Blueberry-Banana Bread

  • portland Posted: 05/29/10
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    i made these for memorial day - they were delicious. nice, moist, good texture, buttery flavor. i made muffins instead of a loaf. the streusel topping was a little disappointing. i couldn't discern the banana chips very well, and it was messy to handle. still i will definately make these again.

  • 78jessica Posted: 06/27/09
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    This was okay, but I didn't care for the texture.

  • bstanchie Posted: 11/03/10
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    This absolutely one of my favorite quick breads. I make it all the time. It comes out great everytime and everyone always loves it. It freezes well. I use it for teacher gifts too.

  • JennySmith Posted: 08/08/10
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    This banana bread was tasty and moist. I followed the recipe, except when I was mushing up my bananas, I realized I only had about a half cup's worth of bananas. I made it anyway, and it just wasn't super banana-y in flavor. Another change I made was that I did not put the banana chips in the streusel because I didn't have any. Even so, everything came out tasty and great!

  • KTDETTLE Posted: 03/09/11
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    Very nice combination of two favorites, blueberries and banana bread. I made it a bit more healthy by using 3 Tblsp butter, 3 Tblsp canola oil, 1/2 WW pastry flour, only 1/2 cup sugar. The rest was the same. The results were perfect. Noone would guess it was the healthy alterntive.

  • happyreader1 Posted: 12/14/10
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    I also substituted quick oats for the grits and then made them in mini muffin size (30 min.). The kids love it and I am sneaking in both fruit and whole grains! A super recipe!

  • Judie F Posted: 05/16/11
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    This was really good and easy to put together. I substituted gluten free all-purpose flour and as I didn't have buttermilk I used greek yogurt. Cooked it about 10 minutes longer. My husband (who usually doesn't go for gluten free baking ate it up and came back for more.

  • SDiver Posted: 05/28/12
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    I doubled this recipe and made it with powdered buttermilk. Added some chocolate chips and omitted the topping altogether. Baked in muffin cups for about 25 minutes. They were very tasty and we will make this again but add more blueberries than the recipe calls for.

  • DIane500metro Posted: 01/19/13
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    Absolutely fabulous,moist great flavor,one of the best recipes I have. I made with Splenda.and no topping,added more blueberries thanks.


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