I've used this post title before, when I was doing my taxes and made a mistake that had me owing the government a ton of dough.
That mistake was more easily fixed than this one, also involving dough:
If you're making chocolate banana bread, you really should check for doneness before you turn it out of the pan. If you don't, the thing may collapse in gooey pieces on the cooling rack and have to be scooped back into the pan to bake some more.
Your co-workers will be sad, because you meant the loaf for them. But it will taste OK with your lunch.
This particular lunch being sweet potato papardelles with homemade pasta sauce, fresh tomatoes and very lightly cooked fresh green beans (I tossed them in with the pasta for the last couple of minutes). Also, cold-drip coffee with milk, which can be poured over ice or heated, depending on what the office climate-control gremlins are up to today.