Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Whole wheat flour banana bread


The comment from Judy of Judy’s Gold Country cottage , took me back to my childhood days. I always love the rainy days. I grew up in India, which is a tropical country. Rainy season is a different season  there. During that season, it rains almost everyday. Rainy season is a vital season, as the farming of the country very much depends on that season. Anyway, when I was small I always loved the heavy rain in the morning. As I knew that very few students would turn up to school, the whole day in school would be fun, rather study. Though, my mom tried to resist me to go school on those rainy days, but I ended up going to school. Today, in the afternoon while I was sitting in my bedroom, and staring to the cloudy sky, I felt to write down this little memory. No, I'm not chatting , I'm also giving a recipe of banana bread, which you can enjoy with a cup of coffee on a rainy afternoon.



One and one fourth cup whole wheat flour

Half cup sugar

One chopped walnut

One tsp. of baking powder

One tsp. of cinnamon powder

One tsp. of nutmeg powder

One third cup of oil

Two eggs

Two ripe bananas


Preheat the  oven at 350 degree F. Smash the bananas with a fork and keep aside. In a big mixing bowl mix all the dry ingredients, except sugar. In another mixing bowl mix sugar, and eggs very well,with an electric mixer. Gradually mix the dry mixture, while mixing. Then add the banana paste, and mix well. Lastly add the walnuts, and fold with a spatula. Take 9”X5” in baking pan, grease with  oil or butter spray. Pour the batter, and bake for half an hour , or a knife comes out clean while inserted in the middle.


22 comments:

Beauty Unearthly said...

Lovely post dear! xx

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Hi Krishna. The bread looks so good and healthy. Thanks for the visit. We are having lots of rain now. Our grounds need it though..Have a wonderful Easter..Happy Wednesday..Judy

Sandi said...

SO much yum!

Chris Lally said...

Banana bread - real comfort cooking & perfect for a cloudy day!
Thank you, Krishna. Looks yummy!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Krishna, What a wonderful recipe for your banana bread. It looks so delicious. This recipe is a bit different from mine and one I'd love to try. Thank you for sharing. Wishing you a wonderful week. xoxo

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

Krishna, I love using whole wheat flour when possible. Your banana bread looks moist and delicious. ♥

Betsy said...

Will try this one. It looks hearty and I love whole wheat made breads. Thank you for the recipe.
betsy

JoJo said...

I love banana bread with the whole wheat pastry flour. IT's delicious!

Anya Dryagina said...

It seems really tasty!
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Regine Karpel said...

Beautiful.

Annie's Journal said...

Thanks for sharing your interesting childhood memories Krishna. Love rainy days too when I was a child...it was always a welcome thing in the tropics - a relief from hot humid days...even the frogs are happy with their croaking. I always associate frogs with rain:)
I'm don't do much baking but your banana bread recipe seems uncomplicated and easy to make...I'll give it a try. Thank you for that too:) Wishing you a good day!

Rajesh said...

I think I have tasted this before. This is good.

Beatrice Euphemie said...

A perfect treat for a rainy day, Krishna! I love using whole wheat flours for baking and have been looking for a good banana bread recipe with whole wheat. Thank you for sharing this! xx Karen

Margaret-whiteangel said...

Delicious is that cake, my recipe is very similar :)

Gosia k said...

fantastic recipe

Manu said...

Oh, I love banana bread and yours looks delicious!

La Table De Nana said...

Looks yummy:)

Nancy Chan said...

I love banana bread with walnuts. Looks great and yummy!

Irreplaceable_fashion said...

Looks delicious, I will try it:)

Alejandra said...

yummy! looks deli:)
HAPPY WEEKEND
xoxo
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ellen abbott said...

I haven't made banana bread in many years. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Elif Sağlık said...

It is look Delicious

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