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Dolly, help me! I just spent an hour making banana bread from scratch, put it in the oven, and as I was cleaning up the kitchen, I discovered I’d used powdered sugar in place of flour!!!! Crushed.

Tempted to let it bake and see what happens, but will my loaf pan be permanently encrusted with it?

Your sympathies and reassurances requested. If I ever needed friends, it is now!!!! Below is how my disaster looked after twelve minutes in the oven. I took it out!! The second photo is how the oven looked after I took it out.

Go HERE to see what ultimately happened to this mess.

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  1. koolkosherkitchen

    Dear Judy, I am sorry, but do not, I repeat, DO NOT bake it! I don’t know whether your pan will be permanently encrusted (that depends on a few factors), but why waste time baking when you’ll have to dump it anyway! Dump it now and chuck it off to funny mistakes that happen to everyone!

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      It actually tastes sort of good–like banana jam!!! Runny though. Wonder what would happen if I continued cooking it in a really big pan on the stove..or if I mixed in flour now?

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  2. Cyranny

    Oh my!! My sincere condolences for the loss of your banana bread, Judy! I sure hope you don’t have to say goodbye to your pan too… All the best for your next try ๐Ÿ˜‰ xx

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      1. Nabeela

        Mistakes happens while cooking…. At that time it will make us so irritated and tensed…. But later on, it is just a joke you can share with your loved ones….


  3. slmret

    I think you can mix in the flour and rebake, but the banana bread will be REALLY sweet! You might want to put in a little lemon juice with the flour! And be sure to soak the bread pan overnight — there’s so much sugar there that it might just melt right off!


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    Don’t listen to Janet, I did and my chocolate cup cake exploded, they you thought it and my kitchen were funny~! Then the next time she had me making some kind of super sweet lemon fluff stuff, that stuck to the pan.
    Just kidding Janet, it must have been all my fault, as I was unable to blame it on Tami. If you can’t do it outside on the grill, it ain’t fit for man nor beast anyway~! And I now buy my cookies ready made, at CostCo.

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