Easter Dinner Celebrations with Greek Bread | Herbal Goodness

Easter Dinner Celebrations with Greek Bread | Herbal Goodness

Easter celebrates new starts. It definitely showcases the importance of forgiveness that leads to a new birth. Easter also celebrates family and love. Dressing up, meditating, taking nature walks and gathering with family and friends are part of the Easter Sunday.

Families with young children hide and hunt for colored eggs. Scriptures are read, blessings counted. Simply put, Easter is a tradition in many homes. It's the time when millions of people gather at a worship center to express their appreciation and acknowledgment of Christ's resurrection. That's the pinnacle of the Easter celebration that starts with Passover, for some, and Good Friday, for others.

The sweetest memories are created during Easter. It's why, during the holiday, the religious and non-religious, gather for breakfast, lunch or dinner. As with other major holidays, food serves as a bonding source in families. Depending on the part of the world the holiday is recognized in, Easter celebration meals run the gamut from baked fish to vegan bean and grain stew to Persian roast chicken.


Recipe: Greek Yogurt Banana Recipe

This year, you might want to shake up the traditional Easter meal that you've been serving for three years or longer. It's a great way to keep your guests excited about what's being served. If you're looking for new food to treat your guests to, try adding this Greek yogurt banana bread recipe from Herbal Goodness to the menu.

Related: Roasted Papaya and Parsnip

banana breadIt takes less than an hour to prepare and cook this Greek yogurt banana bread recipe. The recipe yields four loaves of the Greek bread. Only use half the ingredients if you only want two loaves of the bread. As a tip, store the extra loaf of cooked bread in the freezer. This may keep the bread fresh longer. When you want to eat the bread, cut a slice and either heat it in the oven or microwave. And now, for the Greek yogurt banana bread at Herbal Goodness.


Ingredients You'll Need

  • 1/4 cup of Greek yogurt
  • 1 stick of margarine
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 mashed bananas (add more bananas if it's your favorite fruit)
  • 1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup cashews or almonds (grind the nuts until they are a texture similar to ground pepper)

Cooking supplies that you'll need; a blender, mixing bowl, baking pan, large cooking spoon and measuring cup.1 Preheat your oven to 350 degrees while you gather the Greek yogurt banana bread ingredients and supplies.

Preparation Steps

  • Mix the margarine and sugar in a blender until smooth.
  • Add in eggs, vanilla extract, Greek yogurt, and bananas.
  • In another bowl, blend the flour and baking soda.
  • Slowly, add the flour and baking soda mixture to the blender.
  • Stir all of the ingredients together in the blender at a low speed.
  • Pour ingredients into a greased baking pan.
  • Let bake for 30 to 35 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Cool and serve.

Greek Bread Recipe as Part of the Easter Celebration

Because yogurt is a common diet food, this Greek yogurt banana bread recipe may leave you and your guests guilt-free. Thanks to the moistness that the yogurt adds to the Greek Easter bread, don't be surprised if this recipe has you feeling like you're enjoying dessert instead of a slice of bread.

product image herbal goodnessWant to top this banana bread recipe with yogurt from Herbal Goodness with a healthy, natural 100% non-GMO product? Add a Herbal Goodness product to the recipe. (https://www.herbalgoodnessco.com/collections/all) There are several choices available to you. For example, you could add Moringa leaves, Guayusa or Guava leaves to the recipe. Also, you could enjoy a slice of this Greek yogurt banana bread with a soothing cup for Papaya Leaf Tea, Graviola Leaf Tea or Guava Leaf Tea.

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  1. Lovely Little Kitchen. Published on October 30, 2013. Accessed February 21, 2020.