Damn. Why Is It That’s There’s Nothing Better to Do with Overripe Bananas than Making Bread?


This won’t end well today. I’ll start by picking at the yummy crusty corners, then I’ll have to straighten out the crookedness by making a straight slice……and at some point I’ll probably toast a slice and what’s toasted banana bread without butter? See where I’m going? Down the path to hell.

I think I would have been better off freezing the overripe bananas for a healthy smoothie. But I didn’t. 🙂

11 thoughts on “Damn. Why Is It That’s There’s Nothing Better to Do with Overripe Bananas than Making Bread?

    1. Aw shucks, this is merely a Bisquick banana bread. 2.3 cups Bisquick, 3 eggs, 3 bananas, tsp. vanilla, 1/3 cup veg oil. Recipe calls for adding 1/2 cup sugar but I didn’t. The bananas make it plenty sweet to my taste buds. Nuts optional too. I added walnuts. Bake about 55 min at 350.

    1. Does the recipe come with a ladder to get me down from the ceiling after the sugar high? Whoa, too sweet for me. Love the Brian Banana gif. Brian is just too great for words. There are two types of people in this world – those who love Family Guy, and those who think its trash. I’m the former. The ring tone I have for one of my boys is Stewie in his famous Ma Ma Ma Ma, Mom, Mom, Mommy. Classic!

      1. Family Guy has gotten off base lately – its best years were earlier seasons, my favorite was the two part series when Stewie and Brian went to find Santa Claus.

        1. I FORGOT ALL ABOUT THAT SCENE. I literally snorted, especially hearing the words of the letter writer. Winner winner.

          I’m thinking out loud now, but aren’t there two different Santa Claus episodes – one where they do get to the North Pole and all the elves look sickly etc, the same one where they do the song and dance routine to rent the helicopter? Or am I interlarding several episodes? Searching online, Hulu has a paid subscription to the Family Guy episodes. Don’t like that, unless I was Seth McFarlane.

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