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Mrs Woo's Banana Cake



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  • 125 g Butter, cubed
  • 125 g raw sugar
  • 2 --- Eggs, room temperature
  • 3 Bananas, large, ripe
  • 2 tbsp Milk
  • 1 tbsp lime juice
  • 230 g plain flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp bi-carb soda
  • 2 tsp mixed spice
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Mash bananas in a separate bowl with milk and add lime juice. Set aside.
    Blend butter and sugar in TM bowl on speed 3 for 20 seconds. Add eggs one at a time and mix for another 20 to 30 seconds. 
    Add in sifted dry ingredients (can 'sift' them together first and remove from bowl) and banana mixture.
    Mix for 10 seconds or so until incorporated fully. Use spatula if necessary.

    Cook in moderate oven for 40 minutes. I use a ring tin normally and a Kugelhopf tin when I make the larger quantity. The recipe can be successfully increased by 1 1/2.

    Ice with cream cheese icing with a little added lemon juice and rind 
    Leave plain and butter slices.
    Ice with Lemon Icing

    Top with melted butter and cinnamon while still warm and serve straight away

    Serve warm with butterscotch sauce as a dessert


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* Substitute cinnamon for mixed spice and add the grated rind of an orange.
* Use buttermilk in place of milk.
* Add choc chips, grated orange rind and chopped dates for Ambrosia Cake
* Make in muffin tins.

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  • Banana cake- good taste and

    Submitted by ronellem on 9. October 2016 - 23:31.

    Banana cake- good taste and texture.

    I halved the sugar.It turned out sweet enough.

    Next time I will leave out bicarb and mixed spice( and substitute with baking powder and cinnamon) as the colour of the cake was too brown for my liking.

    To simplify the steps, I sifted all the dry ingredients first, putting them aside.

    Then beat the butter and sugar, adding eggs and liquid. Then mixed dry ingredients in.

    When doubling the recipe, the bowl of TM 31 will be filled to the max. 

    Recipe makes one standard sizes loaf tin.

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  • This is so good! I've made it

    Submitted by Thermo-whips on 19. February 2015 - 21:28.

    This is so good! I've made it three times now and it's great, especially using the mixed spice/orange zest variation and with cream cheese icing! Still very banana-ey but with a twist. Fits perfectly into a loaf tin if you want to make it as a banana bread instead.

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  •   I baked using a ring tin

    Submitted by liz72 on 21. January 2013 - 15:10.


    I baked using a ring tin and added 3/4 cup of cadbury's white chocolate melts, truly yummy!

    Thanks for sharing and converting Mrs. Woo's cake to TMX!  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Yum! Used a ring tin and iced

    Submitted by Cherryn on 4. August 2012 - 01:21.

    Yum! Used a ring tin and iced with cream cheese icing.

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  • This recipe was named after a

    Submitted by The Bush Gourmand on 17. April 2012 - 11:45.

    This recipe was named after a mother at my nephew's school in Perth brought the cake to a morning tea at the school. My nephew is now over 40 and this is still our family's very favourite Banana Cake.


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