A Twist on Banana Bread

I don’t have a picture because I ate this before I had the chance.  To be fair, I didn’t think I would be making a post about this because, c’mon, it’s banana bread.  Everyone makes banana bread.  I really should just document everything before I let my brain run things.

I made regular old banana bread and used a regular old banana bread recipe.  So I’m not going to repeat it here (well… maybe later… when I remember to take pictures).  Just know that this is what I replaced to make a very different tasting (yet equally delicious) bread.


  • Granulated sugar
  • Oil
  • Nuts


  • Dark brown sugar
  • Melted butter
  • Chocolate chips

Replace these one-for-one and you get a very ginger-bread-esque quick bread (probably because of the dark brown sugar; gotta love molasses!).  It’s more crumbly and less moist than regular banana bread and is distinctly different.  I wouldn’t replace banana bread with this, I would simple also make this bread, contributing even more to my love of bread.  This is banana bread’s delicious cousin.  Love him! +6 science


2 responses to “A Twist on Banana Bread”

  1. Dawn Avatar

    Melted butter – always the way to go in my opinion. I used to eat it by the stick when I was little (by the stick! >.<) It's true. Good for your brain development saturated fats. Thank you mom and dad! :D

    Seriously, you should name your bread "banana twist bread" when you post up pics and the recipe Huzzah! :D

    1. Gir Avatar

      I like the name. Consider it done! Also, butter equals amazing!!!

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