The easiest and quickest recipe. I made this for the first time, everyone loved it. The cake was super moist and full of flavor. No one had any idea I used a cake mix, when they found out, they could not believe it. Almost everyone who tried it raved about how good it was and several requests to give the recipe too. I'm definitely making this again!
This is a sure fire crowd pleaser! I've made it 4 or 5 times now. Everyone raves about it and I love how easy it is. Variations to the recipe by using walnut oil, chocolate chips, and/or chopped walnuts all were equally delicious!
Thanks for a great idea for using up bananas. I would call this a cake really. I added a bit of cinnamon and vanilla extract and topped with cream cheese frosting and we loved it! Next time I would add 5 bananas.
OMG ! I made these to use up a few ingredients and wow, am I glad I did ! I used 1 fresh ripe banana cut into small chunks, and 2 frozen very ripe ones. I added some left-over grated zucchini, approximately 1/2 cup. I used chopped 1/2 cup Pecan and 1/2 cup raisins. I made them in Wilton's Petite Mini loaf pan, baked at 375 degrees for 17 minutes. I have 24, well 22 now, little gems to give a friend as a thank you for a wonderful favor she has done for me. Thank you !
Fast and easy recipe! I've made it a couple of times. I like to substitute applesauce for the oil and add a teasponful of cinnamon. It turns out a little spongier but totally worth it for the calories saved!
This was indeed the best recipe of banana cake, its so not bread, but it is wonderful, i actually changed this a tad, i added olive oil for the oil, i added about a cup of mini chocolate chips, i also added honeyed walnuts which also had a touch of cayanne pepper, and about one half cup of rasins, this was so simple and i let my kitchenaid mixer do all the work, this recipe was just unbelievably great, thanks for sharing and i cant wait to try more recipes from you,, thanks, CCheryl