Most banana bread recipes make two loaves, which was fine when we had four children at home. Now that there is just the two of us, I decided to create a recipe for just one loaf by combining the best ideas from a few different recipes. It was recipe success on the first try. This bread is so moist that even the end pieces are delicious. The fragrance while it is baking is reason enough to make it.
This easy breakfast casserole is berry delicious and perfect to serve for brunch or when you have overnight guests. The combination of berries creates their own sauce, so maple syrup isn’t necessary unless you want a bit more sweetness.
Ever since learning that berries are a super food, we try to eat at least a handful every day. Berries are low in calories but extremely high in nutrients. They have the highest antioxidant capacity of any food. Because of that they neutralize free radicals in your body. They’re good for your heart, help prevent cancer and new studies indicate that they are also nature’s Viagra.
Plus, they taste delicious! I add them to smoothies and toss them in salads. They’re wonderful on a bowl of granola in the morning and they are divine when baked as they are in this recipe.