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Vanlife Cooking– Huckleberry Banana Bread!

Let’s cook a loaf of huckleberry banana bread in Northern Montana!


Here’s what I used:

Pillsbury quick banana bread mix
1 cup water
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 eggs
A “huckload” of huckleberries (or sub blueberries)

1 large bowl
1 9x5in loaf pan
Coleman 2 burner camping stove
Coleman camping oven

Here’s what I did:

Preheat oven to 375°F
Combine bread mix, water, oil, and eggs in a large bowl and mix thoroughly.
Add a “huckton” of huckleberries to the batter.
Grease the loaf pan and pour in batter.
Add another handful of hucks on top.
Bake for 45-55 minutes
Let cool for 20 minutes

**NOTE: Do not use a Coleman or any gas stove in an enclosed space without proper ventilation! I had the door open and my rooftop ventilation fan going the whole time if that wasn’t clear. Safe cooking!

Original of the video here

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Video Transcription

what’s up guys I’m Zack and today I’m in
Flathead National Forest and I’m making
a loaf of huckleberry banana bread the
ingredients I’m using today are water
two eggs vegetable oil
huckleberries and banana bread mix I
decided to use the banana bread mix
because all the powdered ingredients are
conveniently pre-measured let’s get
started today I’ll also be using my
coleman camping oven which fits
perfectly over my coleman two burner
stove right now it’s preheating to 375
degrees while the ovens warming up I’ll
prepare the batter the box says to mix
the powder oil water and eggs in a bowl
the recipe calls for a third of a cup of
water and a third of a cup of oil next
I’ll crack the two eggs
well that sucked my camera died just as
I was cracking the second egg but things
happen so I put the batter in the fridge
and waited for the camera to charge now
that we have a full battery I’m going to
mix the batter up I don’t have a whisk
so a fork will have to do now before I
pour the batter into the loaf pan I’m
gonna add some of my favorite fruit
which is the huckleberry now I love
huckleberries so I’m gonna add a Huckle
ode huckleberries girl on the mountains
in northwestern Montana and are very
hard to find in grocery stores feel free
to substitute blueberries if you don’t
have access to fresh Hawks so now we
have this thick batter thick batter
filled with huckleberries now before I
pour it into the loaf pan I’m gonna oil
the loaf pan because we don’t want to
get ourselves into a sticky situation
now we’ll just pour the batter into the
now with the pan all filled up I’m gonna
take another handful of huckleberries
and sprinkle them across the top so we
get a really nice looking loaf after
it’s done baking
the ovens all warmed up and we’re ready
to put our loaf in
we’ll leave it in for about 45 minutes
while we wait for the huckleberry banana
bread to bake
here are some huckleberry puns if they
made you laugh they’d be chuckle berries
if they tasted gross they be yuckle
berries if they said quack quack they’d
be duckin berries if they put on their
seat belt they’d be buckle berries and
finally if they were a joint in your
hand they’d be knuckle berries okay if
you’re still watching after that let’s
see how the loaf turned out
time’s up let’s see how we did Wow
it looks amazing if you’re interested
the recipe will be linked in the
description below and with that I’ll say
stay safe be kind and go do something
that puts a smile on your face I’ll see
you next time

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