Banana breads are usually quick breads which are leavened with baking soda instead of yeast. This is also the best way to use up over-ripe banana for both a delicious and healthy treat. Do you know that 23rd February is National Banana Bread Day? To celebrate National Banana Bread Day that is tomorrow, I adapted the recipe from My Kitchen Snippets partly because I still have leftover of bananas and dried cranberries. This is the most moist, soft and delicious banana bread that I ever tasted. It is so fragrant while it’s being baking in the oven, I’m giving 5 stars for it. You don’t need an electric mixer for this, just mix the ingredients with a large spatula and push the loaf pan into the oven and you’re done. My only problem is the baking time took up to 70 minutes for the bread to be fully cooked. Why? Because I’ve put in too much bananas and I threw in all the grated apple juices while mixing that made the batter quite wet. So remember to check on the timing when you want to bake this banana bread as temperature varies.