I need to quit this habit of JIT (just-in-time) blogging. Hopefully, I’ll get this post up before the day is out.
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Fortunately for me, this week’s Tuesdays With Dorie selection of Cocoa-Nana Bread was mercifully easy, and I was able to bake and photograph the goods before I polished off my last cup of coffee this morning.
This quick bread recipe is intended as a breakfast treat that combines the flavors of chocolate and banana. You’ve got to love a recipe that slips in a healthy dose of chocolate into breakfast food.
I was a bit underwhelmed with the final results. The look of this dark brown loaf is deceiving, as the chocolate flavor wasn’t very intense, and you could barely taste the two bananas that went into the batter. Still, I did appreciate that it wasn’t overwhelmingly sweet, so it wouldn’t assult the taste buds first thing in the morning.
Of course, I had my sous chef Siena hovering in the kitchen looking for some crumbs to fall: