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|Calories280Calories from Fat90|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
nikki mcfadden 4 months ago
It was delicious and easy to make! My family loved it so much that I had to make a second one!
Sheree Mills 9 months ago
yummy! followed recipe, however, added some crushed walnuts
Ariana Simmons a year ago
Been using this recipe for a couple of years and it never fails me. It’s super simple, soft, and very flavorful. I love that it’s very moist and not super dry once it’s cooled down like other banana bread recipes I’ve tried or had. Sometimes I put in a 1/2 cup of walnuts or chocolate chips for either an extra crunch or sweetness. Will forever use this recipe.
jennifer lamb 2 years ago
loved this recipe! very easy and very moist and light bread. not dense and gaumy like some other recipes. i think this will be my new go-to recipe.
Allison B. 2 years ago
I’m making this twice a week because it never lasts long!
Berkelaar 2 years ago
Awesome! Added oatmeal and coconut!
miss patissire 3 years ago
absolutely fabulous equally delish and healthy yummy yummy in my tummy chowhound . huge fan of this recipe recommend to all my friends
Helene C. 4 years ago
I have a smaller oven and I baked for 45 minutes instead of an hour. Use 1/2 cup sugar, not 1 cup. It's pretty good but not amazing, though that may be my fault.
priestess h. 4 years ago
FANTASTIC!!!!!!! Made it 2 weeks ago. MAKING it again today.... I used agave nectar and substituted the eggs with non fat yogurt. My family demands more. Way to go with this delightful recipe. It's not heavy like a lot of banana bread recipes I've tried and tasted in the paste. i'm a FAN of chow