Banana bread is one of the most delicious types of bread in the world. It is easy to bake and prepare, and it can be stored for up to three months. Baking is one thing. But, storing and serving are two different things altogether. Today, I will be teaching you stylish ways on how to wrap banana bread after baking to make your banana bread preserve not only ready, but also serve ready.
Banana Bread Wrapping Ideas
There are many ways on how to wrap banana bread after baking. You need to be creative. And today, that is what we are going to learn: creative ways on how to wrap banana bread after baking.
But, before that, you need to take note of one thing. You need to let the bread cool before wrapping so that there won’t be any excess moisture trapped inside the wrapper and the bread.
If you intend to go to pot lock party and you need to wrap your bread as creatively as possible to make it look presentable for your friends, then this is the style that you can go with. It is easy and very cheap to prepare. The things that you will need are:
- Plastic wrap,
- Gingerbread Cellophane bags,
- Parchment Paper,
- Gift Tag or note
- Grab the plastic wrap and your bread,
- Wrap the loaf of banana bread tightly with plastic wrap,
- Make sure that the outcome is smooth and clean,
- Grab a parchment paper,
- Wrap the brown parchment paper around the bread,
- Tie a ribbon around it,
- Grab the gingerbread cellophane,
- Place the wrapped loaf inside the gingerbread cellophane,
- Gather the end of the cellophane,
- Tie a ribbon around the gathered edge to lock it.
Christmas Party Pound Cake
The last entry on our list of ways on how to wrap banana bread after baking is the cutest gift wrap. This is, by far, the most straightforward and one of the cheapest, but cutest ways on how to wrap banana bread after baking. And the things that you will need are the following.
- Parchment paper,
- Scissors or cutter,
- Washi tapes,
- Put the parchment paper under the loaf,
- Take both sides of the parchment paper and bring them together on top of the loaf,
- Fold the edges like folding the edges of gift boxes,
- Grab the washi tapes and wrap them around the parchment paper,
- Get the card stock, cut it large enough for it to wrap around the loaf horizontally,
- Grab the ribbons and wind it around the loaf like wrapping a gift,
- Tie the knot on top of the loaf.
Lastly, on how to wrap banana bread after baking, make sure to first let the bread cool for several hours before wrapping it up. This will make sure that there won’t be any excess moisture that will be trapped between the wrapper and the loaf of bread.
Banana bread is one of those types of bread that we cannot seem to get enough of. This is why it has also been a trendy gift during occasions. Wrapping it won’t be any problem. You need to be very creative and enjoy what you are doing. Find out more about breads.