6 Reviews

Try making this with batter you made yourself. It tastes more like bananas, and is more of a home-made recipe. I use the batter from a Strawberry Pound Cake, but instead of -or including- strawberries, I use bananas!

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Nikki E. March 11, 2015

I made this into two loaves thinking we would eat one and DH could take one to work; well, the second one is going in my freezer to eat when the first one is gone! It is a lot denser than traditional banana bread since it is made with cake and a little sweeter too for that matter, but it is so good. I used ripe bananas, not over-ripe one like I usually would with banana bread and it was still perfectly flavored. Made for Rookie Recipe Tag.

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AZPARZYCH January 21, 2013

Made the one large loaf, with bananas nicely ripe & full of flavor! Also added some freshly toasted walnuts & was very satisfied with that! Especially nice still warm from the oven, but then, most breads & loaves like this are so satisfying at that time! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hits recipe tag]

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Sydney Mike November 10, 2011

I made this as directed using 3 small loaf pans. Also added pecans. Nice when you don't have the time to make a "by scratch" cake and want to give that little extra touch! Thank you for posting! Made for 1.2.3 Hits

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kittycatmom March 11, 2009

Made as directed using one regular-sized loaf pan. It took 60 minutes to bake, and came out very moist and delicious. We also added chopped pecans. Thanks for posting. :)

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2Bleu January 25, 2009
Banana Pound Cake