The Best Banana Bread Winston-Salem Has Seen

In need of a comforting, mid-week pick me up? The VJC display case has got you covered.

There’s just something timeless and classic about fresh-baked banana bread. It’s incredibly soft, moist, and its sweetness never fails to cheer us up and bring us a little extra comfort.

Here at VJC, we’ve crafted up a mouth-watering banana bread of our own that will surely satisfy your sweet tooth- without a ton of added sugar or needless vegetable oils. 

Real, simple ingredients mean a difference you can taste. 

We don’t like to overcomplicate things, so our banana bread contains minimal ingredients, each one of them familiar and pronounceable— all combining together to create a simple, yet still delectable baked good.

Maple syrup blends beautifully with the natural sweetness of the banana, all enhanced by our addition of pink Himalayan salt and cinnamon, bringing all the flavors together. 

A bread worth getting out of bed for.

Our secret to a splendidly sweet, moist banana bread? The ~perfect~ bananas. We make sure to wait until our bananas are extremely ripe, with plenty of spots; this ensures maximum softness and sweetness.

We also included a generous amount of chocolate chips in each slice, taking it from good banana bread to the best banana bread.

Did you know: 

Bananas can be more effective for replenishing energy and electrolytes than most sports drinks. 

(Post-workout banana bread? Here for it.)

The banana is actually classified as a berry, because it is a simple fruit, stemming from one flower, with one ovary.

Most people think of bananas as a great source of potassium, but there are also significantly high in Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and fiber!

A nutrient-dense, breakfast bread that tastes like dessert… What more could you ask for?

It’s finally fall, which means it’s time to get cozy!

We suggest pairing our banana bread with one of our lattes, or a warm cup of coffee.

Come pick up a slice of this ooey, gooey goodness- located in the display case by the checkout. 

Author: Rachel Singleton

Photo: Lindley Battle Photography