Wednesday, January 20, 2010

More Goodness.....

This is what I did on my day off on Monday......
It was a cold, snowy day here in New England, a perfect day for staying home and doing some baking.

I made my favorite banana bread recipe. This time I added blueberries and walnuts. Again, I have to say, "this is delicious". It seems that no matter what I add to this recipe, it is still delicious. I have made this many, many times and added so many different ingredients, and I am still amazed that it always comes out delicious. You can get the recipe here.
Does this look yummy or what? Crispy on the outside and moist and delicious on the inside. (And heavenly, mmmmm)

Here it is on my Homer Laughlin "Eggshell Theme" platter.

Perfect with some butter spread on it, and a nice cup of tea..... The perfect combination!

This is a recipe from "scratch" and it does take some extra time to put it all together, but I can assure you that the few extra minutes are well worth it.
'Til next time, Love ya, Jean


daylily777 said...

That looks delicious !

Marydon Ford said...

G'morn, Jean ~ Don't you just love to find a good recipe & then know that it is versatile to work with. Will give this one a spin when I can eat better.

TY for your sweet notes, I am doing much better daily now.

Have a beautiful day ~
Hugs, Marydon

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

This looks so delicious! Thanks for the recipe...I've signed on to follow! Come visit me too!

The Cutest Cottage Lamps said...

Your bread looks YUMMY! I think I will get your recipe...I haven't had much luck with homemade banana bread in the past, but I am going to try this one! Have a wonderful week,

Anonymous said...

Good Morning, Jean!

I just copied that yummy looking recipe! I look forward to trying it!

I hope you're loving your retirement. I know you're enjoying finding time to relax with a slice of your favorite banana bread and some hot tea!

Now that you have time, you need to join us for Pink Saturday! :) Dana

Stella said...

Looks so yummy and versatile as well. Always good to have those kinds of recipes. I am so glad you are getting to retire. Look forward to hearing about all the things you will be doing in this next phase of your life.

My Casa Bella said...

Jean, this looks delicious and just in time, I bought bananas to make for bread tomorrow and I want to freeze some so I can have it when I am recuperating from my surgery. It looks wonderful!!
Thank you for coming by and saying hi and for your thoughtful comment. Come again soon!

Kim G. said...

I want some!! Yummmmmy!

Miss Gracie's House said...

Hi Jean!
That does look yummy! sorry to read about your store...that must have been hard...change is always hard.

Monica@The White Bench said...

Hello Jean, it looks scumptious and I will definitely give it a try! I love to have fruit scones at teatime, with butter and jam, but this might be a yummy alternative!
Thanks for your lovely comment about my Ann and Andy cushion, and for sharing this recipe as well!