Banana Flip Cake
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 30 min. + cooling
I made this today, and found it to be delicious. Followed directions exactly and it turned out very pretty. I'm not an experienced baker, either. I just have to say - the community of people who comment on recipes on the Taste of Home website are some of the most hateful, mean, smug, rude, basically nasty individuals I've ever encountered on the Internet. Which is sad to say because I also hang out on Reddit and 4 chan. It's really not that difficult to be constructively critical - not rude/cruel. And you don't have to be snide and end your comment with half a dozen questions marks, either. Very disappointing. And it's not just this recipe. It's recipe after recipe after recipe. People rating when they haven't even prepared the recipe. People making so many changes they've created a new dish, for all practical purposes - it's ridiculous. Taste of Home should hire several staff to exclusively monitor the comments. It would really improve the tone of this website by leaps and bounds.
I was very disappointed in this recipe . Partly my fault because I didn't have any pans the right size so I baked the cake in two square cake pans which made the cake too thick. I cake itself had a good taste.I didn't like the frosting at all . I will try this again with the right size pans and maybe try a different frosting I know there are several different recipe s for banana flips maybe I'll have better luck next time.
What a fun cake to make for the kids! Of course use the banana flavored pudding. You can add a wee bit of dry banana pudding mix to the cake mix, too. Better than the old banana flip!
Am I to assume that if you want the banana flavor you use he banana pudding.. I don't see anything else that would make this a Banana Flip cake ?????