Even a novice baker will be able to handle this recipe that only calls for bananas, self-rising flour, and sweetened condensed milk.
We love to bake just as much as anyone but the process can be more challenging than we expect at times. It can be tough to locate all of the necessary ingredients and few things are more frustrating than getting ready to bake and realizing that you are missing one of the most important ingredients that you require. That’s what makes this recipe such an awesome one.s
It allows you to make the most delicious banana bread with just three ingredients! What could possibly be better than that? Everyone loves comfort foods in the springtime. Whether you are looking for something that can be enjoyed as a snack or you are in search of an enjoyable breakfast, this banana bread is sure to fit the bill. This project may seem rather ambitious by nature but trust us….it’s simple.
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𝟹 𝙸𝚗𝚐𝚛𝚎𝚍𝚒𝚎𝚗𝚝 𝙱𝚊𝚗𝚊𝚗𝚊 𝙱𝚛𝚎𝚊𝚍 _ Ok disclaimer 😂 I have run out of GF Baking Flour, so today I made this 3 Ingredient Banana Bread which uses: Self Raising Flour, Condensed Milk & Bananas. _ The recipe is from @foodiesofsa – the only modification I made was that I didn’t have self-raising, so I added three teaspoons of Baking Powder. Swipe for the recipe ➡➡➡
Even a novice baker will be able to handle this project and that is our promise to you. The One Pot Chef is here to help. To create this recipe, you are going to need some ripened bananas. The riper they are, the better. This should not be a tough ingredient to come by. For best results, use the bananas that are starting to turn brown and are on the verge of being thrown away.
It might not seem like it but these are the best bananas for baking purposes. Yellow bananas are fine, though. If this is all you have on hand, do not worry about it. Those who are truly patient can simply wait a few days as well. Self-rising flour and sweetened condensed milk are the other two ingredients you’ll need. Most of us have these on hand already.
That’s the beauty of the recipe. We know that lots of people are stuck in their homes right now and that can make baking projects hard. If you do not have the self-rising flour, not to worry. You can make self-rising flour by adding a pinch of salt and 2.5 tablespoons of baking powder for each cup of flour that’s added to a recipe.
If you would like to learn more about how this banana bread recipe, check out One Pot Chef’s awesome tutorial below!SKM: below-content placeholder