August 23, 2009

::SMS:: Mom's Banana Apple Bread

Apples in banana bread??? YES. YES. OH, HECK YEA!!!

I actually made this when I first got the book back in April and I made it a few more times after that. Joy of Hot Oven, Warm Heart chose Banana Apple Bread for today's Sweet Melissa Sundays, and the recipe can be found on her blog. I think what makes this a FANTASTIC banana bread is the addition of brown sugar & cinnamon apples!

I used my mini loaf pan to make 8 lil loaves, after baking for only 30 minutes.

Great choice, Joy --- this is one of my family's favorite Sweet Melissa recipes. Be sure to check out the other SMS bakers for their creations.

Banana Bread on Foodista

24 comments:

Candy Girl said...

Looks delish! I'm about to pull my loaf out of the oven.

Cristine said...

I want your mini loaf pan! :) Your bread looks great!

Lauren of Fried Pickles and Ice Cream said...

i love the minis! i also love the apple picture :)

VeggieGirl said...

ABSOLUTELY delectable!

The Bahens said...

I love the close-up pictures of your apples. They were so delicious; I think I might make a batch of apples just to eat!

Snooky doodle said...

oh these look delicious! I m drooling. Nice idea of making mini loaves.
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Nina said...

Oh, mini loaves! It looks amazing! Loved the picture of the apples too - I just want to take one from the picture and eat it!

Mrs. G said...

I knew this would work great as mini loaves. Great photos!

Tracey said...

i have to agree - the brown sugar and cinnamon apples are to die for! Your picture of them is making me wish I could go and cook some up again right now :) Great job on the mini loaves - they look yummy!

Melissa said...

Love the mini loaves! I need a pan like that. Your apple pics look awesome!

Sarah said...

I love your mini loaves! The apples are definitely good enough to eat on their own.

maria stone said...

apples and bread good combination for breakfast.

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Mermaid Sweets said...

Great mini loaves, look so cute and yummy

Joy said...

Hi Karen!

Thank you so much for baking along with me this week! I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed the recipe! And Oh my goodness, that first picture of the cinnamon apple chunk MADE MY MOUTH WATER. Beautiful! I love you mini loaves- they're absolutely adorable. Do you mind if I ask about how long they took in the oven? I'm always afraid to adapt a recipe to a different pan size, with fear that I'm not 100% sure about the right timing! If you could share that piece of info with me, I'd really appreciate it :)

I hope you’re doing well- have a great start to your week! Hope to hear from you again soon!

Karin said...

What a cute pan! Your little minis looks wonderful.

spike. said...

heck yeah!

Fit Chick said...

Oh no, another pan I need, LOL. Love the mini loaves, they look delicious!

margot said...

I wasn't a huge fan of this bread, but I loved the apples, those photos are making me want to eat some right now!

Anncoo said...

Hi Karen,
This really looks yummy which I love the apples with cinnamon.
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Chow and Chatter said...

yummy love the addition of the apples

pinkstripes said...

The apples were to-die-for, weren't they? Your mini-loaves look great.

The Whimsical Cupcake said...

this is also my favorite recipe thus far!! i've only been baking with SMS for a few weeks now but this was yummy!!

the close up on your apples is gorgeous!!

Katiecakes said...

Oh tiny loafs, just too cute!!

Katie xox

Alisa@Foodista said...

What an interesting recipe.I've never tried adding apple chunks in my banana bread before.It sure looks delicious!I'd love to guide our readers to your site if you won't mind.Just add your choice of foodista widget to this post and it's all set, Thanks!

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