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Moist Banana Cake

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created: 2013/02/13 changed: 2013/03/03
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Ingredients

  • 3 ripe bananas, Peeled
  • 150 g caster sugar
  • 150 g butter, room temperature
  • 2 eggs
  • 240 g Self Raising Flour
  • 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 30 g milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

  1. 1. Preheat oven to 160 C
  2. 2. Place bananas and vanilla essence in the bowl and mix for 5 seconds on speed 4. Set aside.
  3. 3. No need to rinse out bowl. Add butter and caster sugar and mix for 20 seconds on speed 5.
  4. 4. Add the eggs one at a time and combine each for a few seconds on 
  5.    speed 5.
  6. 5. Add the banana mixture and mix for 3 seconds on speed 5.
  7. 6. Add the flour, bicarbonate of soda and milk and mix for 15 seconds on speed 4 to 5.
  8. 7. Pour into a lined 20cm cake tin and bake in the oven for 1 hour. If cake still looks wet after this time reduce the temperature to 140 C and cook for a further 10 to 20 minutes.
  9. 8. Wait 10 minutes before turning out of the cake tin.



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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Preheat oven to 160 C
  2. 2. Place bananas and vanilla essence in the bowl and mix for 5 seconds on speed 4. Set aside.
  3. 3. No need to rinse out bowl. Add butter and caster sugar and mix for 20 seconds on speed 5.
  4. 4. Add the eggs one at a time and combine each for a few seconds on 
  5.    speed 5.
  6. 5. Add the banana mixture and mix for 3 seconds on speed 5.
  7. 6. Add the flour, bicarbonate of soda and milk and mix for 15 seconds on speed 4 to 5.
  8. 7. Pour into a lined 20cm cake tin and bake in the oven for 1 hour. If cake still looks wet after this time reduce the temperature to 140 C and cook for a further 10 to 20 minutes.
  9. 8. Wait 10 minutes before turning out of the cake tin.



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COMMENTS (135)

Amazing texture and taste. I reduced sugar to 125g and added half a cup of milk choc chips. These wont last long!

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Thank you...easy and so tasty. A winner in our house. 

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I first made this cake almost two years ago when I had a Bellini, it was fantastic then and it is still fantastic now that I have tried it in my TM5 - this time I added choc chips and baked in a loaf pan.  Absolutely delicious!  Thanks for a great recipe

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This cake was delicious, I iced with a caramel icing and my partner ate half the cake in one sitting. Lucky he left me some!

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Delicious and perfect without icing- we ate the whole thing still warm. I did reduce sugar to 90g & it was perfect for us! Thanks for a brilliant recipe

Nice recipe. Only used half the amount of sugar and it was perfectly sweet with just that. Baked the cake in my Mackies bread tin and also added the zest of one organge (ala Barefoot Contessa's version) and some chopped up walnuts. Yummy.

 

I also noticed the cake came away from the tin, as a few others have noted. Not sure why?

Absolutely delicious! Best one I've tried so far. Thank you for sharing this recipe. 

Cooking Cooking Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.   BIG THUMPS UP.

This is the niciest banana cake recipe, l have ever used, usually they end up quite dry, but this recipe is perfect.  Defidently a winner in our household.

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Best banana cake I've ever made!

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By far THE BEST banana cake ! Thank you !

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I was looking for a Thermomix version of my usual banana cake recipe and this recipe matched up, so I thought I'd give it a go. I was very impressed with the ease of this recipe, and even more so impressed with the texture of this cake!! This recipe will become a staple in my household. Thank you!!

@thebilstons did you defrost your bananas or did you just use them frozen? 

Hermie my Thermie Gentle stir setting

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Too easy and too delicious - I  have to double the recipe as we all have to go back for seconds Love

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Omgoodness.... Delish recipe. My family loved it. Can't wait to make it again.thank you.

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Fab thanks!! I made 2 little cakes from this mixture in loaf tins, made it last longer! Even husband liked it! 

I used old bananas that I'd frozen.. so wasnt sure how it would turn out. EXCELLENT! Thank you!

LouiseB

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This worked beautifully - thank you!

