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Chocolate-Banana Lunchbox Cake

September/October 1994

Your rating: None Average: 4.5 (23 votes)

To ensure that the chocolate-banana cake lasts long enough for at least one week's worth of lunches, wrap individual pieces in plastic wrap and store them in the freezer. This cake contains no eggs, so it is appropriate for anyone who has a sensitivity to them.



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Chocolate-Banana Lunchbox Cake Recipe

4 Reviews for Chocolate-Banana Lunchbox Cake

06/04/2012
Anonymous
Moist and Delish!

I made this cake in two 8" cake rounds so I could layer it. In between the two layers I sliced fresh strawberries. I then Iced it with the lowfat cream cheese recipe from Eatingwell (fat free cream cheese and a can of marshmallow fluff). This was a great addition to the cake and in the end felt like I was eating a banana split cake! Refridgerate the cake to maintain moistness.

Flavorful, moist, and filling.
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08/08/2011
Delicious!!!!!!!!

This cake is absolutely lovely... I highly recommend it...

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05/16/2010
Anonymous

I agree this cake is wonderful!

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03/29/2010
Anonymous

i think it is geart

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