Caribbean Banana Bread. If you are used to baking banana bread you will know that the best ones to use are the over ripe What I always find interesting is the lack of spices. I am a Caribbean girl who enjoys cooking and. Tender and moist Caribbean Banana Nut Bread smothered in a buttery brown sugar glaze – Cause it's the Holidays.
Being that bananas are my favorite fruit it was only natural for me to share with. Try this is a classic Caribbean Banana Bread Recipe that makes your loaf of banana bread very moist and very tasty. It is a great way of using those over ripe bananas. You can have Caribbean Banana Bread using 11 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Caribbean Banana Bread
- It’s of all purpose flour.
- It’s of baking soda.
- You need of cinnamon.
- You need of salt.
- Prepare of sugar.
- Prepare of oil.
- It’s of eggs.
- You need of over ripe bananas.
- Prepare of vanilla.
- Prepare of shredded coconut.
- You need of chopped walnuts.
Banana bread is eaten in many countries, of course. But it is especially popular in the Caribbean, particularly in Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas. Mix the flour, salt, cinnamon, baking soda together in a bowl. Found this on-line at recipeisland.com/caribbean recipes and am posting it for ZWT.
Caribbean Banana Bread instructions
- Preheat oven to 350°.
- Mix the flour, salt, cinnamon, baking soda together in a bowl. Set aside.
- Combine mashed bananas, sugar, oil, eggs, vanilla in a mixer or by hand.
- Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients. Gently fold in coconut and walnuts..
- Spray a loaf pan. Add mixture, top with walnuts if you like. Bake for 50 mins or until tooth is clean.
Just a touch of coconut makes this Caribbean Banana Bread extra moist. Remove from oven and cool completely on a rack. Remove the banana bread from the pan. This Caribbean Banana Bread recipe is just that and fairly close to perfection. I've always loved banana bread, its moist, sweet, and fruity flavor always taking me back to my I packed my banana bread batter with a tad more than the one cup of mashed banana called for by.