12 Reviews

This is one of the best recipes I have found for chocolate chip banana bread! It was very moist and delicious and the balance of flavors was perfect (I hate when the banana taste is overwhelming). The only thing I changed was using half the amount of sugar called for (personal preference). I did find that it cooked to the desired consistency in about 45 minutes but that could just be due to my oven. I will definitely be making this again in the near future!

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* chocoholic * January 04, 2012

Really good and so easy! I love that I didn't have to seperate the dry and the wet to make this.. I made this as an afterschool snack for my girls and they loved it! I just shared this with my Facebook friends. Thanks for posting!!

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cjshort98 March 24, 2010

This makes a beautiful loaf of bread. I use chocolate chips - the minis work the best but I've used both. I also mix in 1/2-1 c of raisins, because I used to buy Trail Mix muffins at a Farmer's market and this reminded me of them. Thank you for sharing!

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sleepycat January 22, 2010

I'm always on the lookout for quick breads, especially ones that DH will enjoy. This fit the bill. As soon as I said I was going to make it he didn't stop bugging me until I did! I used a about a cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips and went with margarine. Made exactly two loaves. Thanks for sharing.

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Suzie October 08, 2009

I used this recipe at work. everyone loved it, even my husband who only likes his grandmothers bananna bread loved it. very moist. I used margerine instead of butter and melted it first, the bananna bread always comes out moist. its great.

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Pammynl June 07, 2009

I'm very pleased with the results of this no-frills quick bread. Love the flavor combination of chocolate and bananas. Simple and quick to pull together. Have made this bread multiple times now with excellent results each time. I've used all butter, 1/2 butter and 1/2 veg. shortening, and margarine - it all works. Freezes well.

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2gr8scots June 10, 2008

Wow! What an awesome bread! I made two loaves. Took one in to work and it was devoured in record time. My boss's little granddaughter (who hates everything, lol) had two slices! The other loaf is in the freezer, but I don't think it's going to last for too much longer. I have a feeling this is going to become one of my "classics!"

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Veggie Girl NYC May 08, 2008

I have made chocolate chip banana cookies for years. I only had two bananas but the results were great. Will use this now instead of the cookies. May double it for freezing next time.

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dja April 03, 2008

The bread is fantastic and extremely easy to make. The baking time was a little long, the edges were a bit burnt with only being in the oven 45 minutes...but if I had watched it more carefully, it would have been perfect. Thanks for a super recipe.

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learning to cook!!! October 23, 2006

Great tasting, simple, and uses those bananas that won't otherwise get eaten. Used margerine instead of shortening and worked well too - just extra moist and rich. Tried one loaf with semi-sweet choc. chips and another with milk chocolate chips - which turned out extra yummy.

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swmoore13 April 06, 2006
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread