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Mmmm....what a tasty treat! Love the texture of cake. This will be great in the morning with coffee. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview December 09, 2014

I was tired of making my regular banana bread and I had some chocolate chips on hand so I decided to give this a try. Wow! It's fantastic. My children said it was a great change from the regular and were asking to have a slice in their lunchboxes the next day. I didn't have enough chocolate chips so I added butterscotch chips to make up the difference. Definitely a keeper. Thanks for posting, Jeannetess.

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hedgiehog October 28, 2011

A superb cake. I made it in a 9x13 pan. I only had 3 bananas and it still worked out great. I will make this cake again and again. Loved it....Thanks for posting!

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cookalot #2 November 25, 2010

This is really a good cake. I made it 2wks ago and the outcome was, "Oh, My God! Girl, I didn't need my husband after I had that cake." Thanks for the recipe. I will definitely make again.

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CKNMAMA January 05, 2008

I really liked this, however, I will probably cut down on the chocolate and cinnamon on top and add an extra banana next time as I found the banana flavour was lost a little bit. Other than that I thought it was a great cake; moist and not too sweet. Also I used yogurt in place of sour cream since that was all I had and it didn't seem to have any negative affect on the cake! Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

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Suzie_Q January 05, 2008

My family loves this cake. What they have left to eat after I attack it, of course. It's very moist and forgiving. I will always use this recipe for my favorite people. Thanks a lot!

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Luv2Cuk July 29, 2006

I made this last night and was really pleased with how it turned out. The tin I used was a bit smaller than specified and I was a bit concerned about it overflowing as it was rising, but it was fine. When I took it out of the oven it looked really impressive and I was quite proud of myself. I made a couple of minor changes, using only 3 over-ripe bananas and natural yoghurt instead of sour cream. Even with the smaller amount of banana it still turned out fine with good flavour. I've made a couple of banana cakes with sour cream recently and this recipe is by far the best. This is definitely the banana cake recipe I will be using from now on. Thanks for posting Jeannetess!

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Sazza March 22, 2006

Wonderful snack cake! Nice and light with lots of banana flavor. The topping is excellent and very easy, though I did omit the nuts because the kids won't eat them. Thanks for a great recipe!

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LonghornMama August 17, 2005

A very moist cake. I like the topping because my DH is always pulling off the frosting and this seems not as sweet. The cake part is excellent too. I used 1 c. whole wheat and 2 c. of all purpose flour. I used 6 bananas which gave me alittle over 2 cups of bananas. It was perfect! I also chopped the nuts and the chips together in a chooper to make the topping finer. The aroma was really nice when this cake was baking too. Overall I would say this is a keeper for sure! Thanks so much!!

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michEgan April 26, 2005

This cake is an absolute winner! My entire family loved it. I used fat-free sour cream as that's all I had and it was still a delicious, moist cake. I will make this often....thank you!

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Love2Eat April 24, 2005
Danish banana cake