Cinnamon Banana Bread

After quite a few hectic days of cocktails and eating out in London, I was craving something warm, cosy and home cooked. I have had quite a lot of evening events with work as well, so eating a ‘proper’ dinner at home has been, and will be, non-existent for the next few days.

To combat my cravings, I knocked out my trusty Cinnamon Banana Bread.

Banana and Cinnamon Bread

Most people usually combine banana bread with walnut or pecans, but this is quite a nice alternative if your looking for something slightly lighter with a bit of a warmth to it. Perfect for an afternoon pick me up.

A beautifully comforting slice of calm, amidst a busy week!


If you fancy having a go, you will need:

3 Bananas (the older and blacker they are, the tastier the bread!)
50 ml Milk
100g Butter
150g Light Brown Sugar
2 Eggs
250g Self Raising Flour
1 tsp Cinnamon

Mush the bananas and milk together in a bowl, and cream the sugar and butter in another. Combine together and then mix in all the other ingredients. You want a well combined mixture, but it should still be pretty lumpy. Stick it in a lined loaf tin, and sprinkle a little more Cinnamon over the top. Then pop it in the oven at 180* for approx. 50-60 minutes and voila…

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