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Chocolate-Banana Heaven Cake

Chocolate-Banana Heaven Cake recipe
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There are as many reasons to praise this cake as there are ways to get to heaven. But we're thinking the chocolate and mashed bananas are the main reasons.
20 min
1 hr 35 min
16 servings
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my kids would not even eat after the first bite. the cake was moist but the flavor was not that good.
Cake was moist but not very flavorful. The icing was very runny -- I even added more powdered sugar.
I shared this cake with my neighbors, and they all said it was awesome and asked for the recipe. It is already a family favorite!
I made this cake for Easter and it was a big hit! I made it without the coffee in the cake and the frosting since I don't like coffee! It was wonderful! I served it with a slice of banana! I would definitely make it again!
The icing has to be the absolute best I have ever made. I put mine in the fridge for five minutes before spreading it on the cooled cake as I found the icing a little thin...however after putting it in the fridge it becomes the perfect consistency. I also tried this icing on a vanilla cake with stawberry filling - yummy! Cake is very very moist and rich tasting. A new family favorite at my house.
This one made my husband sneak and eat in the middle of the night
I think I'm going cause my Dentist to retire if I keep eating like this =-)
I thought it was okay, but not great. Quite a few flavors going on with the banana, chocolate and coffee. I was hoping to make it for Easter, but was not that impressed. Plus, it was pretty heavy for a holiday meal.
This cake was loved by those I work with. The only change I made was I added 1/4 cup vegetable oil and cooked this in a bundt pan instead for 40 min. I then brushed the cake with Kaluha for more moistness. I made the frosting as directed and everyone loved it. Everyone asked for the recipe.
Yes, this recipe was hard work but oh-so-worth-it! I made this w/my 3 year old and we had a blast! The bananas made this cake really moist (not spongy). I made it with the Duncan Hines Chocolate Fudge cake mix. I followed the recipe exactly and it tastes GREAT! Tastes like something you'd eat at a restaurant! You get just a hint of banana flavor with every bite! And the frosting (albeit runny) was really delicious! Give this cake a try, you won't regret it!
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