Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Guest Kitchen... Mum's Banana and Raisin Loaf

What's better than going back to mums with a bunch of over ripe bananas, going out for the day and coming home to mum having turned them into a banana and raisin cake...?

We came back to London today for meetings and mum put up with us and the dog again...bless her!

... So this is her kitchen and my mum making a guest spot on Belleau Kitchen...


8oz s.r. flour
4oz margarine
4oz brown sugar

In a bowl, mix the above into breadcrumbs then add as much cinnamon as you like (1/4 teaspoon ish)

4oz sultanas or raisins or dates go in next
Then add 2 mashed ripe bananas
Beat 2 eggs and add these and mix it all together.

Pour into a loaf tin and bake in the oven for 45 mins at 170c

Thanks mum x

Eat and of course, enjoy!


  1. What a lovely bread. It has just the right degree of sweet and the bananas will keep it all moist and lovely. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

  2. It is so «homely» and looks very tasty! I have made cakes with bananas and strawberry)))

  3. Love banana bread- Thanks for sharing your family recipe! I'd have to substitute walnuts for the raisins though...

  4. i think there are as many banananana bread recipes as baanannanananna bread lovers!! I prefer chocolate chips in mine...but might stretch to dates next time I have overripe banananananannas!! :) Lucky you!

  5. I just made the bread and is so yummy! Will def make it again.. Also i like that it is easy to make and takes not much time to preper. Thank u x


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