Blackening bananas aren’t very appealing, but the fruit inside is still good. Banana bread is a delicious treat and a great way to use overripe bananas. Baking a loaf of bread with them is the perfect way to enjoy bananas you wouldn’t otherwise eat. Also, it can be changed to suit any taste, making it the perfect dessert for every occasion. In addition, it’s cheap to make and easy, too.


1. Choose the right bananas

Begin your banana bread by choosing three ripe bananas. Look for ones with blackening skins because they are soft and loaded with flavor. You can use the ones on your counter that no one wants to eat anymore because they are getting black, or you can ripen some you just bought. To do that, put them in the freezer overnight, and in the morning, they will be black and perfectly ripe.

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