Jamerrill’s Banana Bread | Easy Bread Machine Recipe


– Hi, friends. I have been asked several times about how I do banana bread in my bread machine. So I’m gonna get my little
assembly line going here, and I’m hoping to make six or eight loaves by the end of the day today. Now, you can certainly make
banana bread in your oven, I just like the bread machines the same reason why I enjoy my slow cookers, is that I can get things set and then I can be busy for several hours as far as the slow cooker goes, or for about an hour and
a half or so as far as the bread machines go,
and come back to it later. It doesn’t need my immediate attention any time soon after I get it going, and I appreciate that,
because I get very busy in the in-between time, and if I had my banana bread in the oven and I needed to come back 20 or 30 minutes later, I’d probably change a diaper or be doing something else and burn it or who knows, I have a history of that. Okay, honey, love you. So anyway, that’s why I appreciate with the bread machine recipe
that I’m gonna use, I can use it on a quick bread setting, and it does end up taking
about an hour fifteen, hour thirty minutes, I get
two loaves going at a time, and so by bedtime tonight
I should have six or eight nice loaves that are completely done, and then we’ll have one
for breakfast tomorrow. I’ll stick the rest in the freezer, and then we’ll have them
for quick breakfasts and quick lunches as we need them. So, showing you what I’ve got, I’ve got a bunch of bananas
that oh, they’re just mushy and they’re ready to go, I have some eggs, I have my baking powder, milk, oil, all purpose flour. Now, last time I did banana bread I did it with whole wheat flour, I’m just out and this is what I have, so I’m all about using what you have. I also have a little bit of brown sugar and then some regular
old pure white sugar, and it is in my old coffee container. But, I’m sure there’s a lot of alternative sweeteners that you can
use in your banana bread. Use whatever works for you, this is just what I’m doing for us today. So with my bread machines, this is my Breadman bread machine that
I got on sale on Amazon, and this is my other
bread machine that I got at the thrift store for,
I think it was 2.99, and I’ll pop up a card
here for you on that. That’s the brand that it
is, and it words great, too. So, first thing I’m gonna do is just get both of these bread
machines sprayed out. Let’s see here. So, just gonna, whoop, take my spray, give them a good spray on the inside. And if you’re new to using a bread machine like I was, the way that the compartments work is there’s this little pan. This little pan comes out, and there’s a little dough hook, and that’s what you take
out when your bread is done. So, now, for the quick bread setting, I’m just gonna layer
my ingredients in here. So I’m gonna start with putting in one cup of milk in each bread machine. And then it’s a fourth of a cup of oil in each bread machine. – Mushy. – Mushy, mushy, good mushing. – Mushing it. – Here, let mommy take
a turn real quick, okay. – Mushing. – Mushing, we have a mix of some overripe bananas in here, and then
some bananas that were not overriped yet, but
what I do is I stick them in the microwave for
about a minute or two. – Mommy, I was going to mush. – I’m so sorry, you take over mushing. Mush, mush, mush, you’re a good mixer. So, just to help those
bananas get nice and ripe, I’ll just stick them in
the microwave on a plate. – [Amelia] Done, momma. – Good job. – Mashing. – That’s good, mashy mashy. Mashy, mashy. – Done. – Yup, let me help you
just one more minute here. Mashy, mashy, mashy. Mashy, mashy, mashy, and
now you can mash those while I put this in the
microwave for a minute, okay? – Mash it. – So what Amelia and I have
done is we actually got the mixer out and we’ve
been using the mixer on the bananas, just since it was so many, to really get them all broken up well. Right Amelia? – Uh huh. – So, for a large loaf of banana bread, again, in a perfect world, we would use two cups of bananas per loaf. However, I’m a little
short on bananas to do the eight loaves that
I’d like to have done by the end of the day, so I’m gonna use one cup of bananas per loaf. It’ll still be wonderful,
