View Full Version : Has anyone made Alissa's banana bread?
I tried making it today. I used all the right amount of ingredients, but my batter was so runny there was no way to really form it into anything. So, I just kind of smeared it onto my dehydrator sheets to see what will happen. I'm hoping I can at least get maybe a cereal-type thing once it's dehydrated.
What did I do wrong? Maybe my bananas were too ripe? There were on the ripe side and thought this might be a good way to use them up. I have a bunch in the freezer already so I didn't want to freeze anymore. This time of the year, bananas ripen so fast.
06-22-2005, 08:24 PM
I have som ein my freezer right now.
Not too crazy about it - the oly way i eat it is with almond butter and a banana on top.
I don't think I like the wheat berry taste...
I made her buns with buckwheat = YUMMY!!!
I am wondering if we are even meant to eat wheat?
what do yuo think?
07-08-2005, 08:51 AM
I tried making it today. I used all the right amount of ingredients, but my batter was so runny there was no way to really form it into anything.Jodi
What ever happened to your banana bread concoction? I'm searching for the recipe and found your post...maybe I don't want to make it??
Well, I wound up throwing it out. I haven't tried it again. I did email Alissa to ask her if she might have some idea what I did wrong, but I didn't get a responce. I may try again.
I did make the banana flax crackers and those were very good!
07-08-2005, 09:36 AM
First, im sorry I didnt answer your message privately. Im too busy right now to answer every question that comes in. thats why I run the board in hopes that people can get most of their questions answered here. But
obviously you havent been able to!
Hm, I Love my banana bread. I dont understand why its so mushy. It is pretty runny but you should be able to mold it a bit into a loaf. The only thing I can think iof is that the grains were too wet? They need to be dry or other wise with the ripe bananas (which) they should be ripe so that shouldnt be the problem) they make it too watery. Let me know about the sprouts?
Thanks, Alissa. I know you are busy. I don't remember really how wet the sprouts were. I plan on trying it again and I may even dry the sprouts a bit in my dehydrator to make sure they are not wet. I also may only use 2 1/2 bananas.
I have not had much luck in making sprout bread. But, I'm going to keep trying....I am determined to figure this out.
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