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Blueberry Chocolate Chip Banana Oat Bread

Blueberry Chocolate Chip Banana Oat Bread

Muffins or quick bread?  Which would you choose?  I generally go for muffins, they’re so much quicker to bake, and the edges are the best part anyways.  But, if you make bread, the pan is way easier to clean.  Such a conundrum.

Not really.  But I do usually make muffins, so when I decided to go with blueberry chocolate chip banana oat bread the other day, everyone here was very excited.  Apparently we need to get out more.  Although I can’t really blame them, it WAS really good bread, and it was a nice change from the usual muffins.

I used fresh blueberries, just cause I had some that were a little past their prime, but you can definitely use frozen.  I usually do in baked goods since I like keeping the fresh fruit for snacking.  Just don’t thaw the frozen berries before mixing them in.  This bread was incredibly soft, with just the right amount of berries and chocolate, and we gobbled it up in under a day.  Obviously I should make banana bread a little more often!

Blueberry Chocolate Chip Banana Oat Bread

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nari

Wednesday 15th of June 2016

Hi..tks for a great recipe..Could you convert a cup measuring of flour into grams? Thanks again...♡nari

stacey

Wednesday 15th of June 2016

Hi Nari - I'm slowly adding the weights to older recipes, but haven't updated this one yet! When I measure flour, I get 5 ounces (140 grams) per cup of flour. Hope you enjoy the banana bread!

Peter

Tuesday 9th of June 2015

Thanks a lot Stacey , no problem here I love huge muffins so there won't be any issue. I will experiment and tell you :)

stacey

Tuesday 9th of June 2015

It actually sounded like such a good idea that I made some this morning, and then I could give you the right time for baking rather than just guessing! I may actually post it again as muffins cause I really liked the way they turned out - we'll see though! Hope you like them! :)

Peter

Tuesday 9th of June 2015

Hi stacey ,what a lovely recipe. I wanna convert this recipe to muffins do you think it is possible? How much time should I accomodate for regular size muffin pan (12) ?

stacey

Tuesday 9th of June 2015

Thanks Peter - it works great as muffins, if you make it into 12 muffins it will take about 25-28 minutes to bake at 375F. They will be large muffins, the cups will be full, you could make them a bit smaller and make more, but you'll probably want to check if they're done a bit earlier then. Hope you like them!

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