Blueberry Banana Bread

I have baked so many breads that it’s finally getting to the point where I’m not 100% positive that I have not done this recipe before. I don’t THINK I have.

Either way, I think it’s perfectly acceptable to re-post good recipes.

The grocery stores have been loaded with blueberries and it’s hard to resist buying them every single time I go shopping. Obviously, at least once, I did not resist.

This is an easy recipe with your classic banana bread taste, peppered with pops of delicious tartness. Great for summer picnics.

Recipe here.

9 thoughts on “Blueberry Banana Bread

  1. I’m new here. I found you after you left a comment over at What’s Nonfiction? and really liked the writing style you use. Thus, please excuse me if my question is one you’ve answered somewhere else. How in the heck do you keep home-made breads from molding in the summer? I have this great recipe for blueberry muffins that I LOVE, but those things have a cloud of fur on them in 48 hours. My apartment DOES have A/C, so it’s not like they’re sitting in 80 swamp air.

    1. I have never talked about that actually so good question. šŸ™‚ I refrigerate everything! Otherwise, 100 %, it would probably all start to mold after 48 hours at my house as well. When kept in the fridge, most stuff last a week.

      1. Does keeping it in the fridge cause the bread to lose moisture? I know many people keep even store bought bread away from the fridge for fear it will develop a slight hardness to the outside.

      2. If you put it in the proper container or use a press-n-seal top, it doesn’t lose all it’s moisture. It probably still loses a little but I still find the baked good enjoyable. (Breads tend to last better than say, cupcakes.)

  2. Omg I wanted to eat this so bad when I saw it on Instagram and now my mouth is watering all over again. D:
    I think you’re right though, I don’t recall you making a banana blueberry bread before. It sounds absolutely amazing! šŸ™‚

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