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Great moist egg-free recipe, although I thought it was way too buttery tasting. Next time I make I will cut butter in half or use milk instead of the butter. I didn't add chocolate chips or nuts but I will try with mini-chips sometime. A BIG PLUS is you don't have to use a mixer! I LOVE that everything mixed by hand.

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emagner January 10, 2011

Great! Had only walnuts in a dried fruit mix so took some out, then thought, why not some dried pineapple? A winning combo! Thanks for sharing this:)

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francescag December 22, 2010

What an amazing recipe to share with the world! Super easy and super tasty! Thank you so much for these moist and delicious, egg-less wonders!

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BreBea December 16, 2010

I made this as written. I made my own applesauce with 2 apples plus water as needed. http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/applesauce-395732
I used chocolate chips. Next time, I will use dark chocolate chips. I baked this for about 65 minutes. This is an amazing recipe!

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Scrivener1 November 24, 2010

No eggs...sucanat sugar....light olive oil in place of applesauce and recipe still came out great...like other users it is a bit sweet so could eliminate about a quater of the measurement and still would be good...thanks for recipe!

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winsomemom July 21, 2010

Excellent recipe.....I baked his yesterday night and thought it would be another failed or not so good substitute to egg banana bread..but boy am i shocked its so yummy ...no one can tell it has no eggs. I used this recipe to bake a egg free banana bread for my kid who is allergic to eggs. The recipe holds strong compared to my excellent egg banana bread recipe.Have to recommend this to anyone who doesn't or can't eat eggs...surely try this confidently. i made it following the recipe to the T...but I amgoing to try this now with just all purpose flour..and yes I reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup...as i didn't want it too sweet with excellent results.Yahooo.........

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chefshalini June 22, 2010

excellent recipe.. i did cut the sugard down by a 1/4 cup in one batch and the next batch i used 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/4 cup Agave syrup.. delish!!!

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shadowette June 06, 2010

I love this recipe. My boyfriend and I love banana bread, but he is vegetarian and does not eat eggs so usually banana bread is something we dont share together. I have made this recipe several times an its always a big hit. I make them as muffins and they always come out very moist. However, I usually use soy flower and whole wheat flower rather than white.

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theiaz May 28, 2010

This recipe was a simple and delicious. The only thing I changed was the amount of vanilla (to 1 teaspoon) and I used 2 bananas. I omitted the last two ingredients. Also, I used 2 mini aluminum loaf pans. Everyone loved it, including me, and I don't usually like banana bread.

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gimmegimmebeer May 26, 2010

Awesome eggless recipe! Made it several times & it never fails.

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metooyou May 02, 2010
Eggless Banana Bread