Love Sea Shanty's Banana Bread Recipe

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 I found seashanty's blog link on this website and found saw the banana bread recipe on there.  I made it this morning for 8 guests and they loved it and ate it all up.  I loved it too!  I've been making the same banana bread for two years which has slices of bananas in it instead of mashed and that has been a hit too.  It was nice to try something different.

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I'm still trying to find this recipe.  Do you have it?

 

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This thread is 4 years old. That blog does not exist as  SS is not innkeeper there any longer. SS may peek in and find your request.

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thank you!

i'm away at a wedding and a funeral - no cliche - but peek in here in a free moment.

have an innsitter at the inn.

 

 

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seashanty wrote:

thank you!

i'm away at a wedding and a funeral - no cliche - but peek in here in a free moment.

have an innsitter at the inn.

 

 

I have had guests asking me alot about innsitting. The don't know what it is, or if it is, they think they have just come up with the idea and think it would be fun.  Then they confess they always think about owning an inn each time they stay at one. 

I want to tell everyone, that truly is a great compliment!  Yes, we make it look like a super fun job.  At times it can be.

 

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I found SS's banana bread recipe shortly after we opened & have been using it ever since.  In fact, I have a couple of mini loaves in the freezer.  It gets rave reviews because it's so moist.  I baked it once in a large pan in my side oven after the lightning strike took out the main oven.  Guests didn't go for it like they do with the mini loaves.  I actually use half a mini loaf per person& garnish with banana slices.  Any leftovers & I offer a zip lock bag for them to take it with them. 

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Hope you don't mind Seashanty, here's the recipe from her blog:

BANANA BREAD

[edited by Swirt to link directly to the recipe so that her blog is not diminished by the duplicate content appearing here.]

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Where's the recipe? Post it, post it!!!!  Rah, rah rah!

 

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Me too! LOVE that recipe. Have made it as mini-muffins a few times already--they were gobbled up before I could even get mine. Just got walnuts to make another batch... maybe this weekend. It's just so simple and yummy. My old recipe had all sorts of ingredients that I don't keep on hand.

Thanks, SS!! Great blog, too, by the way.

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