Thursday, October 16, 2008

vegan mofo day 16: ahh sorry!

i don't have time to make a long post. my life is crazy right now! i have a history midterm, a reading response essay, and a research paper; i haven't gotten any good piano practicing in, i'm falling behind on my french and physics, i have ballet rehearsal until 10, and i need to get started on filling out college applications. in addition to all of that i'm going to lafayette tomorrow for family stuff and won't be back til monday. unggghghh i'm stressed! so vegan mofo is having to go on the back burner until i get my life back together. next post i hope will be on tuesday after i get back but maybe monday night. i'm going to bed early tonight but i'm going to try and comment everyone's blogs!

here is the promised banana bread. this stuff is good, seriously. you can use pretty much any flour but i like whole wheat and i think it actually rises better with it.



alaina's so-simple-you-will-squeal-with-glee banana bread

2 cups flour
3 ripe bananas
3/4 cup sugar
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
egg replacer for 2 eggs

preheat oven to 350 F.
put all ingredients in the food processor and blend.
pour into a greased loaf pan and bake for one hour.

16 comments:

shelby said...

I am squealing with glee! I'm going to make this once I get to my new house!!! Banana bread has so many variations its hard to choose a recipe. I like this one because it's so simple =) Thanks for the recipe

magpie said...

You mentioned Lafayette - the college? Both my parents went there :) I'm from PA and NJ originally.

sweetpotato said...

Thanks for the recipe!!! I am going to make this soon, I've got 3 bananas ripe and ready to be baked into bread :-D

shellyfish said...

Your banana bread is just beautiful! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Sanja said...

Good luck with allll those things you have to do! :-(

Your banana bread looks wonderful.

Virginia said...

banana bread is such a classic, isn't it? i mean, who doesn't just love banana bread?? your recipe looks awesome!

VeggieGirl said...

Ahhh, you KNOW how much I love banana bread (since I bake loaves of it soooo often, haha) - love the simple, unadulterated version!! :0)

HANG IN THERE WITH THE CRAZINESS!!

Jeni Treehugger said...

*squeals with glee*

Don't let the Fo stress you out!

Conquerbysmiling said...

Aww Good luck with school !i hate it when school stresses me out, but that banana bread looks like the perfect remedy;)

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Ugh, I'm stressed right now too! But the banana bread looks sooo simple I *might* have time to make it!!!

River said...

Simple recipes with few ingredients are the best! The bread looks perfect!
Hope you get de-stressed soon!!

Veg-a-Nut said...

Relax, take deep breaths, and we will see you back on Monday nite or so. Hang in there.

The Cooking Lady said...

I made this and you ladies need to stop what you are doing and go bake this. It is to die for, and I mean that literally.

Hey Plain, I gave you a heads up on my blog about this recipe. I am making another loaf today, for the last one I made did not last 24 hours. Does that tell you something?

Skippy said...

My mother made this and I absolutely loved it!! Since the making of this bread she has threatened anyone in the house hold, if they touch any of the ripening bananas, she will come at them with a weapon I rather leave nameless. So needless to say it was a big hit.

Thanks so much for posting the recipe.

maya said...

i like this recipe sounds easy/simple, but delicious. i was planning on baking banana bread i think ill try it.

Annie said...

I'm going to try that! Do you think Flax seed will work as the "egg"?