When Melissa was a child, her Aunt Ann taught her to make banana bread. This is still that same recipe. We have made no changes to the base recipe, but we have come up with some amazing variations:
Of course, you can get our classic banana bread. We stick to the family recipie.
Salted Caramel Walnut Banana Bread
We make our own salted caramel roasted walnuts and add them into the bread. It adds a sweet crunch. We then top the bread with more nuts.
Strawberry Banana Bread
Strawberries are a natural pairing with bananas. We add chunks of strawberries into the batter. We finish by topping the bread with our light sugar streusel
Mango Banana Bread
Mangos and bananas are natural partners, being tropical fruits. We add whole chunks of mango to the batter. We top it off with our light sugar streusel.
Butterscotch Banana Bread
Sean loves butterscotch, and Melissa is always willing to try something new to see if she can make his butterscotch dreams come true. We add butterscotch oil to the batter along with butterscotch chips. We top it with an oatmeal crumble streusel.
Peanut Butter Banana Bread
We think peanut butter and banana sandwiches are super yummy, so of course we had to add peanut butter and peanut butter chips. We top it with a light sugar and peanut butter chip streusel.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Swirl Banana Bread
For this fan favorite we make a Pumpkin flavored cheesecake bread and swirl it on top of our classic banana bread.
Net Wt. 9 oz