Banana and Walnut Loaf

Get oven up to 180C first.

Cream butter and sugar and add the egg, mashed bananas and chopped walnuts. Then add flour and baking powder. Dissolve baking soda in milk and add to mixture.

Fold together and pour into baking paper lined loaf tin and bake at 180 degrees for 1 hour. Cool on wire rack before slicing, can be buttered if desired and the loaf freezes well.    

Banana and Walnut Loaf - what do you reckon?

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  • Couldn't find the loaf tin so doubled everything in the ingredients. Found the loaf tin, put it all in anyway. Baked it for an hour, then noticed it was getting crispy on top so turned the oven down to 50. 15 minutes later pulled it out and it was awesome. Lots of compliments.

    Posted by Greta, 23/11/2013 12:21pm (5 months ago)

  • YUM & Easy

    Posted by Amber, 07/09/2013 5:11pm (8 months ago)

  • Absolutely delicious

    Posted by tesa, 30/09/2012 7:23pm (2 years ago)

  • Awesome. Everyone loves it and asks for the recipe.
    One tip though, if you have a dodgy oven like I do, cook it for at least 30 mins with aluminum foil over it. Saves it getting burnt on top while still cooking into the middle.

    Posted by Kim, 13/06/2012 4:02pm (2 years ago)

  • This loaf is great! I have never been a good baker, but this was a no fail and sooo tasty, was very pleased with myself indeed!

    Posted by Vic, 03/05/2012 9:16am (2 years ago)

  • Fantasic recipe. Tasted first from a chap at work. Too good for guzzly guys!

    Posted by Janet MacPherson, 21/02/2012 8:40pm (2 years ago)

  • Absolutely wonderful, can't stop baking it

    Posted by netta, 03/09/2010 1:41pm (4 years ago)

  • Good on ya trev top loaf mate

    Posted by , 01/09/2010 8:10pm (4 years ago)

  • Absolutely amazing loaf have told lots of this website it is a sure winner

    Posted by Angela Platt, 21/04/2010 2:15pm (4 years ago)

  • Yummy! I thought it might be dry because it's such a thick mixture, but it's delicious.

    Posted by Louise, 04/01/2010 3:52pm (4 years ago)

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