it’ll still be banana bread, but it’s totally okay to scooch how many cups you use based on
what you have on hand. So, I’m going to take
a cup of bananas now, put it in each machine, another cup of bananas, put it in this machine. Next I’m gonna put in four eggs into each bread machine, so it’s nice when Aldi has those 59 cent a dozen
eggs, because they’re great for making these breads. (upbeat music) I’m gonna do a cup of sugar
in each bread machine, so there’s one, and then here is two. Now I don’t always add brown sugar, but I have brown sugar on hand, so I’m gonna put a fourth of a cup of brown sugar for each
of these loaves, too. So, there’s brown sugar, plop one. I have approximately three cups of white all purpose flour that I’m pouring in. When I use whole wheat
flour, I use the same amount. So I put each of those
in each bread machine, and then here’s our other three cups into this bread machine. Next we need two tablespoons of baking powder in each bread machine. There’s one. Two. And already I forget what I said, I don’t know if I said
teaspoons or tablespoons. It’s teaspoons, very important. Two teaspoons of baking powder in each bread machine, don’t do tablespoons. One. Two. And then after that, there
is nothing else to add, I’m just gonna shut these
lids and get them going. Now another thing that I do is, the flour can stick to
the sides a little bit, so after it mixes for a minute or two I just take a rubber spatula
and go around the edges, and then I can leave it alone for the rest of its baking time. And I lied, I forgot each bread machine also needs a teaspoon of salt. Okay, now we are ready to hit go. So, it probably takes me about 10 minutes to get two loaves going, but again, then I don’t have to mess
with them for a while. I’m gonna get these started now. So, for my Breadman, I just shut the lid. I hear you, Amelia, and
then I put it on number six. – Mommy, look, look at this. – I see, you got the doggy box, I see. So I put it on six for the quick bread, and then I just hit start and it’s gonna start whirling around in there. And then here’s my thrift store find. For my thrift store
find, it makes a little louder beep, and I don’t
have a book for this, but I just use it in the same way. I put it on the express bake 80 minutes. (beeps) Loud beeping. Okay, and then I hit start,
and it’ll start whirling too. And Miss Amelia has a box on the floor behind me so that’s the extra racket. So, real quick, it’s
mixing around but you can see the dough around the side, so I’m just going to scrape it off and then it’ll all mix well. So both bread machines are going now, what I’m gonna do is
lightly clean up my mess, but still leave my dry goods out. These both have about an hour and a half. At that hour and a half
time, we’ll stick a fork in them, I’ll see if they
need a few more minutes. If they do, we’ll put them
in for about 10 more minutes. I’ll show you what setting I use for that. And I’m just gonna leave everything else ready to go again with
two more loaves later. Here’s a quick check-in on
how the mixing is going, so you can see all that
dough now is nicely mixed in. So, I’m all hot and sweaty
’cause I’ve been outside actually running up a hill with the kids. This banana bread has beeped. We’re gonna be gone for a little bit now, going on a nice walk, I’m gonna set this banana bread back
on for about 10 more minutes ’cause it’s not quite done. So on this bread machine,
there’s a bake only setting, and I can put it on that. Whoops, go back around the horn here, and then hit start, and it’ll just bake it for 10 more minutes. Sometimes it has to go 10 more minutes, sometimes it has to go 20, so we’ll just see how it goes today. So guys, you can tell,
we got caught in the rain on our walk, so we are
running in real quick, and we’re gonna have
some banana bread now, ’cause we have two loaves hot and fresh. So here’s what it looks like
out of the bread machine. I’m gonna slice this up and we’re gonna have it with some hot butter on it. It’s gonna be a great
snack, and I’m gonna get more in the bread machine,
hopefully I can have six or eight loaves done
by the end of the day.

