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Banana-Sour Cream Cake

Banana-Sour Cream Cake recipe
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Hundreds of reviewers agree: This banana cake made with sour cream and cream cheese frosting is flavorful, easy and a serious crowd-pleaser.
15 min
1 hr 50 min
16 servings
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This cake is delicious! I like to add mini chocolate chips to it. I also like to melt additional chocolate chips and drizzle it over the top. My whole family loves this cake!
everyone loves this cake when i took it to a family gathering
This is so easy and what a great solution to the brown-spotted banana's that my kids never want to eat! Also, pretty much any crushed nut works, we prefer pecans.
Made this last year for New Year's Eve party. My mother couldn't stop talking about how delicious it was. It was so easy to make, too!
I absolutely loved it, and my entire family ate it in one night only! It's relatively easy, too!
I made this recipe twice - once during the winter and just recently. I sent it around to the neighbors who helped us dig out from all the snow as a little thank you and again for visitors. Both times it received rave reviews from all, including myself. I sort of look down my nose at box cakes, but this was different - very moist and with good banana flavor. I just left it in the 9x13 pan and frosted the top - perfect. The second time I added a tablespoon of lemon juice to the banana. The frosting is delicious but makes a little too much if you don't stack the layers.
A big hit at our fellowship meal! Everyone LOVED it! Very moist and perfect banana flavor! Wouldn't change a thing! I made a double layer round cake and it was beautiful!
This cake is so easy - and pretty - and good! I made for a church group and all wanted the recipe. The only problem I had was attaching the crushed nuts. Wasn't easy. Suggestions?
I had to use up some bananas and thought this sounded good. I wasn't interested in fancy - just easy and good. I left the cake in the 9 x 13 pan, frosted it and sprinkled the entire thing with walnuts. After rave reviews from co-workers and requests for the recipe, I realized I did not add the oil when I made it. The results were fine. Cake was plenty moist with the banana and sour cream. I think I will forget the oil everytime.
I made this dessert for a group of women,They all loved it. Very moist and tasty. Easy to make
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