This ain’t yo Mama’s banana bread. This banana bread with Oreo Biscoff Spread is so amazing, and so much better than the original that I had no choice but to post it on my Mom’s birthday since she’s so stinking amazing. In fact, this banana bread is so sinfully delicious you may want to hide in the closet just to devour it. (Let’s be honest, if you’re a parent you probably already hide in the closet or at least hide your treats around the house because heaven knows that as soon as you take a bite you’ll have a little one on your leg begging for some, a bite, or at my house, “I try it, Mom?”)So Mom, because you are the most patient, kind, accepting, giving, and humble person that I know, and because I know that I wore you out more than most of the other kids in the fam, here’s to you, a dessert to hide in the closet and devour all on your own because you deserve it. Thank you for passing on the love of hot french fries and a desire to love and teach my own children.
This oreo biscoff banana bread is about to change your world, and I’d even go as far as to say that your overall happiness may improve as well. The bread is easy to make with our favorite Biscoff Oreo Spread (peel yourselves up off the floor. You heard right, oreos and Biscoff blended in a jar of love) and Land O’ Lakes butter that makes the bread itself tender and moist, stuffed full of two kinds of chocolate chips, and then topped with an oreo crumble. I die.
This is one of those times that it’s perfectly acceptable to not share, shove the kids aside (nicely), pound your way up the stairs and into your closet to hide the bread so that it may be devoured promptly at 8:15 pm when the kiddos are nestled into their beds and husbands are turning on, The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead
And since you brought the subject, what the heck is up with, The Walking Dead? Everyone and their mom seems to be watching the show, but I just cannot bring myself to hop on board. It seems so creepy! So fill me in folks, are you watching and if so, how do you sleep at night? Like, literally how are you sleeping and not up with nightmares? It looks like it’s pretty gory! Yes, I’m a wimp and I realize that, but is the show really that good?
Here’s the link to the oreo biscoff spread in case you missed it in the recipe.
Anyway, back to the deliciousness, if you’re smart like me you’ll add a smear of butter to the hot, squishy, oh my gosh I can’t even stand it!!! Why am I writing this at 11:30 at night? I’m so ridiculously hungry now! Ok, let me regroup, if you’re smart you’ll add a smear of butter to the hot bread, if you’re like my hubby I guess you can skip it, but just know that you officially aren’t coo’. 😉 It’s always all about the dairy, and you’re probably going to want a tall glass of milk to go with this. Just click the link to see why dairy should be a part of your life too.
Oreo Biscoff Banana Bread
- 1¾ Cup All Purpose Flour
- ¾ Teaspoon Baking Soda
- 1¼ Teaspoon Cream of Tartar
- ½ Teaspoon Salt
- ⅓ Cup Land O Lakes Butter, unsalted, softened
- ⅓ Cup Oreo Biscoff Spread
- ⅔ Cup White Sugar
- 2 Large Eggs
- 1 Cup Over Ripe Banana, smashed *see note
- ¾ Cup Milk Chocolate Chips
- ½ Cup Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
- 1 Cup Crushed Oreo Cookies optional
- Heat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray a small to medium sized loaf pan with nonstick spray.
- In a medium bowl, mix the flour, baking soda, cream of tartar, and salt. Set aside.
- In a glass measuring cup add the peeled bananas and smash with a fork. I prefer to smash mine, not puree them for better texture.
- In the bowl of a standing mixer, add the butter, oreo biscoff spread and sugar Mix on medium speed until completely combined and smooth, add the eggs and mix on medium speed to combine.
- Bring both the flour mixture and smashed banana to the mixer. Add a little flour and mix, and then add a little banana and mix again. Continue going back and forth until both ingredients have been used.
- Add the chocolate chips and stir them in with a wooden spoon.
- Pour the mixture into a loaf pan, and top with crushed oreos. Place in the oven for 50-60 minutes tenting with foil the last 10-12 minutes to help keep a lighter color. Remove from the oven when the bread sounds hollow. Ours always takes 58-60 minutes, but this will depend on your oven.
- Allow to cool for better slices as bread has a harder time staying together when hot. (Although we could care less if it breaks, so we always eat it hot.)
I do not use black bananas as the very freckly, turning brown ones seem to come out with better results.
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*We are in a working partnership with The Utah Dairy Council, but all opinions are my own, and my opinion is, it’s all about the dairy. 😉