21 Reviews

Super easy and super tasty.

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mrewa June 21, 2010

Great for a 1st time banana bread maker. Here are my adjustments: 1tbs of rum (next time banana rum), 1 tbs of vanilla soymilk, 1 tbs of sour cream. Oh and since i didnt have any nuts on hand I used butter pecan cake mix box that i had in my pantry. It also took longer than 55 minutes too but only a little longer. Thanks for such an easy recipe.

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Chef S&DHunt May 19, 2010

Most excellent!! Made it twice and as muffins. Used spice cake mix.

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L DJ March 18, 2010

I really liked these both for the taste and baking ease! I made them as "cupcakes" in the papers and smeared a little peanut butter on top of a few. Great taste and great recipe!

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Sandra Leanne January 08, 2010

Great, easy recipie. This was my first attempt to make banana bread. Turned out Great! I was so pround for a first try. Thanks for taking the time to post this recipie.

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Cenexgirl May 12, 2009

This is so easy. And so delicious, my family can't get enough of it. I have made it without the walnuts and added chocolate chips. Delic.. Also, I have made zucchini bread with this same recipe, turns out wonderful. Thanks

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vaedee March 04, 2009

LOVE IT!!! I helped my 7 year old daughter make this for her teacher for Christmas and it turned out wonderful. The best part was that it was so easy she didn't really need any help at all and she felt great telling her teacher she did it all by herself!

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michelfamily623 December 18, 2008

This was a great and easy way to make banana bread. Mine was a little dry, so next time (and I will do again) I will add some more butter, and a little can milk. I used only three bananas (1 cup), but next time I think I will add one more for more of a banana flavor. Thanks for posting!

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FaithfulCookInNC October 19, 2008

What an easy, no-fuss way to make banana bread. Not a lot of ingredients, and almost no measuring. The texture was tender and cake-like, with just the right amount of banana flavor. I baked my bread in 4 small loaf pans that took about 40 minutes. I also subbed pecans for the walnuts. My daughter took one loaf to work, and she and her co-workers loved it. I gave another loaf to a neighbor, who also loved it.

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Ginny Sue July 06, 2008

This was great! Tasted a little sweeter or more "muffiny" than a regular banana bread - but that's not necessarily a bad thing! The ease of making it can't be beat. I have the batter ready long before the oven is preheated. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Reality December 20, 2007
Easy Banana Bread