This is so moist and good. My kids love it, and it makes a great after school snack. If you'd rather ,you can omit the nuts. Also cream cheese frosting works well with this too. UPDATE: to prevent graininess from the brown sugar in the frosting, mix the brown sugar and milk together in a sauce pan and cook on medium heat till sugar is dissolved. Allow to cool and mix w/ other frosting ingredients with a hand held mixer till smooth.
- Cream margarine and sugar, add eggs.
- Beat in bananas and vanilla.
- Mix in milk, and dry ingredients.
- Mix well.
- Pour into greased 9 by 13 and bake 350 for 25 minutes.
- Cool completely.
- Mix all till smooth and frost cake.
Good Cake. I tried you suggestion with heating the brown sugar and milk and I had to throw it out and start over again because it separated before all the sugar melted...I cooked it on 2 (low). Maybe try it with the butter, but I'd remove the suggestion - doesn't work!
Very yummy. I had some bananas that needed to be used up and this is the recipe I chose to use them in. I am so glad for this website and the many wonderful recipes. Your recipe is one I will make again and again. Its easy,. economical and tasty too. THank you for posting.
This is a very nice banana cake and a great way to use up those "beyond ripe" bananas. I frosted it with White Frosting as I have been looking for something to try that frosting recipe on and it was great!