Banana Blueberry Bread and a Girl’s Best Friend
Alright I know I promised some of my facebook friends this recipe this morning after taunting them with a picture last night. Well see I ahem “borrow” my internet from my neighbor(don’t worry she knows) and for some reason I had no connection today till now.I’ll blame the cloudy rainy weather, but well I kinda like the cloudy rainy weather, so don’t really wanna blame it.
This is the picture I taunted them with.
3 loaves of freshly baked banana blueberry bread. As always quite simple to make. We delivered 2 loaves to friends here in town and the third loaf well will be all gone after the kids go to bed…
Banana Blueberry Bread Recipe
- 1/2 cup butter, softened
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 cup mashed fully ripe bananas ( I used 6 bananas)
- 2 cups Sour Cream
- 4 eggs
- 4 1/2 cups flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon salt
Mix together the butter and the sugar in one bowl. Then smash your bananas in another bowl along with the eggs and sour cream and mix. When done combine the two bowls and throw in the last of the ingredients. Then….
Fold in 2 cups of blueberries and bake on 350 for about 50 minutes until a toothpick,knife, whatever you use comes out clean. This is a very moist bread.It will make 3 loaves so you can halve it if you want to. I prefer to make more though and give it away before I eat it all.
While I was making the bread last night I realized I was down to the last of my flour! Now me being down to the last of my flour is like well me being down to the last of my coffee!! My palms start to sweat, I get the shakes…I think I’ll never bake again.It’s just not a pretty sight! So today after we all woke up we set into town to get some more flour and what I got was the most wonderful thing ever!!!
50 pounds of flour! Yes 50 pounds. Seeing as I just went through a 25 pound bag in roughly 3 weeks I’m thinking this will last a tad bit longer. Now most girls want their guys to bring or give them flowers. Me well I’d prefer my guy just bring me a bag of flour. Seriously if he ever did that I would jump straight into his arms!
Now the question is how am I getting this 50 pound bag of flour up my stairs and into my house? It was quite the site watching me and my oldest put it into the cart and then into the back of the car. Bringing it inside when we got home was NOT an option!