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    1/2 c. shortening
    1 c. sugar
    2 well beaten eggs
    3 mashed bananas
    2 c. flour
    1/4 tsp salt
    2 tsp soda
    1/4 c. nuts
    1/4 cherries (jar or candied)
    1/4 chocolate chips

    Mis all ingredients well, I put dry things first and add as you go. Pour into loaf pans, Bake for one hour at 350 degrees.

    You can cut them down the center and then in slices. Goes a long way and delicious.

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    Yummm... this sounds so good...

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    Of course nothing can take the place of a good fruitcake but this is next in line.

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    Thanks Debbie it sounds delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    1/2 c. shortening
    1 c. sugar
    2 well beaten eggs
    3 mashed bananas
    2 c. flour
    1/4 tsp salt
    2 tsp soda
    1/4 c. nuts
    1/4 cherries (jar or candied)
    1/4 chocolate chips

    Mis all ingredients well, I put dry things first and add as you go. Pour into loaf pans, Bake for one hour at 350 degrees.

    You can cut them down the center and then in slices. Goes a long way and delicious.
    Well what are you doing on the computer????? Get in the kitchen and make us some...we will wait for it to get done. LOL

    That sounds really good.

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    Sounds delicious. Thank you.

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    mmm Sounds Delicious

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    Thank you ,this sounds delicious!!!

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    Looks like a nice recipe...will have to try it when the bananas are a little cheaper.lol Our bananas are hovering around $12 -$16 a kilo at the moment, so our mums have to be loaded before we would consider buying them. Will archive it.

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    Sounds delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau
    Looks like a nice recipe...will have to try it when the bananas are a little cheaper.lol Our bananas are hovering around $12 -$16 a kilo at the moment, so our mums have to be loaded before we would consider buying them. Will archive it.
    Ouch. Pricey there. I would say leave them out but like banana bread, the bananas add some moisture to it so you need it. Hope you can try it soon.

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    Thanks Debbie!! I will give it a try.......sounds wonderful! :-D

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    Sounds as if we need to send jitkaau bananas for Christmas!
    Ann in TN

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    Yummy. sounds good. I ain't waiting till Christmas. Your instructions says to pour in to loaf pans. How many loafs does it make??

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    It sounds very good-no calories of course??

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    Quote Originally Posted by patimint
    Yummy. sounds good. I ain't waiting till Christmas. Your instructions says to pour in to loaf pans. How many loafs does it make??
    I use two. And I wouldn't wait either. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyd
    It sounds very good-no calories of course??
    Nope fat free and sugar free and no carbs either. :roll: :roll:

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    my mom use to make this. Thanks for a reminder of the past.

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    Holdy Cow jirkaau!!! and I was complaining about paying 69 cents a pound at the grocey store yesterday.

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    Sweet tooth says - "Do not wait for Christmas! Make NOW" I must obey.

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    Made this yesterday! oh, so good!

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