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Sour Cream Banana Bread

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  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup mashed bananas (2 medium)
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
Preheat oven to 350F. Grease and flour bottom only of a 9 X 5 loaf pan. In a sizeable bowl, beat together sugar and oil. Add eggs, bananas, sour cream and vanilla. Blend well. Lightly spoon flour into measuring cup, level off. Add flour, baking soda and salt. Stir just until dry ingredients are moistened. Pour into prepared pan.

Bake at 350F for 50 to 60 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Cool for 5 minutes (be patient, you rascal). Remove from pan. Cool completely. Wrap tightly and store in refrigerator. Makes 1 loaf.



Tim D. Culey
Baton Rouge, La.

Submitted by Tess M Nov 5, 2009


Reviews

"I've made this numerous times. Loved by everyone" - Patstracq
"very easy to make and tastey!!!!" - Auntie1968
"This is the BEST banana bread recipe!" - Denisealeavitt
1.5 stars based on 3 reviews 14 min 65 min 79 min

Banana

  • Select bananas that are yellow in the middle and green at the ends
  • Some recommend keeping bananas out of the fruit bowl because gases from other fruit can make your bananas ripen too quickly
  • If your bananas are exposed to heat above 75 degrees F they will ripen and turn very quickly
  • If your bananas turn brown, peel them and freeze them for baking at a later time
  • Some people refrigerate bananas to maintain freshness
  • To keep bananas fresh some people divide them and cover the tips of the stem with plastic wrap
  • Bananas are helpful in quitting smoking because they are high in B-vitamins and magnesium
  • The inside of a banana peel is often used to reduce itching and skin ailments such as warts
  • Bananas can help with your studies because they make you alert, energetic, and have high potassium levels which improve brain cell function
  • Bananas can help to prevent muscle cramps
  • Bananas are helpful in fighting depression because they are high in tryptophan which the body uses to generate seratonin
  • Vitamin B: There are eight B vitamins and bananas contain five of them which help heart and nerve function
  • The International Journal of Cancer says that bananas help to prevent kidney cancer (among other types of cancer)
  • Bananas help your digestive system because they contain fructooligosaccharide which creates good bacteria in the colon
  • The high potassium content in bananas makes it a great food to maintain low blood pressure
  • The banana is one of the best sources of vitamin A
  • The banana plant is from the lily family and can grow to be almost 30 feet tall

Sugar

  • The American Heart Association recommends the following for daily sugar intake: 9 Tsp (Men), 5 Tsp (Women), 3 Tsp (Children)
  • The average american consumes over 20 teaspoons of sugar per day
  • Most sweeteners including sugar and fruit extracts, cane juices, honey, syrup, etc. have a fructose/glucose ratio of approximately 50/50
  • Fructose is found in sugar and most sweeteners and is unhealthy because it goes straight to the liver causing diabetes and heart disease
  • Sugar is sometimes referred to as "evaporated cane juice"
  • Many people choose sugar over high fructose corn syrup because sugar is not as highly processed
  • Consumption of sugar increases insulin levels, increases energy, but then leads to a drop in both and likely a craving for more food
  • Sugar is a carbohydrate with about 9 calories per sugar cube
  • About 40% of the world's sugar production comes from Brazil
  • The fully mature sugar cane stem can grow as tall as five meters
  • Sugar cane and sugar beet are the most common sources of refined sugar
  • Sugar is sucrose which can is found naturally in many plants
  • Christopher Columbus is credited with bringing sugar to the Americas
  • The process of creating sugar through evaporation of the sugar cane juice began in India
  • The earliest known production of sugar dates back to 9000 BC in the southwest Pacific island of New Guinea
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