The other day I shared a brand new cake recipe that included the perfect trifecta of flavors. Peanut butter, chocolate and… banana!
I’ve always been a fan of these flavors together, but banana-flavored anything is always at the top of my list!
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Did I hear you say “me too!”? Great!
Then you’ll have to check out my recipe roundup filled with my best banana recipes.
When I think of the top 10 must-bake recipes, banana bread is one of them.
But this version is extra special because it comes from my Grandma Metzger’s recipe box.
Not only is her recipe the best, it’s the easiest too.
All you need is some simple ingredients and over-ripe bananas and you’ll be well on your way to a tasty breakfast or dessert!
Click HERE to see the recipe.
This cake was a total experiment. But boy, I’m thrilled with the results!
I figured that if I put all of my favorite flavors into one cake that it was bound to be good. But I didn’t know just how good until I took that first bite.
It’s rich and incredibly decadent. So decadent in fact, that I’m not sure I could eat more that one piece.
But that one piece is all you need to give your sweet tooth exactly what it wants!
You can find the recipe HERE.
Did you know that Elvis Presley was the king of banana and peanut butter sandwiches?
Well, I’d like to say these banana and peanut butter breakfast cookies are just as legendary as Elvis himself! Well, almost 😉
I’ve been making these cookies for over 30 years. In fact, I started making them when I was working as a news reporter in my first TV job in West Lafayette, Indiana!
They’ve always been a great grab-and-go breakfast and they’re super easy to pack in a bag for mid-day snacking.
You can make them with the recipe HERE.
Lemon and banana may not strike you as a delectable flavor combo. But the second you try this cake, you’ll understand why it’s such a hit.
The tangy lemon buttercream mixed with lemon zest perfectly pairs with the buttery, vanilla-touched banana cake.
One of the things I enjoy most about this cake is that it’s made with super simple ingredients you may already have in your home!
See how to make it HERE!
Not in the mood to bake? You can still enjoy that delicious banana flavor in this coffee cake from My Grandma’s of New England!
If you haven’t tried a My Grandma’s coffee cake, you’re in for a treat. No matter the flavor, they’re most, rich and ultra-delicious.
This one though… it’s out of this world. The banana flavor mixed with swirls of cinnamon and topped with walnuts? Yes please!
Do you know which of these banana recipes you’ll make first? Hey, maybe you can enjoy a couple at a time!
From my kitchen to yours,
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