How to Build a Banana Chocolate Chip Bread Kit (WFMW)

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The aroma of Banana Chocolate Chip Bread as it bakes is one of the seven smell wonders of the world. Eating this tasty bread is a gastronomical treat.

I am always more than ready to smell and eat this gem. But I am not always ready to make it. That’s why I started making Banana Chocolate Chip Bread Kits. You know, gather all the dry ingredients together and put them into plastic bags to make your own “box” mix ready for some future use.

Read on for directions on how to make this Banana Chocolate Chip Bread box mix.

  1. Get recipe here. Read it through. Gather all your recipe ingredients, 1 baggy and 1 tie, 2 quart sized Ziploc bags, and 1 gallon sized Ziploc bag.
  2. Stir together flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt in a medium mixing bowl until blended. Put one quart sized Ziploc bag inside a glass. Pour the flour mixture in. Press out air and then close it.
  3. Combine chocolate chips and walnuts in a small bowl; toss with 1 Tablespoon flour. Put one baggie inside a glass. Pour the chocolate chip mixture in. Press out air and then twist tie it closed.
  4. Put one quart sized Ziploc bag inside a glass. Put 1 cup sugar into the quart Ziploc bag. Press out air and then close it.
  5. Put all three bags into a gallon sized Ziploc bag.
  6. I usually make 3 or 4 of these kits up at the same time. I do all one step for each recipe at one time. I.e. I’ll have 3 glasses with a quart sized baggie in each and put the flour mixture into them. Etc.
  7. I can get two kits into one gallon sized Ziploc bag. I rubber band the sugar and flour mixture bags (for each recipe bags) together.
  8. Print out a copy of the recipe and put it in the gallon Ziploc bag.

If something doesn’t make sense, leave a comment and I’ll sort it out. It sounds more complicated than it really is. Good eating!

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