***** Guaranteed 5 Star Banana Cake *****

Seriously folks! This is the best banana cake you will ever have. It is super moist with a crunchy buttery/sugary topping. I had to twist an arm to get this secret family recipe from a co-worker. She would kill me if she knew I was going to share it with the rest of the world. You have tried the others, now try the best.

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Add sugar, flour, and cube of butter into small mixing bowl.
  • Cut butter into sugar/flour mixture with pastery cutter.
  • Spray bundt pan with Pam cooking spray.
  • Put butter/flour/sugar mixture into bottom of bundt pan evenly.
  • In a seperate large mixing bowl add bananas and mash.
  • Add remaining ingredients.
  • Using mixer, blend for approximately 1 minute.
  • Pour cake mixture into bundt pan on top of first layer.
  • Follow the baking directions on the box of cake mix.
  • Check for doneness with a toothpick.
  • Remove cake from oven after tooth pick comes out clean.
  • Let cake stand for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Place cake plate on bottom of bundt pan and carefully flip over.
  • Remove bundt pan.
  • Let cool and enjoy!
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"Seriously folks! This is the best banana cake you will ever have. It is super moist with a crunchy buttery/sugary topping. I had to twist an arm to get this secret family recipe from a co-worker. She would kill me if she knew I was going to share it with the rest of the world. You have tried the others, now try the best."
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  1. MonsterMaha
    I made this for PAC 2012. The cake part itself was really good, but a little too sweet for me, but just right for my husband who scarfed it up after getting back from a long trip. I didn't care for the topping. It caramelized and hardened so I couldn't even cut through it. Next time I make this I will make the topping and heat it on the stove and drizzle it over the cake after it's done. Thanks for posting this recipe!
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  2. ladyfingers
    What a pretty cake! I had reservations about just dumping all that topping into the bottom of a bundt pan--what did SkylerFox get me into? No need to worry--a wonderful layered crust forms, providing just the right amount of sugary sweetness to a less sweet, but tasty banana cake layer. I would enjoy eating either part separately, but together they are the perfect combination. Five stars for easy, attractive and tasty.
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  3. SkylerFox
    Seriously folks! This is the best banana cake you will ever have. It is super moist with a crunchy buttery/sugary topping. I had to twist an arm to get this secret family recipe from a co-worker. She would kill me if she knew I was going to share it with the rest of the world. You have tried the others, now try the best.
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