Thursday, October 31, 2013

Fresh Squeezed Stamps New Release (Day 3)

It's Day 3 (and last) over Fresh Squeezed Stamps for the new release! Have you checked them out yet? Here are the links to Day 1 and Day 2.

This set called "Holiday Tag Alongs" is super fun to use with making labels and tags!
You can totally see why...
Tag 1
Here I made a loaf of Banana Chip Bread and I think I am going to mass produce them and give them to all my neighbors! 

Here is my Banana Chip Bread recipe that I used. It's from a local Canadian cook book. I made it numerous time and it never fails me!
Butter or margarine --------1/2 Cup
Sugar--------------------------3/4 Cup
Eggs---------------------------2 
Mashed banana--------------1 Cup (about 3 medium)

All-purpose flour-----------2 Cups
Baking soda-----------------1 teaspoon
Baking powder-------------- 1/2 teaspoon
Salt---------------------------- 1/2 teaspoon
Semi sweet chocolate chips-----1 Cup

Mix wet ingredients, then add to mixed dry ingredients. Transfer to a 9x5x3 inch loaf pan. Bake in 350F (180 C) in preheat oven for 50-60 mins ( or test with a toothpick and see if it comes out clean). ENJOY!

Be sure to stop by at Fresh Squeezed Stamps and enter a comment for a chance to win this stamp set! Thanks so much for stopping by!

16 comments:

Miriam Prantner said...

What a great way to package some goodies! This is such a useful new set!

joy said...

Very nice label, Virginia! And thanks for the recipe - sounds yummy!

Sheila H said...

Cute labels - and the recipe looks yummy. Thanks for sharing :) Happy Halloween!

~amy~ said...

yum!
Perfect timing as I was going to dig around for that same recipe this weekend!!!

Barb said...

Yummy! You've package your bread beautifully, V! Love the pretty colors and pop of red with the bow!

Annette Allen said...

wow what a great gift.. sounds yummy. thanks for sharing the recipe..

conil said...

Yum...great gifts and so prettily wrapped. Thanks for the recipe, sounds delicious.

Barb Ghig said...

Your tag is perfect for your Banana Bread, Virginia...so festive! I'm sure your neighbors will be impressed!
Thank you so much for the recipe, too ~ It looks yummy!

Tracey McNeely said...

Virginia what a fantastic idea to use the tags for! I love this.

Diane MoneyGoolsby said...

Hi, Virginia: Love your bread labels. Going to try your banana bread recipe--I made some yesterday and mine was dry--your recipe seems better--thanks for sharing

Blessings,

Diane
http://DianesDigitalDesigns.blogspot.com

Greta said...

Looks like a great recipe, Virginia! May have to make some of that as well as my usual pumpkin bread. Love the way you used these neat tag stamps!

Laura B. said...

Yummmmy! Gonna have to try your recipe! These are so cute! Love the packaging!

Linda R said...

Yumm... Looks so good. And thanks for the recipe. You wrapped them up so pretty.

Hugs~

lenny said...

mmm ... looks yummy. Getting hungry here ... Looove how you wrapped the bread! You totally rocked the new stamps!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

That looks tasty...oh and pretty too! :)

Helen F. said...

Wonderful Food Gift idea, Virginia. Thanks for sharing the yummy recipe~definitely will try this :)