I have 2 loaves of banana nut bread that are not quite baked completely(they are very dense with lots of banana). What other things could I make with them as I refuse to waste food??

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    I'd just try to cut into thin slices, then re-bake or toast in a toaster oven. (I do this with freshly-baked or slightly-stale banana bread also.) Are they so under-baked as to be completely inedible?
    – hoc_age
    Commented Aug 11, 2015 at 0:07

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You can make pretty much any bread-like substance into french toast (slice the bread, dip or soak in eggs mixed with a little milk, then shallow-fry in your choice of fat) or bread pudding (cube the bread, if necessary spread it out to dry and/or toast it, pile it in a baking pan, cover in a milk + egg + sweetening mixture, bake). Heck, if you're feeling really decadent (or you can't make up your mind), you can make french toast bread pudding: fry the bread, then make it into bread pudding.


Would make awesome bread pudding.

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