Banana, Cranberry and Apple Bread

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When I first saw this at mykitchensnippets, I thought it was bread and didn't pay much attention to the recipe.  Then Anncoo tried it and told me it’s very nice and easy to make like whipping up a cake.  The reason I didn't pay much attention is because I don't make bread. 
This is indeed a no-fuss and easy to make and certainly a keeper too – you don't need to have a mixer to make this.  All you need is just mix the ingredients with a spatula and then send it in to the oven.  This is very soft and moist and I love addition of cranberries to it.












Recipe reference from mykitchensnippets and Anncoo Journal

1 ½ cups plain flour (200g)
½ tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
¼ tsp salt
¾ cup sugar (130g)
2 eggs
½ cup + 2 tbsp vegetable oil (100g)
4 tbsp milk
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup dried cranberry (125g)
1 apple – grated
3 large bananas – mashed (I used 2)
1. Line and greased a loaf pan. Pre-heat the oven to 1750C.
2. In a mixing bowl, combined flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar. Mix well and set it aside.
3. In another mixing bowl, combined eggs, milk, oil, vanilla, grated apple and mashed bananas. Mix it well with a big spoon. Add in the dry ingredients into the eggs mixture. Mix until combined
4. Lastly add in dried cranberries. Mix well and pour it into the baking pan. Bake for 50 minutes or until golden brown.
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15 comments:

  1. Banana, cranberry and apples, sounds good! Lovely with a cup of tea!

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    1. Pop over and I will make you a cup of nice tea.

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  2. Thanks for trying this bread out. YOu can actually add any type of nuts of fruits to it.

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    1. If I get to make this again, will certainly try with nuts and fruits.

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  3. Yes, some tea cakes are referred to as bread but actually they're not. No yeast in the recipe. They look good, both for breakfast or for tea.

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    1. Ya, most bread calls for yeast in the recipe.

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  4. Hi, firstly thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment. Else I wouldnt have had this opportunity to get to know you, nice knowing another friend in the blogsphere :) Yes, I certainly agree with you, this cake is yummy and easy to make, I have tried making it!

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    1. Nice to see you here and getting to know you too.

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  5. Hi, just to say thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment. Nice getting to know another friend in the blogsphere. Totally agree with you, this cake is yummy and easy, tried it once!

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  7. I also bookmarked this recipe but still waiting for all these main ingredients appear in my kitchen..then i can make this , hehehe..

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  8. good morning chris, when are you making this again? then you might see me knocking on your door!

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  9. wow your bread is so generous with the cranberries and it looks really good!

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