This had wonderful flavor! I had defrosted all my frozen bananas and found that I had so many I needed something that took a ton of them. I hypothesized that with this many bananas I wouldn't need all the fat and I was correct. I used half the fat, and since I was almost out of butter I used oil. A fabulous flavor and the kids love it!
This is a good, very moist banana loaf. However, I will likely go back to my old recipe which is the same as Sour Cream Banana Bread #28013.
this was really good. I made them into muffins since I didn't have my loaf pan. they were done in 15-20 min. It made 12 muffins. They were very banana-y, and not too sweet. I would like to try again with some cinnamon to give it a little more flavor. Great recipe- and really simple. It's a keeper. thanks!
Wonderful recipe! I added a tsp of vanilla and one of nutmeg and cinnamon as well as half a cup of chopped walnuts. The outside was dark brown but the inside was soft and chewy with the nuts. Perfect!
This was made as per recipe. With all the bananass the bread was super mosit and even right out of the oven the bread was very flavorful. I did add in some chopped pecans. Thanks for posting a wonderful recipe.
This is not banana bread, this simple delicious recipe goes far beyond that. I'm thinking culinary perfection. I just had to add about 3/4 cup of coarsly chopped dates. It smelled so good I just couldn't wait for it to cool properly. My low fat diet of course is right out the window... tomorrow I have a session with my dietician; I'll confess my sin then, hee hee. Wonderful recipe, Shelley, thank you for posting it.
Very moist and tasty! It could probably be a little more sweet for my taste but it was still very good. My guests ate nearly the entire thing over the course of the day! I only needed to bake about 30 min.
This bread was okay. It wasn't as sweet as we like, and well, it was just okay. I'm sorry, I know everyone else raved about this recipe, but I found it lacked some sweetness...also, I didn't realize until after I had it in the oven that it didn't even call for vanilla. I think if I were to make this recipe again, I would use 1 c. white sugar and add 1 tsp. of vanilla. HOWEVER, thank you very much for posting your recipe!
I have been using your recipe for years and just noticed I haven't reviewed it until now. This is my go to recipe and my WHOLE family loves it! I sometimes mix it up and add a cup of oatmeal and a tsp of cinnamon to make a breakfast muffin. I have a batch in the oven right now and my house smells heavenly.
I don't bake...ever. Unless it comes from a box. However, I had an excess of bananas and thought I would give it a go. I am so glad that I did. Super moist, tasty and the banana flavor is superb. I have saved this recipe on my paprika app and will make this in the future....again and again and again and again and again. So very happy to have found this recipe.