Banana bread in a jar


A few years in the past I wrote approximately how one in all my home made baking recipes can also be premixes in jars. It is often sufficient to pre-measure the dry ingredients of a recipe.

Today I'm sharing another example of how this strategy works using a banana bread recipe I've been using for lots years - however nowadays I'm turning it right into a banana bread recipe in a jar !

For this banana bread blend in a jar, I began out with the aid of using including the flour to the jar first,followed by the smaller ingredients of baking powder, baking soda, and salt, then a layer of sugar. 

If you try and upload powdered or unfastened components like flour or white sugar over a layer of nuts or chocolate chips, they'll subsequently sift and create a messier look. That's why I finish the jar with a layer of nuts and chips on top.


°2/3 cup butter

°2 2/3 cups white sugar

°4 eggs

°2 cups mashed banana

°2/3 cup water

°3 1/3 cups all-purpose flour

°1/2 tsp baking powder

°2 tsp baking soda

°1 1/2 tsp salt

°1 tsp cinnamon

° 1 tsp ground cloves (I used half a tsp because I didn't want to eat the "cloffy".)

°2/3 cup chopped pecans or walnuts

*You will also need:

°12 cans of 250 ml 

*Directions :

Preheat oven to 325°F (165°C). Greased dozen 250 ml canning jars.

In a large bowl, cream the cream and sugar until light and fluffy. Banana Mash - Whisk together eggs, banana and water.

Sift the flour with the baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and cloves.

Add it to the banana mixture and mix well.

Add the nuts and stir with a spoon.

Insert the canning funnel into the mouth of the jar and pour the mixture into greased jars, filling them halfway. Do not put lids on cooking pots. Be sure to keep the rims clean, wiping away any paste that comes into contact with the rims.

Place the jars directly on the oven rack. Bake for 45 minutes. Don't worry if it is slightly above the top of the pot. You can press it with the lid after cooking is finished.

While the jars are still hot, add the lids..

listen for a ping once the covers are added; This means the jar is closed. If you miss a "ping", wait until it is completely cooled and press the top of the cap. If it does not move at all, it is locked.

Enjoy !

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