I subbed applesauce for the butter, used Gala apples, added cinnamon, nutmeg & cardamom; used Sucanat and cut the sugar in half, used 1/2 ww flour and 1/4 cup wheat germ. Made four small loaves. wish I had remembered to add some salt, but very tasty.
Delicious & easy. First bread I've ever made & it turned out wonderful. The apples added a little extra to the traditional banana bread.
Very good although I made a lot of changes. I added 1/2 tsp salt, used only 1/2 cup dark brown sugar and left out the granulated sugar completely. I also used 2 very ripe bananas and 3 very small apples. I subbed sour cream with heavy whipping cream (what I had at the time). I also added only 3 tbsp of macadamia nuts (didn't have walnut). The level of sweetness was just right for me. Next time I will add 1-2 tbsp more nuts. My baking time was about 50 mins.
My first banana bread. It was very moist and tasty. Will make again.
love this. have made it over and over again as muffins usually with 2 bananas and one apple. i like to add a little extra cinnamon and a tbsp or 2 of honey. next time i'm going to try with wheat flour and a crumble top for the muffins.
I made this using 1 apple and 2 bananas instead. Also, didn't have walnuts, so I used pecans. It was awesome and very moist. I made the loaf this morning for "breakfast" and it was gone by 1 p.m.!! (I shared with my husband, of course). YUM!
Delicious!! I've made this twice, the first time following the recipe exactly and it was PERFECT. The bread was gone in a day and all my roommates begged for more! The second time I made it, I didn't have enough butter so I tried it with veg oil. Just pulled it out of the oven, and it didn't rise correctly (I'm just a beginner so I don't know why), but my boyfriend said it still tastes fine. I'll stick with butter from now on, but will be making this often!!
LOVE it...moist but not wet, different with the addition of apples and just delicious. I cut the sugar almost by half and used all regular (unbleached) sugar since I didn't have brown. I doubled the bananas which added natural sweetness. I doubled the recipe and cooked half in a loaf pan, half in a bundt pan. I would check them before an hour if you do not like baked goods well done. I happen to like them this way so it worked out for me.
Excellent bread. I had 3 ripe bananas so used all of them plus the two apples. This recipe is great!! Moist and delicious and I definitely will make this one again. Thank You!!
just made this bread, except I used Splenda, light butter, fat free sour cream, two bananas, fiji apples, whole wheat flour, and no nuts. My mom raved about it and I love it too. Thank you for the inspiration.