Banana Walnut Bread

Banana Walnut Bread
Banana Walnut Bread a delicious breakfast or dinner anyone can cook easily by following the recipe instructions. It has the healthy bananas and walnuts.
And also a way to use up the well riped brown skin bananas. If your bananas are too riped with fully brown skin covered , do not throw them out. Use them with this banana walnut bread recipe nad you will happy that you didn't waste the bananas and ended with deliciously yummy banana bread loaf. Sure try this recipe and you will be satisfied with the loaf.

Banana Walnut Bread

Banana Walnut Bread

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  • Calories: 2683
  • 1 ¼ cups All purpose Flour
  • 2 Large well ripe bananas(with more brown skin)
  • ½ cup chopped walnuts
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • ½ cup unsalted butter, at room temperature

  1. Bring all the ingredients to room temperature.
  2. Mix flour, salt and baking soda in a small bowl.
  3. Whisk the eggs and vanilla extract in another bowl and set aside. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and coat a 9 x 5 loaf pan with butter/clarified butter(ghee).
  4. Cream the butter and sugar in a large bowl with electric hand mixer or stand mixer. Pour the egg and vanilla mixture into the same bowl and mix it until they are combined.
  5. If using bananas with full brown skin, mash it with fork. I used bananas with little brown skin, so blended it well in Indian mixer. Now add the mashed/blended bananas to the butter mixture and mix them well with electric hand mixer/stand mixer.
  6. Now fold the mixed salt, flour and baking soda mixer with the banana, egg mixture using a spatula and pour them to the pan and bake it for 55 minutes or until inserting a tooth pick and came out clear.

Step-wise Pictures

Banana Walnut Bread - Step1
Bring all the ingredients to room temperature. coat a 9 x 5 inch loaf pan.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step2
Add all purpose flour in a bowl to mix all dry ingredients. put salt into it.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step3
Put the baking soda also to the flour.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step4
Mix them all together.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step5
Drop the eggs in a small bowl and also pour the vanilla extract to it.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step6
Whisk the egg and vanilla extract till they foam.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step7
Unwrap the butter and put the sugar into a large mixing bowl.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step8
Cream them well with electric hand mixer or stand mixer. Then pour the egg mixture into it.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step9
Beat them well until they are mixed well.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step10
My bananas are not with fully browned skin, so I added them to an Indian mixer jar to puree them and then add. If you have ripe bananas with fully browned skin, then mash them with fork or spoon and then add them.

Banana Walnut Bread  - Step11
Now my bananas are pureed which measure 1 cup. Used 2 bananas.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step12
Now add the bananas mashed/pureed to the mixing bowl egg, butter mixture.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step13
Now mix them well till they are combined.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step14
Now add the flour mixture to the banana mixture.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step15
Mix them well with a spatula.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step16
Add the half cup chopped walnuts to the flour mixture.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step17
Mix them with the spatula till all thenuts are incorporated.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step18
Pour the bread mixture into butter greased loaf pan.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step19
Bake it in the oven for 55 mins or until a toothpick inserted comes out clear without any bread mixture sticking to it.Once done cool the bread in wire rack for 5 mins.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step20
Now take out the banana bread from the pan to the wire rack and cool completely.

Banana Walnut Bread - Step21

Banana bread tastes good the next day. Keep the banana bread covered in room temperature and it stays good for 4 to 5 days in cool weather.

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