Fluffernutter Nutella Banana Bread

There are 57 days until Christmas.54 or 55 if you want to have all your presents purchased, wrapped, and under the tree in time.

57 days. Not WEEKS. DAYS.

Let’s not even talk about how Jordan’s Halloween costume is still not complete and Halloween is in 3 days.

I am SO way behind this year. Usually? By now I have my excel spreadsheet started, updated from last year. Old gifts have been taken out , people have been updated. New sheets have been created for “shopping list” and “food to bake” and “MEL DON’T PEEK IF YOU ARE LOOKING AT MY COMPUTER.”

I have not opened my spreadsheet.

I have not thought about Santa.

I have not created a to-bake list.

I have not purchased 12 bags of red and green candy melts. (Which means, you know, that by Tuesday when I can get to Michael’s, they’ll all be gone. The craft-store going crowd is a think ahead bunch.)

So I’m not ready for Christmas. Not in the slightest.

When it comes to gift giving at Christmas, I’d say 90% of what I give is something I make. Sure, we buy gifts too, but I don’t know what to buy the neighbors’ best friends’ sister’s garbage man.

So I bake.

I love to make cookies, obviously. I mean cookies are to Christmas is as pie is to Thanksgiving.

But by the time I’m done baking cookies for Jordan’s best friend’s mom’s sister’s teacher, I get tired of making things that have be done in stages. Or rolled. Or, that take any time whatsoever. Which is why I love brownies, bars, and quick breads for giving.

And, people. I’ve just discovered a new product that is going to be your #1 go to item this Christmas.

They are these paper bakeware containers from Welcome Home Brands.

They are PERFECT for giving. You know why? Because you bake your goodies right in them. Cool, wrap, and give. Done!

You don’t even have to wash the pan. Which, in my book, is probably the most awesomest thing about them.

They’re nonstick, already greased. They just peel off! And yes, that’s marshmallow fluff you see peeking out. IT didn’t even stick. They’re oven and freezer safe, and can go right onto your oven rack, or on a cookie sheet!

These pans come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. They have Christmas patters. Fun polka dot patterns. Cake pans, baking cups, loaf pans. It’s like a pan smorgasbord.

I put my rectangular loaf pans to work making this bread that you all are going to love.

Marshmallow Fluff. Nutella. Peanut Butter Banana.

Um….not a word in that sentence I don’t {heart}.

I never thought I’d love peanut butter banana bread. But Oh. My. God. It’s sooooo good. It’s, like magic.

I thought, hmmm. I wonder if I could swirl some fluff into the center? And maybe some Nutella? I asked the internets, and Karly showed me that it could be done.

So I did it. And now, you so need to do it.

Come on. We’re all doing it. You know you want too!

Seriously. One stop gift giving. Now, if only they made paper bowls and mixers and stuff. Then I’d never have to do dishes!

That would be a great Christmas gift. Just sayin’.

And obviously, I’m not the only one in love with peanut butter and banana. Ashton made Peanut Butter Cup Banana Pancakes today. Something else I’d love to get for Christmas. Go check them out!

Now…you know you love these Welcome Home Brands paper bakeware. You want some of your own. Well…come back tomorrow. I’m showing you what else you can make with them…and giving some away!


Fluffernutter Nutella Banana Bread

This is my moms recipe adapted and inspired from Buns in My Oven


  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 2 tired bananas
  • 2 eggs
  • 7 tablespoons sour milk (To make sour milk: adding 1 teaspoon white vinegar to the milk and let it sit for 5 minutes.)
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup Nutella , warmed
  • 1/2 cup Marshmallow Fluff , warmed


  1. Preheat oven to 350°. Spray three small loaf pans (disposable are even better!) with cooking spray.
  2. Mix oil, peanut butter, and sugar in a large bowl with a stand mixer (or a hand mixer is fine too).
  3. Add the bananas, eggs, sour milk, and baking soda to the peanut butter mixture. Beat until combined.
  4. Slowly mix in flour, beating just until combined. Try not to overmix!
  5. Place about 3/4 cup of batter in the bottom of each pan and spread to fill. Place the Nutella and Fluff in separate bowls and warm for a few seconds in the microwave, until it’s spreadable. Drop spoonfuls of the Nutella and Fluff on top of the batter in each loaf. Then spread the rest of the batter evenly on top (about 1/4 cup per loaf).
  6. Place pans on a cookie sheet (in case the fluff spills over!) and bake for about 20 minutes, until a toothpick comes out with only the slightest crumb attached. (I cooked it for about 24 minutes and the bottom was too done.)

Recipe Notes

This can be made as one loaf, but it would need to cook longer.

Want some other Nutella Banana Bread inspiration? Check out:

Nutella Swirled Peanut Butter Banana Bread by Sally’s Baking Addiction

Skinny Nutella Cinnamon Swirl Bread by Back 4 Seconds


You can find Welcome Home Brands at Amazon, Sur la Table and other fine retailers. You can also find them on Facebook!

Welcome Home Brands sent me several different bakeware pieces to try in exchange for my review and post. All opinions are 100% my own.

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  2. Um, hello. I love those paper baking pans. So genius! And cute, too!

