10 Reviews

This smells sooo good cooking with the cinnamon/sugar topping! I love the subtle taste and the you can still taste a little banana. Made for PRMR.

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AZPARZYCH December 22, 2010

Second time I have made this in the last two weeks. Have taken it to three different offices to share and everyone loves it. Different tasting and great idea.

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bjd4 January 05, 2010

Oh YES! This is delish! DH and I both loved this! I had to buy more egg nog just to make this again! This time I doubled the recipe and froze a loaf! Great recipe GF! I'll be making this again! Made for KK's Recipe Tag

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kittycatmom January 03, 2010

What a wonderful mix of flavors! The rum under tons are a nice surprise when eating this oh so very tasty banana bread. Eggnog is out of season here but did not let that stop me from enjoying this tasty bread because I just used homemade eggnog using Homemade Eggnog, using the rum option on both the eggnog and the bread recipes. This is a keeper. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl January 15, 2011

Well, I didn't get a chance to make a pic of this beautiful, tasty loaf because when I turned my back to go get camera, someone helped themself to two pieces. The texture and flavor are to die for. The banana and pudding give it a different twist on traditional eggong breads. I really enjoyed this recipe, as did everyone else, and will be making it again.

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Sherrybeth January 06, 2011

I made this bread and it's amazing! We added cinnamon to the batter, and coated the pan (after greasing the pan) with the cinnamon/sugar mix. We're going to try making french toast with it tomorrow. Delish!

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Julie333 December 17, 2012

This was good. Didn't have canola oil so I used butter. 4 bananas and a little more egg nog. 3/4 sugar. It took along time to cook. Probably 85 minutes. I taste mostly rum though even though its only 2 tablespoons. Still good though!!!

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seal angel December 08, 2012

Oh boy is this good bread! The banana flavor is actually very subtle, just adds a nice richness to the eggnog. The cinnamon/sugar topping is perfect for this. I made mine in 5 mini-loaf pans and cooked for 55 minutes. Loved this - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof November 29, 2012

great bread i used a teaspoon of rum extract i baked in cake pan as thers was alot of batter baked 35 minutes that way .it tasted cake like to me very good flavor

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Dienia B. January 13, 2012

This was wonderful - I will have to remember to make it next holiday season. Luckily, I had frozen some unused eggnog so I had all of the ingredients. The flavors blend wonderfully together, with the hint of rum adding a nice touch. Thanks for sharing this unique treat!

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JackieOhNo! March 01, 2011
Nif's Eggnog Banana Bread