Chocolate Covered Banana Bread

Sipping my morning vat of coffee is a moment that I savor every single day. Enhancing that moment felt impossible until I created this incredibly rich chocolate ganache covered banana bread—I mean, who doesn't love banana bread in the morning (afternoon and night)? There is truly something special about this one. That creamy unique flavor in the chocolate coating elevated to a whole new level by the International Delight French Vanilla Creamer, I'm obsessed! I'm pretty sure this is what Beyoncé meant when she said "let me upgrade you". I'm so with her. My morning coffee routine has been officially upgraded!

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  1. TO MAKE YOUR BANANA BREAD BATTER. preheat your oven to 350°.

    In your large mixing bowl, cream together your butter and sugar using your electric hand mixer—about 2 minutes.

    Add in your banana chunks, vanilla and beaten eggs and continue to mix.

    In your medium mixing bowl, combine your flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt.

    Fold together using your rubber spatula.

    Pour your flour mixture into your banana sugar mixture.

    Use your electric hand mixer to fully mix the two together. 

    Grease your bread pan with your extra butter.

    Pour your batter into your bread pan.

    Optional, place your bread pan on your baking sheet for ease of moving it in and out of the oven.

    Bake for 1 hour.

    Let cool in the bread pan to room temperature—about 1 hour.

  2. TO MAKE YOUR INTERNATIONAL DELIGHT CHOCOLATE GANACHE. Transfer your banana bread onto a plate.

    Set aside.

    Fill your saucepan with water about an inch high.

    Put your second medium mixing bowl into your saucepan to create a double boiler.

    Turn your hear to medium.

    Add in your chocolate, heavy cream and International Delight French Vanilla Creamer.

    Use your rubber spatula to mix until you have a smooth chocolate sauce.

    Use your ladle to pour your drizzle your chocolate ganache over your banana bread.

    Use your rubber spatula to spread the chocolate ganache as you would frosting on a cake.

    Refrigerate till your chocolate ganache is firm and set—about 30 minutes.

    Cut and eat!

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