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Great recipe. Blueberries seem to compliment the banana flavor.
Moist and quite tasty!! Love the little loaves - they were too cute to eat... almost!! ;) Used a little less sugar and added a bit more blueberries. Baked for about 40 minutes. Thanks georgi! :)
This was good. Very similar to the recipe I always use with the exception of the yogurt. I needed to cook it longer than recommended. The last 10 minutes I covered it with foil to keep it from browning any further.
This is a really great recipe! I only had 2/3 cup of blueberries left, so I added an equal amount of dried cranberries, and it came out super great! I used the lemon yogurt you suggested, too. Thought I'd be freezing a loaf or two, but we couldn't stop eating them until they were gone! So moist and delicious! Nice job, georgi, a keeper for sure!
Yum! I made this recipe after seeing it suggested in community cafe but I made it in muffin tins. I also subbed blueberry pie filling because I had some to use up which made the batter darker than it would have been with just blueberries. The kids loved this and I'll use this recipe again! Thanks for posting!
Oh, georgi... how could you have kept these from me for so long? You know, I don't even like sweet stuff, but all I wanted to do after the first bite of my piece was get MORE...before I even had a second bite! Perfect. Even my picky husband said so. Not too sweet, lovely texture and excellent mixture of flavors. And EASY! I did cut the recipe in half as I only had two mini spring form cake pans (and zero "loaf" pans), but next time, and that won't be much longer than a day or two, I'll have the proper number of pans (30) and will be One Happy Piggy! Thanks so much for a great recipe, my little PAC munchkin! ;o)