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9 July 2010, 12:09
I love banana bread. Especially the edges which get nice and toasty when you stick a slice under the grill with some butter oh baby. But I love banana cake too with soft as a pillow banana innards. So usually I make a banana cake recipe and bake it in a loaf haha so much win! Also made a mini bundt cos I have a thing for bundt cakes lol I used this recipe which is awesomely easy and best of all you only use 1 bowl to mix everything in (plus a plate to mash the banana)
Here’s your ingredients: 3 super ripe bananas, 125g butter, ¾ cup brown sugar, 2 eggs, 1½ cups self raising flour, 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda, ¾ cup sour cream and 1 tablespoon milk
Preheat oven to 170C. Whack in your ¾ cup brown sugar and 125g softened butter into a mixer and cream until light and fluffy
While your sugar and butter are mixing, smoosh your bananas and smoosh em good
When sugar and butter are fluffy-fied add in the eggs one at a time scraping sides of the bowl after each egg. Yes I use a Sunbeam. (You are my Sunbeam, my only Sunbeam). Add your smooshed banana and beat till combined.
Add in the 1½ cups sifted self raising flour and 1tsp bicarb with the ¾ cup sour cream and 1 Tbsp milk. Beat until smooth.
Pour mixture into greased pan. Bake at 170C for 1 hour. If you’re making the mini bundt take it out at 30mins, recipe can be used to make 24 muffins- bake for 20mins or until golden.
Mmm hello bundty! So usually I would make cream cheese frosting if I made a banana cake but since I made a loaf I wasn’t keen on making frosting just for the tiny bundt so I uh poured condensed milk haha mmm sweetness
Best part of bundts is that there’s a well of icing in the middle just waiting to ooze out oh baby! Sorry no pic of the loaf i kinda started eating it before remembering to take a photo haha fail
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