Pretty tasty, but the cooking time seems to be quite off. I had to keep mine in for 20 minutes longer. But maybe that had to do with the bread bowl I was using or my oven.
Wow, so easy and so rewarding. The bread came out moist and tastes wonderful without any traces of the Miracle Whip which I was afraid of. I made these into muffins and baked them for 22 minutes. Thank you for the recipe.
My hubby loved this and devoured it. I thought it was ok. My baking soda was pretty fresh and I could taste it some----probably just me. Next time (and there will be a next time) I may try just a little less baking soda depending on freshness. I also used light Miracle Whip.
I've been using this recipe for 15+ years and it's great. You can add some chocolate chips to this recipe, the kids love that. I like to add some brown sugar to the top of the loaf. I pat it down and cover it for a big chunk of the cooking tome so that the brown sugar doesn't burn. This gives it a nice sweet crust on the top. Enjoy!
This is awesome! So easy to throw together (gotta love recipes with only 5 ingredients) and tastes delicious. I used lowfat Miracle Whip because that's all I buy, and it turned out great. I don't think it's missing a thing. Thanks for a quick, tasty new banana bread recipe....will make again for sure!
Saw this today in the listings and had bananas that were on their last days so decided to try it. While it was in the oven baking, it started to SNOW (in NJ in April); just perfect. I cooked it for an hour. Very moist and good. Thanks!