My dad's favorite banana bread is simple, moist and taste wonderful. I believe the recipe is adapted from one of my mom's Betty Crocker cookbooks.
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marcieschlecht , 2 years agoA 5 star for sure! My family loved it:) I used 3 bananas, put the walnuts on bottom of pan, & a few in the dough. I didn't know if kids would like them but they did.
scolpitts28 , 2 years agoThis recipe is what I've been looking for! The banana nut bread came out moist and delicious! Thanks for the recipe!
myownmystery2 , 3 years agoThis came out great! Much better than a previous recipe I tried which came out dry yuck but this was moister by far
meganmurray , 3 years agoDoesn't beat Mom's or Grandma's (but I don't think anything can), but this is a GREAT banana bread! I made it today and put some it in a muffin tin and the rest (actually still cooking) is in the bread tin. The muffins had great flavor, were moist, and didn't have one overpowering flavor, but a nice combo (I didn't put the walnuts in the oven though. I just mixed them in). I will definitely make this again! It was so good I already at two muffins and it's going to take some extreme willpower to avoid eating the others right away!
Cheekygirl1984 , 3 years agoLoved it. Would have liked it to be slightly more moist but it was close to perfection
Caitynsmom , 3 years agoDidnt have buttermilk so I just added a cup of milk to a tsp of lemon juice I'm baking the bread right now and if it's as good as the batter (yes I admit to scarfing down the remaining batter) it will definitely be a new favorite!!
VAcookingMOM , 3 years agoAmazing.. I just made this & it's almost gone! Huge hit with the family!