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by Erin Grant
"I just made this using your recipe and common sense, obviously you use two 9x5 loaf pans and the people that didn't know how to convert your recipe was scary. It's simple 1.67 cup is the same as 1 2/3 cup. Great tasting banana bread."- chansman
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chansman 9 months agoI just made this using your recipe and common sense, obviously you use two 9x5 loaf pans and the people that didn't know how to convert your recipe was scary. It's simple 1.67 cup is the same as 1 2/3 cup. Great tasting banana bread.
WifeMomChef 3 years agoMade this with a friend and it didn't work out at all! Over an hour in the oven and the top of the bread was fine but the inside (all but the top layer) was completely liquid still. Followed the directions exactly, kept it in till the top started burning to hopefully solidify the inside.
ChefLolee 3 years agoI just finished eating a slice of this and all I can say is YUMMY! I added half cup more banana, and nutmeg and it was delicious. Definitely making this again
llruna3 3 years agoI just tried this recipe, I used a regular loaf pan and it turned out HUGE and raw in the middle! I tasted the outside fully cooked part however, and yum it's delicious! So I think I will try again but make 2 loaves next time! It's a good recipe just need the right size pan :) .... and gagnon5 how can 1.67 Cups be foreign? lol
gagnon5 3 years agoCould you have ingredients in the American version. What is 1.67 cups of anything?
RobertB 4 years agoI made this recipe using Splenda sugar blend instead of just sugar (using half as much as the recipe calls for) and it came out great. It did make two 9 x 5 loaves rather than one big loaf as well.
tommyizzle 4 years agoGreat recipe! Easy to make and taste good!
vferrari 4 years agoEnjoy! [I posted this recipe.]