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What a produce saver. I was already baking and realized I had some bananas that were about to be tossed and stumbled on this recipe. I used 2 very ripe bananas and 2 Red Delicious apples, shredded with peels on. I also added 1/2 t salt, 3/4 t cinnamon(habit, i guess) and baked in 4 disposable mini loaf pans for 50 min. Excellent. Very moist and fragrant. Combinations of fruit are endless. Thanks for the posting.

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Deborah1 December 23, 2001

I had 3 very very ripe bananas and two apples that were about ready to pitch. I came across this recipe and it was a nice change from plain old banana bread. Thank-you, a nice little surprise snack for my husbands coffee break!

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tamibic September 10, 2002

This was a very good and 'banana-ey' bread. The apples made it very moist... I followed Deborah's additional spice additions, and it came out fantastically. Baked in 45 minutes in 4 mini-loaf pans.

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s'kat April 07, 2002

I prepared this recipe using 2 small Granny Smith apples and 2 medium bananas, and baked it in a bundt pan (bakes in about 45 minutes). It turned out great and is very moist and flavorful! I will definitely use this recipe again.

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Jerrie Chilcote March 26, 2002

OH MY!! This was soooo good. My husband absolutely loves banana bread and this had just the right amount of banana flavor. Thanks for posting.

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Sandy Kay October 06, 2002

What a great recipe! My husband made it a couple days ago and again today. We also added an additional banana. We will be making this often and sharing the recipe. Thanks!

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Indiana Debbie September 28, 2002

This bread taste so good... I just made it and love it.A must try recipe:) Thanks!

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Salina® August 28, 2002

I'm always looking for recipes that use up things like the last banana that no one seems to want. This fit the bill very nicely one day, I used more cinnamon than that since I am a cinnamon freak... Thanks

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*Pixie* August 08, 2002

I made this bread to take on an out of town trip to a football game where several other couples were joining us. Everyone loved it. It's moist and not too sweet. I especially liked it in the morning with my coffee.

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Paulette November 03, 2002

This bread is great and so easy to make. I made some subsitutions because I was out of some of the ingredients. Instead of sour cream I used 1/4 cup of sour milk, instead of cinnamon I used 1/2 tsp of cardamom, and instead of walnuts (my ds doesn't eat nuts) I used raisins. Even with these changes the bread came out fantastic and we all loved it. I will definitely be making this delicious bread again.

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ellie_ October 22, 2002
Apple Banana Bread