Hands down my family's favorite. I usually double the recipe and try to give the second one away if I can sneak it out of the house. I've been making this recipe since I first received the issue many years ago. The butter makes all the difference in the world.
I'm giving this recipe 5 stars bec inspite of the extra step of melting & browning the butter, it is a pretty easy recipe to do with very few ingredients & the outcome is a wonderful cake. I would definitely recommend making this one. You won't regret. I think this will be great for breakfast or as a snack or even as a dessert. Really GOOD! The only step that I was not so sure about was when it was time to stop browning the butter. Although my cake came out good this time, taste wise & all, I think I will brown the butter a little bit more next time for a more intense nutty flavor.
#9 of my 75 Recipes. Tasty cake - definitely worth the step of browing the butter because it gave such a nice nutty flavour. I think next time I'd probably reduce the amount of butter because to me the cake seemed a little greasy - or maybe I'm just used to lower fat banana bread recipes!
BEST banana bread recipe EVER! This requires more work than most other banana bread recipes, but it is so worth it. I've made it several times for different events and always get rave reviews. Love it!
I love Nicole Rees but this recipe, not so much. It was very difficult to tell when it was done, and it was sticky. Not her finest work.
I made this cake yesterday, it was amazing! The flavors (browned butter, bananas and choco chips) reminded me of a chocolate chip banana cookie. This is soooo moist and good I'll be making this over and over again!
Really delicious - making it for the 4th time - easy to follow directions as usual from Nicole Rees & FC - Tks again (i'm running out of ripe bananas...)
Best banana cake i ever made. A must try!
This is simply put, the BEST banana cake, ever. I've been doing this recipe for a couple of years now, with great success. The brown butter is really easy to make, do not get scared from reading the recipe, you can't miss it. I know it's done when I see some lightly browned bits attached at the bottom of the pan.