Saturday, August 11, 2007

AN AWARD - A RECIPE - A NAME PICTURE

Michelle of Ozarks sew n' sews has been kind enough to name me for the Nice Matter's Award. For the first time I am going to pass this Award to all of you who not only read my blog daily but take the time to leave comments. NICE MATTERS and each and every one of you bless me daily. I never take you for granted and always appreciate your niceness :o) Thank you Michelle for being kind enough to pass this one on to me.


This is a first for me because I have never posted a recipe before. This morning I had some over ripe bananas and decided to bake some bread before our 100+ degree weather set in for the day. I discovered I did not have enough white flour, but did have whole wheat flour and decided to go ahead and bake it with the whole wheat. It turned out so wonderful and tasty I decided to pass it on. Almost has a nutty, crunchy taste. The recipe actually made 3 small loaves and 1 large loaf. One small one got eaten before the picture :o) Oh it is good!!!
By the way, the pretty red roses are from our climbing rose bush in our back yard. They not only look beautiful......they smell Divine!!




Hawaiian Banana Nut Bread


Combine & mix:

3 C flour

2 C sugar

1 t salt

1 t soda

1 t cinnamon


Combine:

3 eggs

1 1/2 C oil

2 C mashed banana

8 oz crushed pineapple


Combine dry and wet ingredients until moist. Fold in 1 C chopped pecans if desired.

Spoon into 2 or 3 bread pans. Bake @ 350 degrees about 60 to 70 minutes.





Ginger of Just a Thought passed on the Name Game that Jennifer of Pen of Jen began. Ginger did hers in blueberries. I just love these various names that our blogging world has done on this Meme. Thank you Ginger.

ANOTHER ITEM

Many of you who read my Show & Tell yesterday, and left comments wanted to see some prom pictures. Wish I had some :o( I looked and didn't.




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23 comments:

Kristie said...

Susan~ Thank you for the comment so very true made me cry all over again!!! Please pray for Adam during this time of transition.

PEA said...

Congratulations on the award dear Susan, you certainly do deserve the NICE award:-) That recipe sounds fabulous and I can see where the loaf would be nice and moist because of the pineapples and bananas in it...I will definitely have to try this!! How ingenious to think of writing your name with blueberries!!! xox

Just Mom said...

Oh, that banana bread sure looks yummy. I'll have to give it a try.

Congratulations on your award, by the way. You're very deserving of it, indeed.

weavermom said...

Congrats on the award - you deserve it! And, the banana bread looks yummy! :)

Cathrine said...

looks delicious :-)
I can't eat white flour so this looks extra tasty to me :-)

and I can smell the roses :-)

yes that is my daughter Anna. She is 5 1/2. My son Jonas can be seen in the Peoples section at my blog. H eis 7 1/2.

diana said...

congratulations (and thanks) - yum!! - very cute, ginger.

have a great weekend, susan.

jennifer said...

I love the blueberries!! So cute!

I never thought of using wheat flour for banana bread. But I will now. And I totally agree..you deserve the nice blogger award.

My day is always brightened by you and your comments!!!

Have a wonderful weekend!!
((Hugs)) from NM

Susie said...

Congratulations on your award!
Thanks for sharing this recipe, the pineapple is a different twist on banana bread!
Hope you share more recipes in the future..
xo

Karen said...

I think the smell of banana bread is in the air! LOL I just made 3 loaves this week, too! It's wonderful heated up in the mornings with a little butter and a huge cup of coffee. Mmmmmm

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

Oh that recipe sounds so yummy1 Eat a bite for me! And you are welcome on the award!

MightyMom said...

ooohhh I just love roses that SMELL!!! They're becoming scarce!

Tina said...

I LOVE banana bread so I am looking forward to trying this version!
Blessings,
Tina

Anita said...

Hi Susan!

Oh, what a pity that you do not have any prom pictures! But guess what: I do not have any photos of my gratuation party neither! It was in 1994 and I was wearing a dress for the first time! (Now, I often wear dresses and skirts).

Your banana breat looks delecious, I wish I could taste it!

Congratulations on the Nice matters award! I was nominated, too and felt very honoured, too!

Have a wonderful Sunday!

Oh, your red roses are wonderful!

XoX, Anita

Lindy said...

Mmmm...the banana bread looks so yummy! I love banana bread, but I've never made it with pineapple. I can't wait to try your recipe! Thanks for sharing. And congratulations on your award!

Lindy :)

~Ginger said...

To one of the nicest people I've never met, haha...I love you and I love banana bread. I always make mine with wheat flour, it's great! How about you, me, and Karen all sit down with that cup of coffee?

By the way, the blueberries did not roll, but my fingers did turn a lovely shade of purple by the time I finished!

Dave brought the berries home from a guy at work and I'll be making blueberry everything for a bit. I froze some, but the banana bread will be next on my list. I love it!

Nadine said...

Congratulations on your award you are very deserving of it. The receipe seems easy enough and I love banana bread. I can't wait to try it.

MightyMom said...

I have tagged you.

Karen said...

Oooh this sounds so yummy, thanks for sharing it. We often have bananas that soon over ripen..yet why is it when there are hardly any in the fruit bowl everyone wants some? Irish logic there. I must try this. Glad to see you have this award too. Lovely lady :-)

Momma Roar said...

I wish you had pictures of you from your prom! :(

Congrats on your award!!

The bread looks very yummy! If you are in the market to start up a cooking blog, let me know. ;)

I just love your name in blueberries - did you notice Ginger missed mine? I think it is still on her camera and she just hasn't uploaded it to her computer yet! haa haa :D

Stephanie said...

Love the sound of this recipe, Susan! Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for the welcome, and it's very nice to meet you!

Charity Grace said...

Mmmm, the bread looks delicious!

Lori said...

Congrats on your Nice Matters award. I agree you are so nice.

The Hawaiian banana bread looks good. I haven't ever tried the pineapple in the bred either.

justabeachkat said...

Congrats on your "nice" award! The bread looks delish!

Hugs!
Kat