Titillating Banana Bread

I inherited this go-to recipe from my mom, although she has a different name for it. It’s pretty hard to mess up and an easy way to use up a bunch of browned bananas (which, by the way, are also perfect for smoothies when chopped & frozen). She ain’t super healthy but she’s definitely a winner (I’m referring to the bread, not my mom. Not that she’s not a winner too but you know).


What You Need:
3 large bananas
3/4 cup white sugar
1 egg
1/3 cup melted butter
1 1/2 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
Optional & Extremely Tasty** Chipits Milk Chocolate Chips

Prepare a Bundt pan by oiling it up (coconut oil, butter, PAM, oil, whatever ya want).
Mash your 3 bananas (as you can see, I was doubling the recipe).


Add your sugar and slightly* beaten egg.
*Clearly I didn’t follow the slightly recommendation, doesn’t matter too much.


Melt your butter and then add to the mixture. Mix well.


Add the dry ingredients: flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt. Mix well again.


Add the delicious chocolate chips. Mix together. Pour mixture into Bundt pan (or whatever kind of pans you can find).


Bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes, or longer. Whenever the the toothpick comes out clean :)


After it’s cooled for a few minutes, flip the Bundt upside down to release the bread.


Slather with butter and serve with a hot cuppa coffee.


And if you want to pull an Amanda you can deliver the “coffee break” snack to your boyfriend 3 hours late (about the time the sun goes down and he’s packing up his gear). Punctuality was never really my thing. I left some more behind for the roomies and then got this text…


…which is where the name came from. Ha oh boy. I was going to put the definition of titillating up here until just now when I actually looked it up.
I think I’ll keep it PG and skip that step.

Now get your little hiney into the kitchen and whip up a batch!


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