  3. Looks and sounds WONDERFUL! That combo is just calling my name!
    I’ll end up baking this year as well. My only problem is space! I never have enough space for a ba-jillion cookies, fudge, bark, bread, etc… etc… I need more space!

  4. Wait, did someone say “marshmallow fluff, peanut butter, nutella AND banana”!?! umm, I’ll take 5 loaves. And I needstabe gettin’ some of those paper loaf pans! Thank you for sharing that!

  5. Holy Moly Frijole! I need this in my mouth this instant! 3 of my favorites combined together … Sweet Genius 🙂

  6. I feel you–I too don’t feel adequately prepared this year…there’s just so much to bake, am I right? =)

    This is a treat. I love how it combines some of the best things in the world EVER!

  7. Oh I love the paper bakeware! They are so cute, and awesome that you can bake the bread right in there.

    I think I might love the paper bakeware as much as this fluffernutter banana bread recipe. Omgosh….yum! Banana bread is already one of my favorites. And I love peanut butter and marshmallow fluff together, so it only makes sense to add Nutella in the mix. Great recipe!

  8. I saw all kinds of Christmas food goodies in the grocery store yesterday. The wannabe-food-blogger in my started going nuts but then I was like, “NO. You do not even have people around to help you eat it. NO.”
    I kept thinking of all the things that could be created!

  9. I heart pb and banana together! This sounds super yummy and those paper pans are adorable!

  10. Such a yummy bread, but you shocked me into reality with the countdown to Christmas! Not yet, please, XOXO

  11. Your writing voice is undoubtedly impressive. Like Kurt Vonnegut.

  12. You just combined all my absolutely favorite things into one gorgeous bread!!! I just love those bakeable containers too!!! Really only a few days until Christmas? I really need to get ahead too! Usually I am way behind…I need to learn some spreadsheet tricks from you to help me out!!!

  13. Mmm, that bread looks delicious!?! I tend to make a lot of candy for gifts for the holiday. Would it surprise you if I said fudge? hehe.
    I love those wrappers, going to have to get some myself!!!

  14. oh that looks great, I just got some mini bread bakers like that so I may try this out, I love the idea of not having to wash extra dishes or clean pans.

  15. This bread recipe just blew me away! And no pans to clean is a delightful bonus! Now, where’s my jar of Nutella…

  16. Sounds wonderful!

  17. i am not prepared for Christmas AT ALL Dorothy! It was all that wonderful BlogCon work you did! I have no such excuse, but I’m hoping to get my act together in the nex few weeks! You cannot go wrong with peanut butter and banana. This is just like my pb nutella banana bread. 🙂

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  19. I haven’t even started thinking about Christmas! This bread would be perfect for gifts, especially in that fun bakeware!

  20. My head is still spinning a little from the bread wrapper info, (I hate dishes, too!), but yes, the bread is looking pretty amazing.

  21. I LOVE these pans, how cool!! I need to think of making more of this kind of thing for giveaways…breads are always a hit.

  22. Pinned! And now I’m hungry…this is totally breakfast food right???

  23. Ha!! I was reading the whole post thinking, “But I want the pans. But I need the pans. Dorothy! The pans!!”

    How could I have doubted you??

    I’ll be back tomorrow!

  24. *squeal* Christmas!! But forreal…I have no clue what to get Michael *gulp*

    This bread though….I could eat a whole loaf and it would just make me happy. So happy.

  25. I love homemade Christmas gifts and these look great, my family will love this. How long do you find these keep after made?

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  27. I am at a loss for words! This is the yummiest post I have seen today!!! I am printing this and making this one ASAP!!!!

  28. well, now I know what I’m doing with my brown bananas tomorrow
    and those pans are amazing
    NO dishes

  29. This bread looks incredible! I love the marshmallow in it. And I LOVE your paper bakeware containers, too cute AND a great idea for gift giving. Plus no washing dishes??! Sold!

  30. I am not a Halloween fan so I am starting to gear myself up for Christmas , although I have to hide it from the hubby until Nov 1st.

    I have already sent out my Christmas party invite. 🙂 I like to lock people in early.

    Those pans are so cute…I will have to search to see if I can find them up here.

  31. Love the pans and love the bread! Any excuse to buy marshmallow fluff.

  32. It’s exciting to come across an individual with a writing voice like you. Difficult to discover these days on the net.

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  41. 15 minutes ago I said I was going in the kitchen but I’m still here and I have found the onnnnnne! I’m making this without nutella because I.ran.out. Funny how I landed on this post from almost exactly a year ago. I hope you are doing better with holiday prep this year.

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  43. Everything is very open with a really clear clarification of the challenges.
    It was definitely informative. Your website is very helpful.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  46. I know this is an older post but I’m just wondering what size loaf pans you used. I see that the Welcome Home Brands has mini loaf pans and at least two different rectangular sized pans. Thanks!

    • See, this is what I’ve learned over the past few years: pan size would have been nice to know. 🙂 I *think* they were the 7″ size. But that recipe will fit in mini pans or 4x8s if you don’t have the Welcome Home Brands paper containers. Just fill the pans about 1/2 to 2/3 full and you’ll be good.

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