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American bread pans must be bigger than Australian ones or something. I only added 600g flour otherwise I would have gone over the limit with ingredients. This bread has a lovely consistency, is easily to cut and is very more-ish.

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Missy Wombat January 06, 2003

Delicious! I followed this recipe exactly and used the "sweet" setting on my bread machine. It made a beautiful 1 1/2 pound loaf. Will be great for PB&J, PB&Honey, PBH&Banana, cinnamon toast, PB toast, or french toast. This is my new favorite banana bread machine recipe.

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Some1sGrandma August 19, 2003

I used the 2-hour instabread cycle on my Toastmaster (2-lb) machine, so had to make some adjustments. The first loaf I tried I just adjusted the yeast to 1 tablespoon, and it flopped spectularly - uncooked dough in the middle of a nice-looking loaf. For the second tried I left out the 2 tablespoonfuls of water leaving everything else the same (w 1 Tbsp yeast), and it was beautiful. We loved it! (I also added 2 Tbsp Splenda and 1 teaspoon of nutmeg because we like our sweet bread sweet! This is definitely a keeper!

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Barb in PA #2 March 20, 2008

Thanks for posting this recipe! My family and I enjoy it very much though the loaf seems smaller than I expected. Have to try to cut thinner slices.

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Sunset_Sam September 19, 2007

Sahara, today was the second time that I've made your bread. Both times were fabulous! Today I added toasted chopped pecans that I had on hand. Wonderful! I know I'm going to be baking bread soon because your loaf will be gone by tomorrow! Thanks for helping my bread baking skills look so good!

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Normaone April 05, 2003
Raisin Banana Bread