100 thoughts on “Jamerrill’s Banana Bread | Easy Bread Machine Recipe

  1. I will try this for sure. I usually make banana bread in the oven but its over 102 degrees here, so my crock pot and bread machine are my best friends now :))

  2. I hope you got all you loaves done. Have you ever added cinnamon to your banana bread? My mom does and it's so good!
    I love your measuring cups and spoons. Super cute!

  3. Great video, when I make my Banana Bread in my Bread Machine I always add a little lemon juice so that the banana's don't turn dark. You can't taste it, it just helps with the color of the bread (I like the yellow color). I sometimes add walnuts to it also. Thanks for sharing!!!

  4. I tried this for Father's day breakfast and it did not turn out got his hopes up and it was not good not sure what was different so I am gonna go back to the granny's recipe in the oven in the morning… What do you all have planned for 4th of July? Do you all do fireworks or go watch at a river show. We watch usually at the river and it is so pretty.

  5. You are the most amazing mom. Love how you "go with the flow" with your children. Love your videos. Still love your frozen PB&Js. Taking notes for future granndchildren!

  6. You are the most amazing mom. Love how you "go with the flow" with your children. Love your videos. Still love your frozen PB&Js. Taking notes for future granndchildren!

  7. I am a fan of yours – I've seen all your videos and bought a bread machine because of your videos. I love how clean your kitchen counters are — it's amazing! I'm a single 39 year old single woman and I can't even keep my counters that clean!

  8. I pulled my bread machine out of storage after watching this ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ have u ever tried pumpkin bread in the bread machine?

  9. Today I tried your corn bread recipe. It tastes great. It was my first time to bake corn bread. Next time I will try your banana bread! Greetings from Germany!

  10. I love how you involve the kids! (And I love that they want to be involved). My kids would never dream of wanting to help

  11. Could you use this recipe in the oven. Cause I don't have a bread machine. If you can what temp should I put it on and for how long

  12. yum! if I'm making a ton of batches or I want to have the dry stuff prepped, I will take 6 or so ziploc bags and place all the preportioned dry ingredients in each bag like an assembly line, then put all my dry stuff away, and zip up my bags and leave the bags there for me for when I need them so I don't have to worry about measuring that part out. it helps things move along a lot faster. you can do this with paper bags as well.

  13. trying this right now ๐Ÿ˜ฑ I popped some chocolate chips in (ok alot of chocolate chips) and my goodness between that and my slow cooker bolognase my house smells delishous hehe.
    so grateful for this chanel, massive love from my little loving family 2 your big loving family xx

  14. I just started your banana bread recipe in my bread machine I am excited to see how it comes out this is my second time using it . Thanks for all your recipes you share. I also am trying chicken pot pie in my crockpot ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  15. You truly are encouraging! I love your videos. I picked up a cheap used bread machine after watching your videos. I haven't perfected the bread dough like when I was making it by hand but I'm sure I'll get the hang of it… and using the bread machine is such a time saver with homeschooling and a new baby. Thanks for sharing your journey with us!

  16. If you do another Q+A I am curious if your kids fight and annoy eachother a lot? I feel like I am always breaking up fights. And what do you do to help with those situations?

  17. Apparently this recipe isn't going to work in my bread machine, tried it last night it baked well over an hour and was still doughy in the center but the crust was almost burned ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”

  18. Oh my gosh!! I was told this was impossible. I need another bread machine now that I know this trick I will be using mine ALOT more. Thank you for posting this!!

  19. My mom used to put some kind of nut in there it was really good. Have you ever tried adding nuts or chocolate chips to yours?

  20. I just tried this recipe. I was so excited to try this in my bread machine but it didn't turn out. it got almost done on the outside but not the inside. it was all batter on the inside. I took it out and it's now in the oven. Not sure whether it will turn out but we will see. My Zosurushi bread machine is pretty old and didn't have the option for extra baking time. The machine is about 19 years old.

  21. Girl! you inspired me to get a bread maker!! $3.75 ( was 50% off) at my nearby thrift store. I'm so excited!!

  22. l have some rumford baking powder l didnt think it was any difrent than clabber girlaAND L DID SEE A LOT OF Bbread machines at my goodwill a lot of them but l didnt lookat the price or ask if they work and l didnt know they come to make quick bread now in the new models have a old one from the 90sand the little paddle wont come out after its baked does anybody know what to do or l have to call the 800 numberOH AND L LOVE BANANA BREAD MAYBE W WALNURS OR BLACKWALNUTS YUMMIE

  23. I have one, but not used I lost Manuel ….I just wand banana bread recipe as easy as this one and wheat/ white bread?
    Any idea where together bread machine recipes for dummies? Needs to be simple, I have arthritis hard on my hands when I bake bread ! The old way !! Love your program …such a good mom and I'm amazed at how you manage everything you do !

  24. I drug my man to the thrift store yesterday to see if we could find a bread machine and we found a Breadman Ultimate Plus for $7.99. This thing is amazing and the first recipe I tried it out with this morning was your banana bread recipe. We both went crazy over it and now the whole loaf is almost gone and it's only been a few hours. I also made a spin off of the slow cooker meatloaf you showed in another video and it's his favorite thing I've made so far. You are such an inspiration for me to be the best housewife I can be. We both want to start a family and are just praying on the Lord to give us our own little blessings. Watching your vlogs help me keep positivity and have faith that we will be blessed when the time is right.

  25. great video!ย  thanks for info.ย  I got a bunch of ripe banana's that I was like," What am I going to do?"ย Love your video!!!

  26. Just finished making and it is delicious. The only thing I had to bake another 40 minutes, but it is excellent! Thank you!!

