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Banana Cake Recipe

Banana Cake Recipe

Banana Cake Recipe

Banana Bread is one of my favorite recipes is the whole world. It's super moist, incredibly easy to make, and the best way to use leftover bananas that have been sitting for way too long in the fridge. It's also a crowd favorite and honestly, I haven't found the first person that doesn't like a good banana bread, so with the summer gatherings fastly approaching I decided to try my hand at making a banana bread cake and I have to say, it knocked my socks off. We hope that you adore this Banana Cake Recipe as much as we do.

This banana cake is so good you'll want to keep the recipe for yourself and never share it with anyone else (I know because I had to convince myself to share it with you all), then you'll want to make a second batch and a third batch and another one because it's so good you'll want to take it with you to every party, gathering, little get together that you have, you may even find yourself inviting people over just to have an excuse to make an eat more of the cake. Yes, it's that good.

Banana Cake RecipeThe cake is made like a fluffier banana bread, it still uses banana and all the usuals but a bit more of baking powder + a bit more of mixing time to incorporate air into the batter. The result is a cake that's packed with flavor and that holds great the frosting.

Banana Cake RecipeThen for the frosting, we are whipping up a big batch of vanilla and decorating the cake with little ribbons of frosting but what gives the complete wow factor is the banana coins carefully placed between the frosting swirls. To prevent the coins from browning just drizzle them with a bit of lemon juice and they'll look fresh all day long.

Banana Cake RecipeBanana Cake Recipe

ingredients

  • 1 Egg
  • ½ Cup sugar
  • ¾ Cup flour
  • ¼ Cup butter
  • ¼ Cup milk
  • 1 Smashed banana
  • 2 Tsp baking powder

for the frosting

  • ½ Cup butter
  • 2 Cups powdered sugar
  • 2 Tsp vanilla extract

topping

  • 1 Sliced banana

Banana Cake Recipedirections

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Place all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them well until everything is incorporated and there are no lumps left. Then mix for 1 extra minute.
  3. Pour the batter into a greased cake pan.
  4. Bake for 30 minutes or until done.
  5. Whip up the frosting while the cake still in the oven: add the butter to a bowl and mix for 3 minutes. Incorporate the powdered sugar and the vanilla extract and continue mixing until light and airy.
  6. Remove the cake from the oven and let it cool down for 8 minutes.
  7. Remove the cake from the cake pan and let it cool for 20 minutes.
  8. Decorate it with the frosting (using a piping bag is optional) and top it with the banana coins.
  9. Serve and enjoy.

Banana Cake Recipe

Banana Cake Recipe

 

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  1. omg yes!! i need to make this soon I love it ahh!!

  2. This cake looks so good. I bet my girls would love it. I have banana allergies but it sure looks delicious.

  3. leira

    This looks really good!! how do you prevent the banana from turning color brown?

  4. Looks beautiful the way you topped it! I bet I couldn’t resist a second piece of this cake!

  5. This sounds amazing! I love bananas, they make the calories in the cake not count since they are healthy right??

  6. Maggie branch

    This cake looks delicious! We love bananas and since this can very easily be made dairy free, it would be a huge hit in my house. Yay!

  7. Oh this is so easy to make with few ingredients! I think I can make this Banana cake with the easy to follow instructions. Perfect to pair with tea!

  8. This looks and sounds yummy. I wish I could just literally grab this from my screen. I need to try this.

  9. I love banana bread and I love how you dressed this one up. It looks so pretty and yummy.

  10. These banana cakes look yummy!! And they look like the perfect size!! YUM!!

  11. YUMMY! Your banana cake looks super delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe! I’ll be making this for the family on the weekend!

  12. Rebecca Swenor

    This banana cake recipe is indeed a delicious idea for great dessert. We love bananas and are always looking for desserts with them. This cake is perfect for us. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  13. This looks really tasty, and your photos are gorgeous! I’m kind of iffy on banana recipes in general, but I’ll go totally out for something like this one!

  14. Kathy

    This looks amazing! I need to try out this recipe soon. Banana is one of my favorite flavors, so this must taste great. I’m excited to try it out!

  15. This looks so good. I love bananas and would love to try this dessert!

  16. This looks so light and delicious! I love the simple frosting. Yummy!

  17. CourtneyLynne

    Omg can we say yummy?!?! This banana cake looks deyond delicious!!! I must give it a try!

  18. Oh yum! I love banana cake and need to give this a try soon! Your photos are great.

  19. I love banana anything and that cake looks divine. Thanks for sharing and I may have to test it out for my birthday. – Yolo

  20. That looks so light and airy, the perfect summer dessert recipe.

  21. This is a very unique banana cake recipe and your photography looks pretty! I can’t wait to try your recipe

  22. I love banana anything, so this sounds FAB! YUM!

  23. Your heading got all my attention. My daughter and I love bananas. I’m so eager to try this recipe.

  24. Allison Swain

    This looks so good! I eat a lot of bananas so i will probably make this! Thanks for sharing

  25. That looks amazing! The cream topping with the bananas makes me want to eat the whole thing by myself!

  26. Rosie

    What a cute little cake and I love the presentation. It would be a good cake to make on a rainy day!

  27. ellen beck

    This looks delicious and I would love a piece. I am married to the only person in the world that doesnt care for bananas! OOOO he infuriates me, because I cant make things like this unless I am taking it somewhere. I cant really make this for one person.. I would gobble it up and that wouldnt be good.
    I am bookmarking this one though ad might give it a go. It looks so summery and just good.

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