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Yummy, yummy! I made the bread into 12 huge muffins and used the whole bag of butterscotch chips with no nuts. This was a great and yummy way to use up my overripe bananas. Thanks, Charmie!!
Really good! Used 1 cup mashed banana and skipped the nuts. Baked 50-55 minutes. Thanks for sharing the recipe
Oh my, this banana bread is a definate keeper, the butterscotch goes really well with the bananas, it is rich and moist and the caramelized crust is to die for. I used my own pecans for the nuts and I did add 1 teaspoon of vanilla but that is the only change I made. This is going in as one of my favorite banana breads, and I have tried a lot of nana bread recipes, thanks for the keeper!
Delicious! Mine was done in about 50-55 minutes, but I set the timer for 60 minutes, so it was a little dark on the edges. I think this bread is even better the next day! I will be looking forward to over-ripe bananas from now on.
This is by FAR the most incredible banana bread I have ever tasted or made! The texture is perfection and the flavor is beyond description! I made them into 18 muffins and my husband stood by the counter scarfing them down after they cooled! I added about 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts to the batter along with the butterscotch chips. I am buying bananas again this week just to make this Charmie, this is nothing short of magnificent!
These make great muffins, too! I dropped by heaping tbsp. into muffin tins and baked at 350 for 18-20 minutes. Yielded 20 muffins.
Fantastic banana bread. I made a double recipe of this to share and it is wonderful. I omitted the nuts but didn't change anything else. Thanks for a great recipe!
I love this!! I accidentally forgot the nutmeg and my loaf pan had been lent out so I made it in a square pan and served them as squares! They were a BIG hit. The recipe is simply delicious