We Asked, You Cooked: Banana Bread — Fan Photos

Check out Food Network fans' photos of an easy-to-make banana bread, one of FoodNetwork.com's most-popular recipes.
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Just last month Food Network asked fans on Facebook to try their hands at one of FoodNetwork.com's best-ever recipes, Ina Garten's mustard-roasted chicken, and to show us your results with photos of the finished dish. This time, however, we asked you to ditch the stovetop in favor of the oven for a sweet treat: a top-rated banana bread that's one of the most-popular recipes on the site. In true superfan spirit, many of you took to the kitchen to make this moist, cinnamon-scented loaf; check out some of FN Dish's favorite fan photos of the finished banana bread, then get the recipe for this easy dessert.

From Laura Mapel: Pictured above
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