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Delicious Recipe! Thanks for sharing! I have made it the way it is written and also a few times with the twist of changing out the banana pudding for coconut pudding and using coconut milk instead of buttermilk. Yummy both ways! Thanks, again!

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j_carpenter July 17, 2010

This recipe is GREAT! I subbed whole milk and lemon juice mixture for the buttermilk and used only a 3/4 of a cup. It's so moist and so-o good. Thanks for sharing.

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Freda2 Brown March 07, 2010

Very moist cake. I did not have buittermilk so I used 2% milk. I also used less sugar, added nutmeg and used banana creme pudding because that was all I could find. Cake had a wonderful taste. The only problem I had is I was bringing it to a dance and when I cut it I had a hard time getting decent looking pieces to bring with me. I ended up leaving a lot at home, but that was okay because my husband and I have been enjoying it. Thanks for sharing.

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Lighthouse Rita April 23, 2011

This is THE BEST banana bread EVER!! Thank you for sharing this recipe! I tell all my friends about the best banana bread I have ever made!! I will definately make this again!

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bubmar22 December 06, 2009

This was the most moist and had the most flavor out of any banana bread i ever had . The pudding gives this receipe it special extra banana flavor , I subsituted the sugar for BRown Splenda for 1 cup and kept the rest the same and cannot tell the difference. and is diabetic friendly this way . I used regular Banana Instant pudding . thank you for this wonderful receipe

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Kimberley Quinlan November 29, 2009

This is a wonderful recipe!! Very moist and delicious. Took the extra loaf to work today and bringing recipe in for co-workers tomorrow. Thank you for sharing!

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DearJW October 19, 2009

I've been using the same banana bread recipe for years, and I hate to say it but I think I've been converted! This was deliciously moist (I recommend checking after 1 hr, since mine was done by then). The only thing I changed was using vanilla pudding (only thing on hand, but still amazing) and no nuts. Nuts in banana bread....it may be traditional, but to me it's just a sin! Anyway, thank you so much for posting!

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swingncocoa April 17, 2008

Absolutely wonderful!! I'm eating a piece warm from the oven as I type and it is simply divine :) The only thing I did different was I made this in a large bundt pan and subbed 2% milk for the buttermilk and walnuts for pecans as that's what I had on hand. Will definitely make again. Thanks!

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Melandsid May 23, 2007

OMG.. Fantastic!! I halved the recipe because I only had two bananas, using only one egg and the whole package of pudding mix. The banana flavor is incredible.. so moist and delish. The baking time was perfect. I greased and floured the pan and the bread slipped right out. Wonderful recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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Not-2-Sweet October 10, 2006

Wow! This bread is excellent...so moist and the crust is slightly crispy and sweet. Variations: Less sugar, less butter, skim milk, botterscotch pudding (since that's what I had on hand.) Also used 2 cups white flour and 1 cup of wheat flour instead of 3 white. Have a slice while it's still warm and add a scoop of ice cream to the side. YUM YUM YUM! Thanks for a wonderful recipe!

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Kristin1112 April 29, 2006
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