Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Guest Post - Brittany.

Hi Lovely Ladies. Today I have one of my favorite bloggers gracing us with her presence. Let me introduce Brittany from "Fun with the Fullwoods". Britanny is married to the Love of Her Life and a couple of months ago they became parents for the first time to a Beautiful, Big Baby Boy. The thing I like the most about Brittany is her Baking Recipes. She is seriously the Best Baking Blogger out there. I am not a baker (at all), but everything she describes sounds and looks yummy. Plus a lot of her recipes sound so simple. Brittany's Post-Pregnancy Style is also super cute for a brand-new mom. She always dressed well, after all. So there she is.

 

  Hi, y'all! I feel very lucky to be guest blogging for Ada today while she's having her beautiful baby girl. Absolutely cannot wait to "meet" the little bundle!
 
My name is Brittany and I blog over at Fun with the Fullwoods.
My husband and I just welcomed our own bundle of joy, Bear Clayton, back in November. We're loving each precious moment with our new son and are slowly adjusting to life as a family of three. I blog about fashion, food, and all the fun our little family has! Come stop by and say hi! :)
 
 
Now on to the good stuff....the easiest, yummiest banana bread you'll ever eat. We didn't have any nuts at the time so I left them out, but you can always throw some in if you choose. Chocolate chips would be yummy, too.
 
The crust is the best part! Drooling just looking at it...
 
This is our favorite breakfast treat; Zach loves taking a few slices to work. The best part is that the recipe makes two loaves so you can always freeze one and save it for a rainy (hungry!) day.
 
You'll need:
1 stick butter
1 1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 c. flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. soda
1 tsp. vanilla
3 bananas, mashed
 
 
Directions:
Cream butter and sugar together then add eggs. Mix dry ingredients. Add dry ingredients alternately with mashed bananas to the creamed mixture. Add vanilla. Bake in 2 loaf pans at 350 F for 30 minutes.
Enjoy!
(recipe from Fourth & Elm Church of Christ Family Favorites cookbook)
 
Thank you all for reading and thank you for having me, Ada! 
xoxo,
Brittany

............................................................................................................Thank you for sharing with all of us, this delicious and yummy Banana Bread Recipe, Brittany. And I absolutely adore that portrait of yours with the Hunter Green Button-Down (that is the Color of the Moment) and gorgeous Gold/Silver Statement Necklace.

12 comments:

  1. Brittany is just gorgeous and oh my, I need to try that recipe!

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  2. Brittany is adorable and quite the baker. This recipe looks easy and so delicious! Heather

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    1. I adore her & her baby too. She is like Betty Crocker this girl - a phenomenal baker.

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  3. Nice to meet Brittany and that cake looks so yumm! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
    Love
    Juneli from Fashionably Yours

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    1. She is great. A beautiful new mamma and a fantastic baker. Glad I had her on my blog. =)

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  4. brittany rocks! and she DOES have the most amazing recipes! i love the joy in every one of her posts! the banana break looks incredible! <3
    maria

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    1. She does rock. I have actually checked out your blog too, Maria, via Britt. Congrats on welcoming a Baby Girl yourself soon. I just welcomed my little Vivian. It is an amazing feeling though hard and challenging at first.

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