BANANA BREAD IN A JAR!!!!

 




The banana bread is made in a jar. What? Wuh??? Pretty crazy, huh? Why does someone want to make banana bread in a mason jar? 

Ok, for a few reasons: I enjoy making these beauties as gifts. I can make a bunch at a time and take it to my neighbors as a kind gesture, pass it on as a party favor, give it as a Christmas present, as a teacher's gift, or store it in my refrigerator. 


If well packed, they will stay in the freezer for a few months! Thinking of food storage people! 


You should decorate the jars with a ring of batting and fun fabric under the jarring and add a sweet sticker. So cute darn!


  • HERE'S WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO NEED TO GET STARTED: 


- 420 gr.Of flour.

- 400 gr.Of white sugar.

- 170 gr.Of shortening. 

- 2/3 C.Of crushed pecans.

- 2/3 C.Of water. 

- 4 medium eggs. 

- 4 mashed bananas. 

- 2 t.Of baking soda. 

- 1 t.Of salt. 

- 1 t.Of ground cinnamon. 

- 1/2 t.Of baking powder. 

- 1/2 t.Of ground cloves. 



 • THE METHOD:


- Step 1: Set the oven at 325 to preheat, and grease the inside of 8 glass pots. 


- Step 2: Cream the shortening with sugar in a large bowl until fluffy as well. 


- Step 3: Stir in the water, mashed bananas and eggs. 


- Step 4: Blend the dried ingredients in a separate bowl. 


- Step 5: Combine the banana mixture with dry ingredients and whisk in the nuts. 


- Step 6: In the prepared jars, pour the mixture, just halfway in. For 45 minutes, bake.in your preheated oven.   


- Step 7: Sterilize in the boiling water lids And rings, then add them to the jars. 


- Step 8: At room temperature, store the jars.


WELL, GUESS WHAT? THEY'RE SLIDING OUT TOO QUICKLY! JUST GIVE THEM A LITTLE SHAKE, AND THEY'RE COMING OUT.