This Banana bread is very popular with my family and with my ex-husband's family. I get requests for it and the recipe all the time. I wanted to make it into a mix, and while looking at it, I discovered it wouldn't be the least bit difficult...so here it is!! Enjoy it!
servesYield,: 2 loaf pans, 1 bundt, 24 muffins or an 9 x 13 pan
TO MAKE THE BANANA BREAD:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Prepare desired pan/s generously with vegetable spray and set aside.
Cream butter and sugar together until fluffy. Add mashed bananas and eggs beat well.
Pour mix into a mixer bowl and make a well. Pour liquid ingredients into the well of the dry mix. Beat just until combined. Do Not Over Beat. Pour into prepared pans and spread as evenly as possible. For muffins/cupcakes with higher tops, fill cups 1/4 inch from the top (you will have a few less yield). (For regular muffins/cupcakes fill 3/4 full).
TO MAKE THE STREUSEL MIX:
Empty mix contents into a bowl. Cut the butter in with a pastry blender or a couple of butter knives. Mixture will resemble large peas (not bigger). Sprinkle on bread loaves, pans or muffin/cupcakes generously and evenly before baking.
Bake for designated times:
4"x7" loaf pans (2) for 20-25 minutes, (1) for 55 minutes
8-9" rounds for 30-35 minutes
13x9" 40-45 minutes
cupcakes/muffins 15-20 minutes
standard bundt 50-60 minutes
or until done; a wooden skewer or knife inserted into the middle comes out clean.
Allow bread to cool in pan/s for 5 minutes before removing to cooling racks to cool completely. Refrigerate either in an airtight container or well wrapped in foil.
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