Classic Banana Bread
So many people got through the first few months of this pandemic by baking. From sourdough bread to chocolate chip cookies to homemade pizza dough... There was evidence of home baking all over the internet.
Another popular foodie project during lockdown? Baking banana bread.
I watched as photos of banana bread filled my Instagram feed. As a blogger, my first instinct was to sit down and draft a post to go along with my version of this classic banana bread. But then I hesitated and walked away from my computer.
I didn't want my post to get lost in the noise. And, to be honest, I've been sitting on this recipe and these photos for a long time (years 🤦♀️...). So I didn't see the harm in waiting a few more months to share it.
I love this banana bread recipe for a handful of reasons. It's versatile, so you can adjust it to include nuts, blueberries, chocolate chips... The possibilities are endless!
And it's a great way to use up the last of the yogurt in that 32-ounce container hiding at the back of your refrigerator. I've made it with plain yogurt as well as plan Greek yogurt. Both will work well here.
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