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Ripe bananas.I love making banana bread. It is one of my favorites. I thought I would share what I do with my ripened bananas.

I buy bananas with each food shopping day. I always make sure I buy a few extra. When they are ripened, I peel, mash (a bit chunky) and put them in a Rubbermaid airtight sealed container. I always use ones that are marked with the amount they hold. I use 2 cup containers.

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The preview you will see holds 1 3/4 cups. I write out a sticky label with the amount and the date and freeze them. When I have enough (about 6 cups of mashed bananas), I thaw them in lukewarm water, and this makes 4 large banana breads. I won't write the recipe as I have already posted my banana bread recipe. Unless otherwise I am asked to.

A lot of people do not think that mashed bananas can be frozen. They freeze just fine! Enjoy! :)
Editor's Note: We have linked to Jackie's Banana Bread Squares recipe below.

Link: Frosted Banana Bread Squares

Mashed bananas in a container.
 
A marked container of mashed bananas.
 
Mashed bananas in a sealed container.
 
Mashed bananas in the freezer.
 

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