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Live from my kitchen- Banana Bread you have to make

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Have you ever tried Facebook Live? My twelve-year-old, like most kids his age, is obsessed with YouTube, and live streaming. He wanted to go live on Facebook, so I thought- why not bake banana bread with the kids, and he could live stream it from my phone? We did. To my surprise, more than 1,100 people viewed it. Dozens of them asked for the recipe, so here it is... ENJOY!

Mamie's Famous Banana Bread

A- Mix two cups of sugar with 2 eggs

B- In a different bowl- mix 3 (brown) bananas (I use 4 if they are small) and 2 sticks of softened butter.

Mix A and B in one of the bowls. I use a mixer until it's all blended together.

Add 2 cups of flour and 1 tsp. of baking soda.

We add chocolate chips (but you could add nuts or whatever you want).

Bake it at 325 for 30-40 minutes. I like to use cake pans instead of loaf pans, so that it cooks thoroughly. You'll know it's done when a toothpick comes out of it clean.

ENJOY!

 
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