What a faaaabulous recipe. I chose this one because of the little amount of butter required. I opted for the milk instead of the sour cream...can only imagine it´s even better with sour cream (likcing lips). I live in Spain where the flour is different, and I haven´t had the best of luck texture-wise baking mom´s best this and mom´s best that...until today. What can I say, it was everything banana bread should be.
This was awesome. We loved it, very moist and flavorful. Thanks so much, I will make this one again and again!!!
Based on other reviews, I made a bunch of changes. I think it's a great base recipe that you can change to suit your needs. That said, I made the following changes:
- reduced sugar to 1/2 cup
- added 1 tspn vanilla and extra tablespoon of milk to liquids
- added 1/2 tspn cinnamon to flour
- folded in about 1/3 cup of choco chips
This was on the drier side for a quick bread, but is so so tasty! I am very happy with the recipe.
I added an extra banana and a bit more milk after reading reviews. Result was a very moist and delicious banana bread without a lot of fat. I also added nuts and chocolate chips. This is a great recipe...
Very good, thank you for sharing!
It was a very nice recipe. I found it a little dry, though, so next time I will add more sour cream, and probably another banana to increase the banana taste. Thanks!
The first I made this Banana Bread, I was visiting my family and wanted to make something special for breakfast. Although my addition of chocolate chips, vanilla and nutmeg wrinkle noses at first, they polished it off with gusto! This is a WONDERFUL Banana Bread! The Best in my book! Thanks Scott!
Outstanding results with this one. I use 3 parts Splenda and I part granulated sugar, and a combination of rice, spelt and whole wheat flours. This last time I threw in some walnuts and raisins, and I lined my loaf tin with parchment paper. I think that made it a moister loaf than I've gotten before. Also, with my choice of flours, my loaf is a bit crumbly, but I love the flavour and texture and it's a big hit with DH. I bake this at 350F for 35 - 40 mins. This is the 'little black dress' of banana loaves, simple but classic!
I had no luck with this recipe either. Even my husband didn't like it. I can't quite pinpoint what was missing but it was quite dry and didn't have a banana flavor at all. I reviewed the recipe again to make sure I didn't miss anything. I chose not to review it since others have found it to be a good recipe. I guess not every recipe will suit every family.
This is yummy banana bread! I made 12 regular sized muffins, and 9 mini muffins. I added 1 t. vanilla extract and about 2/3 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips. Very yummy and moist... thanx!