Some people are not banana people. I witnessed this many times when I worked at a smoothie and frozen yogurt shop. It was like they had a panic attack just thinking about banana coming near their drink.
” You can take banana out of that right???”
“No ma’am the banana is now fused into the blender, the cup, and your soul. I’m afraid there is no way for me to take the banana out.”
::staring at me with a look of sheer terror::
“Yes, of course I can take the banana out you monkey”
I am a banana person. I like banana bread, strawberry banana smoothies, banana splits, banana pancakes… and I like saying the word banana.
Everybody now… BANANA. Come on its fun!!
So growing up when I smelled banana bread or anything banana of the sort I knew I was going to be happy…
If you don’t agree please immediately get some banana bread, heat it up slightly and put some butta (Paula Dean accent) on it. You will soon want to make out with the loaf of banana bread. You’re welcome.
This is the banana crack of all banana treats. Be prepared, it is sweet, banana-y, and friggen delicious.
1/2 cup margarine/butter
1 1/2 cup sugar
2 cups flour
1 t. soda
1 t. salt
1 t. vanilla
3/4 cup sour cream
3 ripe bananas (mashed)
You can use half Splenda/sugar if you desire…
Mix wet ingredients first. Combine dry ingredients and then mix into wet ingredients.
Use jelly roll pan, greased and floured. Make sure to shake off any excess flour. Bake at 350-375, 30 minutes
Frost with brown butter frosting
2 T. butter melted
1 t. vanilla adding
1 T. milk
Add powdered sugar to the consistency of “spreadability”
Shake of salt
I hope you make them and enjoy them. And if you are not a banana person, I’m sorry but you cannot take the bananas out of this recipe. That would just be bananas.