I Like to Eat Apples and Bananas Bread
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 50 min. + cooling
Makes1 loaf (16 slices)
Just made this today and it lived up to the ratings. Easy, tasty, love how moist it is! Didn't add any topping and it tastes great. thanks!
Very good. I didn't make the topping, just left it as is. My husband has Celiac Disease so I used gluten free all purpose flour. He ate most of the loaf! Will definitely make again.
This was a great recipe. I was thankful it didn’t have eggs, like so many do, because my toddler has an egg allergy. I did leave out the coconut on top, but still put the sea salt and caramel and WOW! It was so good! A great way to use up our apple picking harvest and those two browning bananas in the fruit bowl. Thank you for this recipe! (I had slightly less than 1 1/2 cups banana and it was still ok!)
Any reason why there are no eggs in the recipe? I made 2 loaves. They just wouldn’t cook to fineness. I think there was too much fruit. I won’t make this recipe again.
Made this exactly as written. It is delicious. The only reason I gave it 4 star is that it is a little putsy. In spite of that, I'll make again and again. Thank you for sharing.
Cake was pretty good, topping was delicious! If you're going to make the sauce, be sure to add the sea salt. What a difference it makes!! The only change I made is, I added about 1/2 tsp Banana Flavoring. I do every time I make banana bread or banana cake. It amps up the flavor a little.
Will be making recipe this weekend. But I will be making 1 change. I won't be using coconut (absolutely detest it). Instead I will finely chop some walnuts to use instead.
This bread is fantastic! I had very ripe bananas and apples on my counter and looked for a recipe that incorporated both. I found this one. So simple to make but the flavors are amazing! I didn't do the caramel sauce on top because i didn't have the ingredients, but the bread is sweet enough. I will definitely be making this again. Delicious!!!
I made this bread on 9/21/17. I used regular salt in the caramel sauce as I did not have sea salt. I baked loaves in two 7-1/2x3-1/2" loaf pans and after cooling in pans and turning out to cool, I then spread over loaves the caramel sauce. These 2 loaves I was able to have sold in our coffee shop!
Easy to make. I left off the caramel sauce too. Sweet enough without it.