>TWD: Cocoa-Nana Bread


“Cake. Mmmmm. I want one more piece. Just. One. More. Fucking. Piece.”
This is a quote from Sleep Talkin’ Man, a blog about an English man that talks in his sleep and says really odd stuff. I recently stumbled on this blog and it’s hilarious, it sure makes me smile 🙂 Anyways, this quote expresses exactly what I though of this weeks challenge for Tuesdays with Dorie.

Steph of Obsessed with Baking picked the Cocoa-Nana Bread for us to bake this week. I love Steph’s blog and wasn’t very surprised to find out that she picked this recipe simply because I have seen loads of different Banana Bread recipes pop up on her blog, like this one, one with blueberries (that’s light too!), one by Cook’s Illustrated, one from the Silver Palate Cookbook and most recently the Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. In fact I think Steph should change the name of here blog to Obsessed with Baking Banana Bread!!!

This Cocoa-Nana Bread is amazing, my sucky pictures don’t do it any justice!!! I only had a tiny bit: about 1/4 of a slice, simply because my colleagues loved this so much that they devoured it in absolutely no time! In fact when my mom told that she wanted to bake something last Saturday I persuaded her to bake this bread, so I could have another slice! Some people in the P&Q-section where concerned about the banana’s. In my opinion the taste of the bananas was more of an afterthought: but I liked how moist they made the bread. This is another keeper: I will be making it again soon, if not tomorrow! So thanks Steph, for picking this scrumptious Cocoa-Nana Bread!!
The recipe can be found at Steph’s blog, go here to find out what the other TWD-ers thought of this recipe. Here are the TWD-recipes for February, it’s gonna be a great month:
  • February 2, 2010: Milk Chocolate Mini Bundt Cakes, pages 188 and 189.
  • February 9, 2010: Rick Katz’s Brownies for Julia, page 91.
  • February 16, 2010: My Best Chocolate Chip Cookies, page 68.
  • February 23, 2010: Honey-Wheat Cookies, page 81.


13 Responses to “>TWD: Cocoa-Nana Bread”

  1. natalia Says:

    >You are right ..I'll bake another one today !!! Ciao Marthe !

  2. Steph Says:

    >I'm so glad you enjoyed this!! Thanks for baking along, Marthe.

  3. Pamela Says:

    >February at TWD does look pretty good, doesn't it? That blog you mentioned sounds pretty funny, I'll have to check it out. Your bread looks pretty tasty!

  4. Lauryn Says:

    >Yours looks wonderful! I am with you…I absolutely loved this!! And I ate waaay more than 1/4 of a slice!! 🙂

  5. Gabe's Girl Says:

    >I agree. The banana flavor was more of an afterthought, but it was still good! Glad you liked it too.

  6. Susan Says:

    >So glad you liked this one. I just heard about that blog on the news. Too funny!

  7. Teanna DiMicco Says:

    >Hahaha! It sounds like I would love that site! I'm glad you loved that bread! I turned them into brownies and loved them as well! Gorgeous!

  8. TeaLady Says:

    >Glad this worked for you. Unfortunately not a keeper for me.

  9. margot Says:

    >Your bread looks great! It was nice of you to share with your co-workers. I'm excited to try new chocolate chip cookie and brownie recipes next month, they both sound yummy.

  10. Jacque Says:

    >I agree, this was good. I'm glad your work mates enjoyed it so… brownie points for you!

  11. Jacque Says:

    >I agree, this was good. I'm glad your work mates enjoyed it so… brownie points for you!

  12. Liz Says:

    >I'm so glad you loved it! It wasn't quite for me but it's great to hear that your coworkers thought it was fabulous.

  13. Molly Says:

    >Hi Marthe! Just saw your comment on my blog. I'm excited that you're adopting me. Thanks for the kind words about my blog. Even though it's pretty, I still have a lot to learn. I've only been blogging since last August. Have a great day!

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