6 Reviews

I've been making a similar recipe like this one since 1961, but instead of mashing the bananas, I dice them and I only use 8 oz of crushed pineapple. Cool the cake without removing from the pan. We just sprinkle powdered sugar on the top.

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Lori91761 May 01, 2007

This is a very nice cake .. I cut back on the oil (added milk) and sugar .. I used a cup of oil but next time I will use even less as I thought it was heavy .. Thanks for posting!

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najwa June 14, 2005

the flavor of this cake was wonderful, but it was a bit heavy...kind of a bit like banana bread texture..lol..I think maybe I should add a bit more b.powder next time Insha'Allah other wise it was really nice

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Nisa December 30, 2004

This is a great cake! Very moist, very good! I used Swans Down cake flour, and walnuts. I've looked for this recipe for years, thank you so much for posting!

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GrandmaG October 18, 2004

What a moist, tasty, easy cake! Even though I'm a southerner I cut back on the suger to 1 3/4cup sugar and I used the walnuts to stand up to the pineapple. Thanks.

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ameatlanta October 05, 2004

This is a yummilicuous cake and I just love it to pieces:) And, so does my family! Thanks a tonne for posting this. It's a keeper!:)

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Charishma_Ramchandani October 05, 2004
Cake That Doesn't Last!