Banana Nut Bars
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min.
These are yummy! I sometimes add coconut as well to the banana bar batter. When I have to take them somewhere that refrigeration may not be available (e.g., picnic, potluck), I will substitute buttercream icing for the cream cheese icing. I also like to sprinkle the bars with chopped pecans or walnuts after icing them.
A new favorite! These are moist, delicious, frosting is perfect! Love these!
I found this same recipe on the Taste of Home app and prepared the recipe from there. However it also listed a cake mix in the ingredients. If you are making this recipe from the app, do not add the cake mix in as it makes too much batter and the sugar content is way too high.
These are absolutely wonderful!! They're also easy to make. I substitute 1/2 cup of canola oil in place of 1 stick of butter (so I use 1/2 cup canola oil and 1 stick butter in the batter) to make it a little "heart-healthier." It is not noticable--still very moist and good!
I made these for a large family party this summer. Loved by everyone, they were very tasty. The frosting was a bit thinner than I expected, even though it was refridgerated. I will add a bit more powdered sugar to it when I make it again, prhaps the humidity was a factor.
I just made this recipe earlier today and could not wait to write a review. The cake was moist and the frosting great. My family loved it so much that they are already requesting for me to make it again!
I love Banana Nut Bars!Its a good way to use up old bananas. Belle
My family and friends really loved these! They were so moist and yummy. The directions don't state when you're supposed to add the nuts but I omitted them anyway and substituted butterscotch chips. I will defenitely make these again! thanks so much for such a delicious recipe!
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These bars were very good. Like them best when they are cold. Will make again.