  27. Your house must smell amazing with all your cooking I am so glad that I found your channel as you make me want to cook meals like you do .

  28. So glad I watched this! I was going to make banana bread and saw you use the mixer on the bananas and remembered that was how I got them to that non lumpy consistency. i thought I put them in food processor, but nope that is what I did.

  29. Omg i I got hamilton beach bread machine model 29881 n I don't know how to add extra time like u did please help thanks ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒบ

  30. Loved the video and your recipe. However, two cups of bananas was too much for my Breadman and the center was not cooked. I've been using bread machines for years and knew that I just had too much moisture. Tried again with 1 cp. of banana and it came out perfectly. My daughter said she adds more flour if it looks too liquid during the "long mix". Great recipe. Thanks!

  31. Just for thought… I bet you couldโ€™ve added applesauce instead of the few bananas you were lacking…well assuming you had applesauce around. ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜Š

  32. I LOVE this recipe! I usually donโ€™t have enough bananas either. I find that adding that extra cup of another fruit works great, Iโ€™ve used frozen blueberries, and frozen raspberries.

  33. Those look amazing. Question for you, wouldn't it be easier to make up the batter for multiple loaves and pour it in the bread makers? Keep up the wonderful work.

  34. I just found a bread machine for $1.00 at our thrift store.. It's a Sunbeam and I went online and typed in the make and model of it and found a manual for it.. I'm sure you can do the same for yours. I do have a question. HOW BIG IS YOUR MACHINE.? 1 1/2LB. OR 2 LBS. LOAFS? Thanks I really wanted to know before I tried this incase it was to big for mine. It only does 1 1/2 or 2 lbs loaf. Thanks for all your video's. Hope y'all are having a Blessed Week. Mechille ๐Ÿ™‚

  35. Which bread maker you like better between these two? Did you stir both bread maker or just the breadman one? Thanks

  36. if you add ingredients to the pans before setting them in the machine you only have to worry about spilling on the counter, not in the machine.

  37. I am exhausted just watching you in action. I only had two children, and I was beyond being perplexed keeping up with them. God bless you.

  38. For people who are new to bread machines, it really is better to take the pans out, and fill the pans with the ingredients or already mixed up batter, and then put the pans back into the machines. Much less risk of getting ingredient spillage outside of the pans and down into the wells which has started fires.

    If you find a machine at a thrift store, then look to see that it has a paddle, that the pan is in good condition, and that it comes out and reseats well, and also that the lid closes properly. My thrift store does not allow testing, so do what you can to check it out, but be willing to accept that not all the cycles will work properly.

  39. I have this in my machine now. I added a little vanilla and cinnamon And, I wish I would have known that I could have found one at the thrift store…I paid over $100 for my cuisinart convention one ๐Ÿ™

  40. that's about the best looking banana bread I have seen. thank's. I just wanted to ask you a ?? not to take away from your recipe, but instead of flour, could I use Brown rice flour or Coconut flour?? just asking because I made Pumpkin Bread using Brown rice flour and it turned out like your's. and was a really big hit. thank's for the recipe. Nicky

  41. https://www.oster.com/service-and-support/product-support/instruction-manuals/kitchen-tools-manuals/breadmakers/food-prep-breadmakers-manual.html

    Your thrift store find manual might be online.

  42. God bless! Youโ€™re recording your video and you have your children helping. Awesome! Not only you were very precise given instructions about making the cake but you were multitasking and paying close attention to your children as well . Youโ€™re are wonderful…thanks!!! ๐Ÿ†๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ

  43. Can u please make more stuffs on the bread machine. I made the banana bread so, flavorful loved it but, I don't know why my bread came out more like a pudding and by next day it was hard? Can u please tell me what I'm doing wrong? I followed the recepie the right way, I mafe it 3 times and I still failed. So, I had to try a different banana bread recepie and came out delicious but with this one the recepie calls for baking powder and baking soda and with yours its 2 tsp of baking powder only? I'm thinking maybe thats y it came out tough u think??

  44. Bought a Cuisinart bread machine from my favorite thrift store for a whopping $5 . Can't wait to try this and many more of your quick bread recipes in it .
    Also bought a Cuisinart coffee maker with the stainless steel carafe' for $6. Best coffee maker I have ever owned in my life . No Lie !

  45. Thank you for the way you tell us the ingredients. I actually could write the recipe down without having to keep going back to write it down.
    I am excited to make this banana bread.

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