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This is one of (if not) the BEST banana cake I have ever tasted! I thought the oven temp of 275° sounded a little low, but this cake baked up (and rose) beautifully in my oven at this temp after pretty much exactly one hour. I do not know if the little "freezer trick" to this recipe is what ensured its moistness or not, but I did it, and it was exceptionally moist & delicious. Would be interesting to see if it still came out as great if this step was skipped. All I know is that I followed this recipe EXACTLY as stated (except that I had no buttermilk, so I subbed with a mix of lemon juice & milk) and I got exceptional results. So moist and yummy...a dense cake, similar in texture to a carrot cake... I personally would not call this frosted banana bread :o) Depending on the amount of frosting you like you can decide whether to half the recipe or not. I used the full recipe and had some leftover. I sprinkled on the chopped walnuts and threw this baby in the fridge and cut it the next day...TO DIE FOR! I really liked it slightly chilled, but great at room temp too! It got better each day it sat, I always make this cake at least the day before I need or want it. I was extremely pleased with this cake and will be making it over & over again!! So glad I came across this one!! (on another website). (* * Just to update the recipe, (based on some of the reviews), the baking time may vary based on individual ovens. It was RIGHT ON for my oven, but some others have stated it has taken 1 hour 10 minutes, 1 hour 20 minutes, and my sister just informed me that it took 1 hour 30 minutes in her oven!!!!!)

Recipe #67256

I can't wait to make this for Easter! Bunny-shaped bread with a hollowed out tummy filled with dip! All surrounded by fresh veggies and crackers for dipping! From Quick Cooking magazine, 2002!

Recipe #163034

1 Reviews |  By BecR

These pale golden butter-mint pats/cookies are similar to a shortbread type cookie, and are so melt-in-your-mouth delicious! A favorite from my father.

Recipe #105855

These look great for christmas treats for kids to leave for Santa and they will have a blast making for him! I know that my kids don't care for the normal peppermint candy canes yet, so you can probably omit those and add more of the mini chocolate chips instead! I also found them to be egg free, which should be great for those allergic or don't care for them and they still worked out great! As for the amount of Hershey kisses to use, I am not sure on the size of bags they come in, so I am guessing on the amount for the ingredients. You can probably add more or less to suit for the recipe. Enjoy!

Recipe #328001

I like this one on my cookie tray at Christmas. It's unusual. A really old Betty Crocker Recipe. If you REALLY love mint, try adding a few tbsp. of crushed peppermint candies to the batter or the White Icing. (There is no baking powder or soda so they are dense and will not rise and change shape like regular dough but you can add 1/2-1 Tsp. of either one to the dry ingredients if you prefer a different cookie taste and texture)

Recipe #190888

Great for Easter - taken and adapted from a 2005 edition of Super Food ideas. I sometimes add choc chips to mixture especially at Easter time.

Recipe #292774

This recipe is from Paula Deen and her husband's favorite cake. Preparation and cooking time includes 1 hour for cake to cool.

Recipe #301264

3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

This recipe comes from one of my all time favorite cookbooks, More Make a Mix Cookery by Karine Eliason, Nevada Harward and Madeline Westover. The recipes makes 4 "logs" that when baked yields 3 dozen wonderful cookies. These are great for gift giving and can be a real time saver around the holidays.

Recipe #336579

This was a favorite of my kids when they were growing up. Now the grandkids love it!

Recipe #15083

Found this recipe on another site and fell in love as soon as I made it! I had never tried honey in cookies before but it works wonders!

Recipe #272282

This recipe comes from Brian Turner, the greatest living Yorkshire chef. It's chief glory is that all the measurements are by volume so adjusting it to suit larger or smaller groups is dead easy. I always use a yogurt container to measure it but you could use a bucket if you've a large group for which to cater.

Recipe #744

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