I saw this posted on FB this morning and I made the recipe this afternoon...it looked THAT good! Yes, it tastes as good as it looks, too. I'm not the biggest fan of banana tastes but this banana bread brownie is truly amazing. It's moist, sweet, flavorful and memorable. Both my kids and my husband had 3 helpings tonight for dessert! I will definitely be making these again for dessert and for parties. Yum!!
Thick, rich, moist, and the sour cream made it so yummy! I've never made a frosting like that, and I'm definitely a fan. More cake/bread like than a traditional brownie texture. No walnuts, so I used pecans, excellent results that way as well. Thanks for sharing, it was a good one! Made a lot, so the remainder will be cut, wrapped in plastic wrap, bagged and frozen for a later treat.
I also saw this on FB and made them last night. Way too sweet for my family. I'm not really sure why they are called brownies because they are really just very moist banana bread squares. Although they were yummy (with out the frosting) I will not make them again because my banana bread recipe is better.
Just made these tonight. AMAZING. But the only thing I was unclear on was the butter; it didn't specify whether the butter had to be salted or unsalted. I used unsalted; still tasted really good.
If you let your bananas ripen to where the peeling is black, it will be even more flavorful and moist! I have not made this recipe yet, but once I do, I will let you know how it comes out. Can't wait to try it.
I've made these twice and both times everyone has loved them!! This recipe is great. It makes a full sheet pan. Great for parties!! Wouldn't change a thing about recipe. I will be making these banana bread brownies again and again!!
This really turned out good. Very moist and yummy! I had to add a little more milk to the icing to get it the consistency. Delicious. I will make these again
This recipe is so moist & delicious! Will definately make these again & again! The icing is a great finishing touch for these!
This recipe is AWESOME! I made it with a few slight variations, and got some seriously delicious results. First, I made the "brownies" in a 9x13 cake pan, because I wanted them to be a bit thicker (if you do this, you MUST add on some extra bake time - I did about 10 minutes). I also halved the icing recipe (less surface area to cover...also I'm not an icing girl, so a thinner coat is desirable to me). Finally, I chopped some extra walnuts and sprinkled them in the icing. I got rave reviews from everyone who tasted...even my tough to impress mother! Will definitely be making this again! YUM!!!
I have made these half a dozen times and only once did they turn out moist and dense like a brownie. All other times they turned out like banana bread. I'm using the correct size pan and follow instructions to the 'T'. What am I doing wrong?