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Banana Cake

Best moist cake, unlike banana bread which is sometimes dry. Good unfrosted or with a cream cheese frosting. Use really, really ripe bananas.

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50mins
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  • Cream oleo & sugar, add eggs and beat well.
  • Sift flour with salt & baking powder and add alternately with the milk and vanilla to the creamed mixture of sugar and egg & oleo. Add nuts.
  • Mash the bananas and add the soda. Add to above mixture.
  • Bake in a 9 X 13 baking pan which has been greased. 325 to 350 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes or until lightly brown.
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"Best moist cake, unlike banana bread which is sometimes dry. Good unfrosted or with a cream cheese frosting. Use really, really ripe bananas."
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  1. Emmys Mum
    Oh...My...Goodness. SOOOO delicious and moist. I omitted the nuts (didn't have on hand) and replaced with bittersweet chocolate chips. Poured into 2 9" round pans to make a layered cake and iced with Cream Cheese Frosting. HEAVEN on earth. You MUST try this recipe!
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  2. Chef Honore-Grant
    this was great moist just like she says!
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  3. Maeven6
    This is our new family favorite. Moist, easy, and can be dressed up or down. I also replaced the butter with VCO coconut oil. I do in all my recipes. Absolutely delicious, the cake surpassed my expectations! I used a cream cheese icing and sprinkled with fine pecans and cinnamon. A definite plus reason not to fret over too ripe bananas.
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  4. Maeven6
    This is our new family favorite. Moist, easy, and can be dressed up or down. I also replaced the butter with VCO coconut oil. I do in all my recipes. Absolutely delicious, the cake surpassed my expectations! I used a cream cheese icing and sprinkled with fine pecans and cinnamon. A definite plus reason not to fret over too ripe bananas.
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  5. Dorsey
    Truly excellent! Of course all cooks add their personal touches so I substituded the expeller pressed coconut oil (which has mega good health benefits) for the butter and I sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top of the batter before I baked it. I did wonder what the pecans were for and assumed they were to be added to the batter. The directions didn't say anything about the pecans. This is definitely a keeper. Thank you so much Wilma.
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