Yummy, yummy. This is definitely yummy. Mine was too dry, but I guarantee that was my fault. You see, I opened the oven at the earlier scale of the 70-75 minutes, in fact I checked it at 65 minutes, and then baked the full 75. At 65 minutes, I inserted a knife into the center and it came out with what I thought was wet batter. I should have known better, I’m sure now it was melted chocolate.
Oh well, it still had an awesome flavor, and just look at how beautiful it is!
This recipe is a winner. The banana is more of an aftertaste than anything, but it’s still a great addition. Some of the other TWD bakers subbed the bananas with applesauce, and I think someone else tried pears! I’m sure they were all good. The bananas are second stage, it’s the cocoa and the chocolate that gets the spotlight in this recipe.
I even topped mine with a little peanut butter and tried some Nutella on another slice. If I hadn’t overbaked it, this would not have been necessary. :)
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