Banana bread has quickly become one of the most popular comfort foods amid the coronavirus pandemic. Even Meghan Markle has her own take on the classic baked treat.

The Duchess of Sussex whipped up a delicious loaf of banana bread during her royal tour in Australia in October 2018 when she was pregnant with Archie.

While she and Prince Harry were guests at Admiralty House — the Sydney official residence of the Governor-General of Australia — Meghan baked a batch in the kitchen the night before a special visit to a family-run farm in the city of Dubbo.

The Woodley family, a fourth-generation farming family that had been struggling with drought for the past several years, welcomed the couple to their Mountain View Farm for a visit, and Meghan arrived with her homemade banana bread and a tin of Fortnum & Mason Royal Blend tea as a gift.

The Duchess of Sussex added an unexpected twist to her banana bread recipe: chocolate chips and ginger.

The loaf was quickly gobbled up by guests who called it “delicious” and gave it “five stars.”





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Meghan and Harry have been contributing to the cause in L.A. by making free meal deliveries in West Hollywood with the non-profit charity, Project Angel Food.

“They felt helpless reading about everything going on and wanted to get out and contribute,” a source told PEOPLE.

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