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Eating baked goods can be a delightful experience. If you’re looking for some new recipes to try, then look no further than these 5 bakeries near me that have the best sweets in town! You’ll find everything from cakes and pies to cookies and breads here. The next time you need an excuse to get out of the house, head on over to one of these bakeries near me so you can indulge your sweet tooth with their mouthwatering desserts.
Recipe: Chocolate Banana Bread Recipe
Ingredients: -½ cup butter, softened to room temperature (113g)
-⅔ cup granulated sugar (142g) • ½ cups mashed banana in chunks or ⅓ whole peeled ripe bananas (100g) • ¾ teaspoons vanilla extract or other flavoring of your choice. Add enough water for desired consistency and flavor strength. If using a fruit juice you may need to add more flour as well. Mix with the wet ingredients before adding the dry ones if this is the case so that it does not get too runny; just keep checking until it is at an appropriate thickness according to your taste preference after mixing in all of the liquids thoroughly.
– ¾ cups flour (110g) • ¼ teaspoon salt or pinch of salt for flavor may be desired. I recommend using Kosher Salt if possible, as it will dissolve more easily and there is less risk of over salting your bread when measuring out the amount. If you don’t have this type on hand any other sort of food grade salt will suffice but please measure carefully in order to achieve a consistent taste throughout the loafing process; add more sugar according to preference also!
– ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder (30g) -½ teaspoons baking soda mixed with ½ cup water (113mL), or substitute dry baking powder instead like we did in our recipe for the gingerbread loaf
– ¾ cup buttermilk (210mL) • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract or other flavor of preference, optional. I have also used almond milk in this recipe with delicious success!
*NOTE: You may need to add an additional amount of flour if your dough is too wet or sticky. The consistency should be similar to that of a firm cookie dough before rolling out into loaves and baking. Check for dryness by doing the “finger test”. Poke your finger into the center and pull it up; does it leave any sort of indentation behind? If so then more flour needs added on top until you can no longer create an imprint when touching firmly.*
*If using liquid cream of tartar, use about ¼ teaspoon. If using dry cream of tartar (powder), start with ½ teaspoon and add more as needed.
*If you don’t have a stand mixer or bread machine to knead the dough by hand, it is possible! Follow these steps: • Put the flour into a large bowl and make a well in the center, pour in all buttermilk ingredients and mix together until combined; then turn out onto lightly floured surface.*
*Knead for about 15 minutes on your own—it may take this long before things are really mixed up enough to form any semblance of an elastic ball of dough. You can also try adding some extra liquid like water if need be.*
*Once the dough has a nice elasticity, cover it and let it rest for about an hour. It will also be easier to roll out once rested.*
*If you are using your own recipe or one from this blog post (or another source), please double-check that the oil is at least vegetable grade before cooking with it! That’s just a good suggestion in general 🙂 • When ready to cook: Preheat oven to 375°F; line baking sheet with parchment paper(s) .. etc. *
*The rolls should be baked for 20 minutes total—just keep an eye on them so they don’t burn due to their size! They’ll usually start getting brown around 15
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