Reviews written by tia
Awe, banana delight brings back a lot of good memories with my friends....ahem
I plan on making this on a volunteer camping trip to Cebello Canyon. I just experimented and made some in my oven b/c I can't wait to eat them. I think I over cooked them b/c they came out a little watery.
Listen up, this is the perfect camping treat. Very inexpensive even with quality items.
All that's missing is that WHISKEY, hum-that-tune, and my San Francisco friends.
I recently made my first batch of banana walnut bread from this recipe. I bought non-aluminum baking soda instead of the powder. I attempted to only use that and I think the results were still good. I wonder what the texture would have been like w/ it. I will know next time. I didn't get the curdling effect w/ rice (not soy) milk and apple cider.
I would maybe add a little less sugar. I think my over ripe bananas were were very sweet.
I gave some b-bread to some friends and they loved it. Yes, you can have yummy desserts w/o milk or eggs!
I will be using this recipe in the future (w/chia seeds)!
I recently bought my first batch on chia seeds. I found them at the local farmer's market. A Mennonite (Christian Anabaptist) family of 8 sells them and runs their own local baking company. Very interesting family.
Also, they claim that chia seeds do not lose their nutrients during cooking. Cross your fingers.
I am excited to start using them many different recipes!