National Banana Bread Day

National Banana Bread Day

One of the best food holidays of the year is soon to be upon us: National Banana Bread Day. February 23rd is the day that celebrates this delicious dessert, and it’s a holiday filled with all the banana bread treats that you can imagine. If you’re looking for a holiday to delight your taste buds and fill your tummy with goodness, there are few holidays better than National Banana Bread Day.

Banana Bread Day Activities

bananabreadNational Banana Bread Day is celebrated differently by people around the country, but there are many fun activities that can take place on this special day:

Bake Sales — Banana breads are some of the most popular items at bake sales, and National Banana Bread Day is a wonderful day to sell banana breads to raise funds for schools, churches, or charitable causes.

Bake-Offs — Many bakers pit their skills against other professionals in competitions to see who can produce the most delicious banana breads, muffins, cookies, and other banana desserts.

Eating Competitions — Many people will stuff their faces with these tasty desserts in order to prove their ability to eat more banana bread than anyone else. It’s a wonderful way to celebrate this tasty holiday!

Every city and town will have different activities on this special day, so contact local establishments to see how they will be celebrating National Banana Bread Day on February 23rd.

My Favorite Banana Bread Recipes

Want to make some tasty banana breads on this delicious holiday? Here are some of my favorite banana bread recipes:

Fluffy Banana Bread — The banana bread recipe is the classic one, but it calls for the egg whites to be beaten until fluffy before being folded gently into the mix.

Banana Nut Mix — Make your classic banana bread or muffin, but mix in chopped almonds, pecans, cashers, pistachios, and macadamia nuts to make yourself a nutty dessert!

Choconana Bread — Drop a few chocolate chips into your banana bread recipes, and eat the dessert while the bread is hot and the chocolate chips are melted and liquid.

Banana bread is a versatile dessert, so have fun whipping up your own breads on this special holiday!

This post was written by R. Wilcox

Comments

  1. I can’t wait to try these different recipes out on the family. They sound so yummy! Thank you again for your awesome addition of recipes to you blog.

  2. Jennifer Hedden says:

    I didn’t know there was a national banana bread day, but I am glad there is. It is great reason to make some delicious banana bread. Banana bread is my favorite bread. I will definitely have to try the different variations of the recipe that you shared.

  3. Mer says:

    Yum! I’ll certainly be celebrating. Chocolate chips sound like a great addition…I’ve also been known to spread on a little Nutella.

  4. jamie braun says:

    i had no idea there was a national banana bread day! how awesome! an extra excuse to eat something delicious!

  5. Rich Hicks says:

    thanks for the heads up on this day. Never knew it existed. Might make a banana pudding in celebration

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  6. I love banana bread…maybe our bananas will be ripe enough for banana bread day.

  7. Belinda says:

    I LOVE banana bread! My hubby makes it with chocolate chips and it’s SO yummy! I may have to try the fluffy recipe!

  8. Rosie says:

    oooh, I like all three ideas ! I’d like to try lightening it up with fluffy beaten egg whites, melty chocolate chips? yes mam!!! or adding different nuts than walnut – wowie! I didn’t realize what a rut I was in, but now I’m onto these great recipes!!

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