Saturday, 30 March 2013

rum banana bread

I've been meaning to bake this banana bread for ages, and finally got around to it. In the original recipe there's coconut, but I don't really care for coconut, so mine's just plain rum banana bread. This actually is the first banana bread I ever made and the first I've ever tasted. As I didn't know what to expect, I can't really compare it with anything, but I think it wasn't too bad!

And I hope you're all having a beautiful Easter time, dolls♥! I'm just going to eat chicken (is that an Easter thing, I don't ken?) and loads of chocolate, plus a Finnish Easter delicacy, mämmi. And I'm also going to finish my Harry Potter -marathon. As far as I'm concerned, Easter's sorted!


Amanda said...

Oh my goodness this looks beyond amazing! I am such a sucker for anything with banana in it! I'm going to have to give this recipe a try soon. Thanks so much for sharing.

Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird said...

Mmm rum makes everything better.

danniekate said...

is that gluten free?! sounds amazing! xx

Gemma Talbot said...

This looks yummy. I love banana bread x

Corinne said...

I love banana bread!

It's fun you live in Headingly - so very close! I drive through it every day on my way to work (past Woodys pub), maybe one day I'll spot you walking down the street!

Do you ever go out in Headingly? When it's sunny we always walk up to the pubs down there, there is one that is called 'the box' I think? With pool tables upstairs? Nothing better than having a couple of drinks outside of there and then a few games of pool when it's hot hot hot!

Corinne x

Caitie Schlisserman said...

this look so delicious! wish I had a piece with a cup of tea right now :)

Lady à la Mode

Laura said...

Amanda - thank you, dear! and you're more than welcome:-) x

Krysten - it really does, doll! x

danniekate - thank you, sweetie! it's not gluten free, but you could easily substitute the flour to something else and make it so:-) xx

Gemma Talbot - thank you, love! x

Corinne - you'll have to come and holla if you see me, pet! we go to the city more often, but i do sometimes go out in headingley as well:-)and i know the box, it's maybe the nearest pub to me, haha! it's so funny that we actually go to the same places, we're bound to bump into each other someday! x

Caitie Schlisserman - thank you, honey! you would be more than welcome to have a piece, if you lived any closer:-) x

Hena Tayeb said...

mm love banana bread.. minus the rum and with a handful of walnuts.

Nieszka said...

yummmmmy! looks delicious. im sure it was! I would add the coconut :P and thanks for all your comments Laura :) glad you like the hair. i wish i could blow dry it like that myself!


Laura said...

Hena Tayeb - ah, maybe i'll try it like that next time, chick! x

Nieszka - thank you, darling! and you're more than welcome:-) x

Nicoleta_B said...

Absolutely awesome post!



Laura said...

Nicoleta_B - thank you, love! x

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