Hello guys! I know I have been absent lately, but I am back now and I am bringing you a new delicious recipe.
I do have to mention that I am not a fan of bananas, but this recipe is a game changer. It is super moist, fluffy and filled with flavour, simply delicious! I actually didn’t plan on making this recipe but because I had some extra ripe bananas in my fridge I decided to use them and in the end, the cake was the final product 😛
WONDERING HOW TO MAKE THE BANANA CAKE?
Tip #1 is to find the ripest bananas you can! The browner and spottier they are the better — this is going to give your Banana Cake the best flavour. Mash them up well (you can use a potato masher, or even just a fork) and add them to your other wet ingredients.
Stir together your dry ingredients in a separate bowl, and then use a spatula to gently fold the dry ingredients into the wet. Take care not to over-mix the batter here!
Finally, pour your banana cake batter into a pan covered up with baking paper and prepare your crumb topping, which is what really puts this cake over the top!
LET’S GET BAKING!
Banana crumb cake
Super moist and quick recipe you can make at any time. Tender and soft banana cake, loaded up with flavour and moisture.
- 170g oat flour
- 80g xylit or regular sugar
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 40g almond flour
- 350g ripe bananas
- 70g dates (soaked in hot water for 10 minutes)
- 150ml vanilla almond milk
- 30ml coconut oil
- 15g oat flour
- 15g oats
- 1 tbsp coconut sugar
In a separate bowl add the oat and almond flour, cinnamon and baking powder. Stir until combined.
Add the banana, dates, sugar and milk. Blend everything until you get a smooth texture.
Add half of the mixture from the blender into the bowl with your flour and mix everything well. One you got a thick paste, set the mixture into a pan with baking paper and then pour over the rest of the mixture from the blender.
In a bowl combine the ingredients and mix them until you get a crumbly paste. Pour it over the cake and put the cake in the oven to bake for 20 minutes on 170 degrees.