Delightful Banana Cake
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 40 min. + cooling
This cake is wonderful!
As a Volunteer Field Editor, I enjoy testing recipes. I found this recipe when looking for something a little different to make with 3 ripe bananas I had to use. My cake didn't rise as high as the one in the photo appears but it tasted great. My kids don't like nuts in baked good so I subbed in some extra chocolate chips in their place. I used 1 Tbsp milk in the glaze but wish I had thinned it a bit more because it didn't "drizzle" very pretty on the cake- again tasted great though! My girls enjoyed it when they came in the door after school... It was so good that one daughter asked if she could have more in place of supper! (Of course I told her she had to have supper first :)
This was a very nice cake...I left the choc chips out because we like it without them.
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I don't know where I went wrong, but it didn't turn out anything like the photo. I prepared everything ahead as usual, but by the time I got the egg whites whipped, and the chocolate melted, the cake batter had "fallen", the chocolate had cooled so much that I had to remelt it, and the egg whites fell as well. The cake ended up being no taller than 2 inches, and although it tasted good, I won't make it again.
Tastes very good! My brother liked this cake a lot! I used fat free sour cream and it worked great. However, this cake wasn't extremely moist like I expected. But it was moist enough. It looks spectacular!
This was a fun recipe with great results. Took it to work - it flew off the plate. Even the crumbs were attacked. Lots of smiles and Mmmm's from those who got there in time to have some.
So good! I added some almond extract to the icing... this recipe is a keeper!
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This was DELICIOUS! I omitted the walnuts/pecans. Everyone raved about this - loved how moist it was. Couldn't even taste the applesauce. Definitely will be making this many more times!