This morning I woke up craving my Grandmother’s Banana Nut Cake. I had everything I needed to make this delicious recipe even the buttermilk. I went straight into the kitchen ( I didn’t even make my coffee first!), followed the recipe, and 15 minutes later I put a batch of these Banana Nut Cake (muffins) in the oven. While the muffins were baking I put everything away…. That’s when I discovered I added heavy cream instead of buttermilk to the batter…. Ooops! I guess I should have had the coffee first 🙂 Oh well looks like the muffins turned out right! Have a great day and here’s the recipe for my Grandmother’s Fluffy Banana Nut Cake.
Several years ago my Grandmother asked me what I wanted for Christmas. I told my Grandmother that I wanted some of her favorite recipes along with some of her mother’s favorite recipes written in her handwriting. A few months later that’s exactly what I got. A photo album filled with index cards of all my Grandmother favorite recipes and a few of my Great Grandmothers recipes. It’s one of my most treasured possessions.
I never knew my Great Grandmother Mama’ Keown, but I have known some of her recipes, like this one I’m sharing with you today, for my whole life. This recipe for Fluffy Banana Nut Cake is something I remember my Grandmother and my Mother making time and time again and it’s something I always enjoy making as well.
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