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"Easy to make and tastes great. I'll definitely make this again. Its a great way to use up old over-ripe bananas. I might try using self-raising flour next time to get more height out of the bread though. In a wider baking dish the bread stayed quite low. "- keepsmilyn
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OVEN: 350 Grease and flour bottom only of 9 x 5 or ( 2 )- 8 x 4-inch loaf pans. In large bowl, combine sugar and margarine.. Beat til light and fluffy. Add bananas, sour cream and eggs; blend well. Stir in flour, baking soda and salt; blend well. Stir in chocolate chips. Pour into pan(s). Bake 55 to 65 minutes, or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Cool 15 minutes; remove from pan. Cool completely. Wrap tightly and store in refrigerator. NOTES : Best served next day- if it lasts that long! Freezes well. Recipe by: adapted from Pillsbury- The Complete Book of Baking p. 380 Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest V97 #205 by Linda Shapiro
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annmwhite3 2 months agoIt was pretty yummy! But I cooked it for the least amount of time and that was too long. .
littlemissriya 1 year agoyummy! im a terrible baker and somehow i was able to make this awesome bread and have it taste great too! highly recommend this recipe
AnnaMaple 2 years agoEasy to make and delicious. I wish there was more specific description, however, on how mixture should feel and look at different points in the blending process.
bangie1 2 years agoIt was good but I needed to keep mine in the oven longer because the middle didn't fully cook through.
heinrich54 3 years agothis was good but for some reason it turned out alittle dry.... i would make it again though maybe next time use peanutbutter chips!!! thanks for posting
heinrich54 3 years agoi followed the recipe to a t except for the chips i only had the regular ones,but it turned out dry and i dont know why??? mabe the chips?
Jenoxley1 3 years agoThis recipe made fantastic muffins. Adjust the bake time accordingly.
adam_jack 3 years agoBananas and chocolate... What a tasty combination!
jandclinan 4 years agoEven though I strayed from mixing the recipe in order, it turned out great.
cookingkitty 5 years agoVery yummy
keepsmilyn 5 years agoEasy to make and tastes great. I'll definitely make this again. Its a great way to use up old over-ripe bananas. I might try using self-raising flour next time to get more height out of the bread though. In a wider baking dish the bread stayed quite low.
deeder5 5 years agoThe best banana bread ever!
baketowin 6 years agoExcellent banana bread recipe. Would make again. Very moist and tender crumb texture. Better than my grandmothers. Followed the recipe exact with no substitutions. It's a keeper.