Elise Hinkley, HAPPY HINKS

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I halved the recipe as i didn't have enough bananas and cooked it in a loaf tin....... perfect! I tried a small piece at the end and I'm going to whip up some cream cheese icing for it once it cools. Like others I am going to back off on the sugar next time too. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

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Yum. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.

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This is a very easy and delicious banana cake. Slices easily also. I reduced the qty of sugar a little and it did not affect the consistency. Thank you. Love

 

Lou   Smile

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Made these into cupcakes. Delish! Thanks x

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Beautiful cake

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Perfect banana cake! I cooked in a 20cm square pan for 30 mins and added caramel icing.

Great recipe, I only used 80g sugar, 100g of butter (ran out) and subbed with 70g of yoghurt, added 3/4 walnuts at end and cooked as a bar loaf. Thanks for sharing.

Almost Martha 

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Delicious and a big hit with my work colleagues. It turned out more like banana bread than cake. Still delicious! 

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Just yummy, turned out perfect !!!! Thanks so much for sharing.....

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A beautiful cake. Like others I used raw sugar and cut it down to 110 g as bananas are sweet. i added 100 g walnuts ( 30 g ground and 70 g chopped. ) This will definitely be a recipe I will repeat as I always have bananas in the freezer.  Smile

I made this recipe into 12 individual patty pans. Baked them for 20-25 mins. They were delicious! Flavoursome, light and fluffy. I have cooked and frozen another batch for the kids lunch boxes. 

Delicious! I'm terrible with banana cake so finally I made one that everyone loved! Smile thanks!

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A lovely banana & buttery cake. Beautiful moist cake. Left the cake in the oven at 140FF for 1h 50min & although slightly more than golden crust than a usual banana cake, it was surprisingly moist, light & fluffy. Very more-ish! thanks for sharing.

I made this recipe for my partner to take to work, topped with a simple icing (icing sugar/milk/butter) and apparently it was the best cake his colleagues have ever eaten and they are still talking about it weeks later. I'll be saving this recipe!

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So easy, moist and yummy.  Thanks for a great recipe

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I have made this cake so many times and it always turns out awesome. Love it. However, I do reduce the sugar. Thanks!

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AMAZING!!!  So light and fluffy!

I ony had raw sugar and reduced to 100g!

Will defintely make again!

What type of icing would go well with it???

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Omg!!! So yummy, moist and light. I used 4 frozen bananas and I didn't take out and put aside I kept them in and just kept going with the recipe. I also halved the sugar and only had raw sugar. Both my kids loved it and said it was the just like the packet mix cafe style one we normally buy. 

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One word. Yum! (The only downside to this recipe is my family scoffed this cake pretty quickly, so now I have to make another).

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Perfect!  Smile Closed lid

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Awesome banana cake!!! I must admit I was a bit sceptical as I have tried so many and they haven't been as good as I expected but wow this is amazing! So light and fluffy and full of banana flavour. Will definitely make again. Thanks!!

Thanks for this great recipe!  It's a hit with my kids.  I reduced the sugar to 100g and used wholemeal self raising flour.

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Made this cake today for the first time.  I used some frozen ride bananas, so you just need to get in the bowl with a spatula to ensure the butter, sugar, etc comes away from the edges and is mixed through before you put the batter into the cake tin.  Turned out very well and my boys are devouring it right now.  Great recipe, thank you!

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Best banana cake ever!!!

 

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I'm about to make this for the second time just to make sure it actually is the best banana cake I've ever made. Love this recipe, soooooooo yummy, very moist. Thank you so much!

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Really lovely, thank you. 

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i cant believe this, i made this almost exact cake today. i got it off the side of the sr flour package about 20 years ago and thought about posting it here but you already have . thank you

Amanda Gentle stir setting

Delicious cake! I used only 100g or raw sugar and four small bananas.....definetly sweet enough! This will be on our regular rotation for school lunches now. The kids LOVE it! 

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My daughter (who does not eat cake normally) LOVED this cake.  I used 3 large bananas, changed to castor sugar to 120g rapadura sugar and added 40g of desiccate coconut and some cinnamon.  It was excellent!

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Really light and fluffy but nice and moist too, will be a regular one for us.

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Lovely cake

It would not have been cooked long enough

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Beautiful! The kids love it too Smile

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Easy and delish!,

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