Hope B’s Delicious Banana bread
1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour (homogeneous mixture)
1 tsp baking soda (pure substance - NaHCO3)
1/2 tsp salt (pure substance - NaCl)
1/4 cup and a tablespoon of butter milk (homogeneous mixture)
1 1/2 cups of sugar (pure substance - C12H22O11)
2 eggs (heterogeneous mixture)
2 bananas, mashed (homogenous mixture)
1 tsp of vanilla (heterogenous)
(all of them combined is a homogenous mixture)
Cup of chocolate chips, sprinkle (heterogenous)
Combine all dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl and set aside.
Add in the wet ingredients into the mixing bowl as well
Mix in mixing bowl until it is a solid color. Make sure to get ingredients off sides of bowl as well
Pour liquid into a loaf pan, but make sure it is not exactly full. Pour liquid into another loaf pan if you have more left over, or keep repeating step until there is no batter is left. Place loaf pan/pans, into the oven.
Preheat oven to 325*
Bake until top is golden brown
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My family and I always make this recipe whenever we want a treat. I can remember helping my mom make it in the kitchen, ever since I was really young! Delicious definitely suits this recipe!
CHEMISTRY INFORMATION: In addition to the pure substances and mixtures shown below, the unmixed batter, the batter after the chocolate chips are sprinkled on the bread, and the finished bread, is all heterogeneous mixtures. The batter being poured and shaped into the loaf pan, is a physical change. Another change for physical, is how the batter looks after it's mixed together, the appearance looks more fine and liquidy. The rise of the bread proves an example of a chemical change. Another physical change is, how the chocolate chips spread because of the heat in the oven.
Submitted by: "Hope B"