this blog? You wouldn't know it because it feels like for.ever. since I have done a baking post!

I'm sure a lot of you have this recipe on your Pinterest boards, I know I do! It's been there for a while & I had a desire to make a bread last weekend so I gave it a shot. Would you believe me if I said it was SO YUMMY that I forgot to take a picture of the sliced loaf before it was all gone? Well you have to believe me because that's a true story.

I actually put mine back in the oven after this picture, so it was darker in the end!

The original recipe is from this blog here.

Head on over there to get the directions & the ingredients. (I'm not trying to steal her idea, or re-invent a wheel here) But I will show you my step by step photos. I personally prefer step by step photos of recipes. I'm a visual learner.


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This would be where you would remember to take a picture of your bread sliced. (If you're so inclined to photo every baking step like I am) Next time I make something, I'll try to remember not to put my camera away while it's cooling!

This bread is absolutely delish! Cookies & Cups mentions that you may have to vary your baking time and temperature because she used a ceramic loaf pan. I did have to do this with mine. Like I said, I had to put it back into the oven after this picture because it wasn't quite done!

If you give this recipe a try, I'd love to hear how yours turns out! And even if you don't plan on making this, still head over to Cookies & Cups because she has some AWESOME recipes!


Unknown said...

First Grade Blue Skies

Kristin said...

Oh my word! Please, I want a piece!!
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

Sandra said...

Mmm... looks delish! I saw the post title and had to peek!!! LOL
❤ Sandra
Sweet Times in First

Unknown said...

Yum!!! I am definitely making this recipe! Thank you for sharing! :)

Learning with Mrs. Parker said...

This looks delicious. YUM!
More posts like this please.

Allyson McGuire said...

I would not have shared...any of it! Those are some of my favorite things all put together. I'll have to try it!


Journey of a Substitute Teacher (Ms. T) said...

Look super yummy!

Journey of a Substitute Teacher

Miss Kindergarten said...

Um yum! Totally making this!

Katherine said...

This looks delish! :)

Laura said...

Had no idea there was such a thing! Looks yummy!

Peace, Love and First Grade

Caitlin said...

Sounds SO delicious!!

Kindergarten Smiles

Cupcake said...

Mmmm love PB!

A Cupcake for the Teacher

cookies and cups said...

Thanks for the link back! Glad you liked it :)

Tami said...

My mouth is watering!!

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