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I think this needs some work. I made it in my bread machine and the only difference was using applesauce instead of oil. It was super dense and flat. The flavor was okay, but the density made me not want it

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Mrs. Beckman July 11, 2014

Really easy to follow and the end product was great. I didn't have sour cream so I substituted with thickened cream. Just loved it and it didn't sit long on the table. Definitely a must try!!!

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mala.kumaran February 01, 2014

Yummy and easy. I subbed 1/3c splenda brown sugar for the 2/3 c sugar and 1/3c applesauce for the 1/3 c vegetable oil. Turned out great.

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Ruth K - Psuedo Chef January 01, 2014

I signed up on the website just to warn people about this recipe. I followed the instructions (even though my instinct was saying "put the liquid in first") and when it was done and I turned it out, the bottom two inches were solid white (flour, maybe some sugar, baking soda, etc). The rest looks really good (though the loaf was really short (lack of flour in it, maybe) and I think it would have turned out great if the liquids were added first, and then the flour and other ingredients. I will probably try again and load the breadmaker the way it should be. Wish me luck. ;)

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ScrimplyThrifty August 13, 2013

This was very good! I used 3 eggs because I don't usually buy jumbo.. I used 1/3 sugar and 1/3 brown sugar and added a teaspoon of cinnamon. I added the ingredients according to my bread machine which was wet ingredients first and then the dry. I was a little worried about the cake setting because it took almost 3 hrs. I realized as it was going almost 45 minutes of it was to mix the batter so it came out fine. Will definitely make again.

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CareyLee July 14, 2013

This original recipe was in the book from my 1st Zojirushi...I make it all the time! I tweaked it up a bit because I thought "just bananas" was too bland, so I started adding Cinnamon and ground cloves to the recipe. Everyone loves it this way. My new Zoji can handle larger loaves, so I have started doubling the recipe, but by the basic recipe, I add 2t of cinnamon and 1/4 t cloves. It's not "written in stone", so experiment. Serve either as is, or with cream cheese (also sometimes tweaked) on it. :D

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Genie51 June 21, 2013

I made 6 loaves of this bread today after the family tried the 2 loaves I made a few days ago. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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pattyj15 May 12, 2013

One word : FANTASTIC

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sunnipat March 30, 2013

Super easy; super delicious! Even my husband can do it. He threw everything in together rather than waiting until the first beep to add bananas and nuts -- it didn't hurt it at all. Yummy toasted with butter for breakfast.

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LVQT February 13, 2013

Love this recipe!! I keep bananas on hand just to make it. Turns out well as written and easily excepts substitutes. Only sub that didn't work for me was coconut oil in for vegetable oil. My favorite sub, and how I typically make it now, is heavy cream for sour cream.

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Floridian Foodie January 29, 2013
Banana Nut Bread for the Bread Machine