Taste Of Home Banana Bars

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Taste Of Home Banana Bars

MY REVIEW shetried User ID: 5542961 253658 Reviewed Sep. 4, 2016 “Absolutely the best recipe for banana bars I have ever baked and eaten. My husband can’t keep out of them, and I took them to a sick friends house and her husband and son were hiding them from each other! Didn’t and wouldn’t change a thing except I did add walnuts to the batter as we love nuts with anything banana.”

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

shetried User ID: 5542961 253658 Reviewed Sep. 4, 2016 “Absolutely the best recipe for banana bars I have ever baked and eaten. My husband can’t keep out of them, and I took them to a sick friends house and her husband and son were hiding them from each other! Didn’t and wouldn’t change a thing except I did add walnuts to the batter as we love nuts with anything banana.”

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

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I make these moist bars whenever I have ripe bananas on hand, then store them in the freezer to share later at a potluck. With creamy frosting and big banana flavor, this treat is a real crowd-pleaser. -Debbie Knight, Marion, Iowa Featured In: Homemade Frosting Recipes Get a new recipe in your inbox each day with the FREE Recipe of the Day Newsletter >

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

I make these moist bars whenever I have ripe bananas on hand, then store them in the freezer to share later at a potluck. With creamy frosting and big banana flavor, this treat is a real crowd-pleaser. -Debbie Knight, Marion, Iowa

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a 9×13 baking dish with non-stick cooking spray; set aside. Add flour, baking soda and salt to a small bowl and whisk together; set aside. Cream together the butter and sugar in a stand mixer, until light and fluffy. Beat in the eggs until incorporated. Add bananas and vanilla extract, mixing throughly. Turn the stand mixer to a slow speed position and slowly add the flour mixture. Mix until just incorporated. Spread banana cake mixture into greased baking dish. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool cake completely on a wire rack before frosting. For frosting, cream the cream cheese and butter in a stand mixer, until fluffy. Slowly add the powdered sugar. Then add the vanilla extract. Mix until smooth. Frost bars. Serve & Enjoy!

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

These bars stay very moist, and their rich banana and chocolate flavor is even better the second day. My mother-in-law gave me this recipe, and it’s a big favorite with both my husband and two sons.—Rene Wright, Ferryville, Wisconsin

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

Cyndi — July 30, 2015 @ 5:10 pm Reply Hi Paula, first off thank you for stopping by and making my Banana Snack Cake. The recipe only requires 1 stick of butter. Thanks and let me know how you like it. Also if you added another stick of butter I’d love to know how it turns out.

Taste Of Home Banana Bars

mehulse User ID: 1137648 248214 Reviewed May. 14, 2016 “In my view, “bars” are denser than cake. I should have realized that with three eggs, this recipe was going to be more cakey than bar-like. It tastes good, but it’s not what I expected or wanted.”

“In my view, “bars” are denser than cake. I should have realized that with three eggs, this recipe was going to be more cakey than bar-like. It tastes good, but it’s not what I expected or wanted.”

These bars are always a hit at potlucks here in the small rural farming community where my husband and I live. I also like to provide them for coffee hour after church. They’re so moist and delicious that wherever I take them, they don’t last long. —Karen Dryak, Niobrara, Nebraska Featured In: Field Editor Favorite Recipes Get a new recipe in your inbox each day with the FREE Recipe of the Day Newsletter >

These bars are always a hit at potlucks here in the small rural farming community where my husband and I live. I also like to provide them for coffee hour after church. They’re so moist and delicious that wherever I take them, they don’t last long. —Karen Dryak, Niobrara, Nebraska

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