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19 comments to “Classic Banana Bundt Cake”

  1. I have 4 super ripe bananas staring at me. This will be perfect to make, specially bc Im expecting a baby any day! Thanks!

  2. This has become my go-to banana cake recipe. Its so simple, sweet and keeps for days! Your photos are fantastic. :)

  3. It must be a sign, I checked this book out from the library last week and have this recipe marked. I bought a whole big bunch of bananas over the weekend hoping a few would go brown, but I must be on a banana kick because I only have one left. You have inspired me to buy more and try again!

  4. I have such a hard time looking at bundt cakes after My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but I have to admit, I’ve never made one. I don’t even have a pan! Love this recipe though :)

  5. I’m a very inconsistant banana eater also. So as soon as they start to get speckled, I throw them into the freezer. It works great and I’m always ready to make banana bread or cake. They thaw in no time at all.

  6. I am the absolute worst at eating bananas before they go brown. Mainly because the second they get one spot, I want nothing to do with them. This cake looks perfect for using them up!

  7. Sounds amazing. I imagine you could take it up a notch with chocolate chunks inside.

    There I go again. Always trying to find a way to make something less healthy. When will I learn?

  8. I love banana cake but love them with a little bit of icing on the top – (for some reason a light coffee flavoured icing works well on banana cakes) – when we were kids, Mum always iced them with chocolate icing…..however, our childhood banana cakes were never baked in beautiful bundt cake tins….to ice one of these beauties would be gilding the lily a little too much!

  9. Oooooh! I’ve made this cake tons and it’s just as you said – simple, classic, and a perfect throughout-the-day nibble. Another humble suggestion for using up bananas – the banana/chocolate/espresso muffins from Baked…ghaaaa…..

  10. this might be perfect – have four frozen extra ripe bananas and i’m tired of looking at them every time i open the freezer. plus, it’s a good snack for the in laws when they show up next week. thanks, again!

  11. I love everything made from bananas. I will definitely be trying this bundt cake recipe. Right now, by favortie is a banana recipe from The Olives Dessert Table book, called ‘White Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding with Caramel Semi-Freddo and Boozy Caramel Sauce’….. Whoa! Now doesn’t THAT have all the magic words?

  12. michael donovan says:

    June 10th, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    Great photography, as always. Looks good enough to eat! LOL

  13. lovely photography…just love the lighting on the cake & we love bananas…
    thanks…going to check on the expiration date on my sour cream!!!

  14. this looks so yummy. cant wait to try it.

  15. Wow! Gorgeous photos! This looks so yummy. I just want to sit down with a cup of tea and grab a slice (or two or three)!

  16. So amazing! Smells great while cooking, looks beautiful, and tastes delicious! Looking forward to eating it with coffee in the morning

  17. Two years after this recipe has been posted I’m baking it… smells delish!

  18. Nadine…I’m with ya…only for me it’s 3 years! Can’t wait to try it :)

  19. SweetBundts says:

    November 22nd, 2014 at 9:32 am

    The best recipe and moist delicious banana bread I’ve ever made! Perfect just as is…don’t change a thing!!