luvtwobake , 4 years agoI have made this recipe before and added a little cinnamon and semi-sweet chocolate chips. I also used a bundt pan and baked it for 35-40min at 350 degrees. boy is it yummy. This is the only recipe I use for making Banana Bread.
WannaBCookin , 4 years agoMy Kids RAVED about how delicious!!! I liked how Easy it was to prepare.
mfiricano , 4 years agoDo u prepare the cake mix from the box and then add the other ingrediants that are in this recipe?
Littlebeachem , 4 years agoWill make this recipe all the time!!
luv_mist , 4 years agoLoved the taste of it. Tried this recipe because we didn't have the other things that the other ingredients were asking for. Plus the bananas were so sweet and ripe for the making. It was so soft and sweet. We made a banana bread loaf and a cake (the size of course). I killed those mostly by myself. Definitely trying it again for the holidays.
momrules3 , 5 years agoVery quick to mix and make. Recipe doesn't specify baking time, but this had to cook for over an hour. Very tasty.
Etardo , 5 years agoI've made this recipe twice now, and it's come out perfect each time. I picked it because it uses more overripe bananas than any other recipe I've found, and I had a lot of them. The first time I used a white cake mix, and it was lighter and fluffier than traditional banana breads and had more banana flavor. The second time, I used a spice cake mix, and it was DELICIOUS. On judging how long to bake it, I used the guidelines on the cake mix for two 8" pans and started checking it from there, since I didn't see how it could be done faster than cakes without bananas. Just as good as any traditional banana bread except twice as easy!
dwarlick , 8 years agoIt was fast to make. I think next time I'll add cinnamon and nutmeg to it.
webtexan , 9 years agoA favorite recipe for using those very ripe bananas. Quick and Delicious. [I posted this recipe.]