This is a super easy moist banana cake which is excellent for using up the bananas that your kids say are just too old and speckled to eat! I think this banana cake turns out so very moist, because it has a really high proportion of bananas in it.
Some of our favourite recipes have been passed on by our twin mum friends.
There’s something about having twins that makes you find and use very quick and easy recipes.
This cake came from a twin mum friend Sarah. She brought it to a multiple birth club Christmas Party. I was fighting my twins for it.
Find here the yummy moist banana cake recipe, you can easily print it out.
- 350g plain flour
- 4tsp baking powder
- 1tsp bicarb of soda
- 250g melted butter
- 300g brown sugar
- 4 eggs
- 1 tsp vanilla paste
- 6-8 large bananas mashed
- - choc chip or sultanas if desired
- Put oven on, at 160 fan forced or 180 C.
- Melt together brown sugar and butter ( I use the microwave). Cool slightly.
- Sift and mix together flour, bicarb and baking powder.
- Add eggs, vanilla and banana to the sugar/butter mixture and blend up.
- Genty fold in the flour.
- Add choc chips or sultanas if you fancy.
- I cook this in a big square tin at 160 in my fan forced oven. It takes about 45 minutes. Sometimes I make it into muffins or bake as a slice and then it's about 15 minutes or so. Half the amount makes a large loaf tin or the full amount makes two loaf tins.
If you’re looking for a MUCH more healthy and super nutritious banana cake, check out this Super Healthy Banana Bread recipe
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Hope you’ve enjoyed reading this easy banana cake recipe; every family needs one!
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