I absoutley love Banana Cake, its been a favorate of mine since i was a child. This sweet loaf cake is brilliant served warm with a hot cup of coffee ;-)


Amount Ingredient 4oz soft butter or margarine 6oz sugar, of your choice brown, granulated 8oz self raising flour 2 large eggs 3 ripe bananas


■Heat the oven to gas mark 4; 180C
■Grease a 2lb loaf tin.
■Mash the bananas with a sturdy fork.
■Cream the butter and sugar together and mix in the eggs
■Mix together the two yellow sludges you now have.
■Mix in the flour.
■Scrape into the loaf tin and bake for 40 minutes then lower the temperature to gas mark 2; 150C and cook for a further 30 minutes.
To add a Honey Glaze:
Warm up 3tbs of honey in a saucepan, prick the cooked banana cake with a metal skewer and pour over the warm honey. Leave to cool and remove from the tin, ready to slice and serve yummy
Let me know what you think, its really easy to do


sillyoldpoohbear Says... 2012-08-01 07:53:42

Thanks for sharing, I've been looking for an easy banana cake. Can't wait to give it a try :-)

DolceJeanna Says... 2012-08-02 04:32:55

I too have been looking for a good banana cake recipe. Thank you so much!

taelolu Says... 2012-08-04 13:18:10

This is a gud yummy banana recipe, A̶̲̥̅♏ gonna try it out.But what's the lifespan of the cake because of the banana can it last long?

desfox13 Says... 2012-08-05 10:01:14

I live in Mexico and cannot find "self rising flour". I see this listed in quite a few ingredients lists. What do I use instead? Is there a standard conversion that breaks this down into regular flour and baking soda/powder, or whatever?

poohbearnme59 Says... 2012-08-06 04:54:47

For each cup of all-purpose flour, add 1 1/4 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon of salt.

Cinthia Says... 2012-08-06 08:23:43

The whole family LOVED it. Approved and asked for more...lasted 1 1/2 day only, that's because I hided 1. ;) Didn't used the honey glazed thou and used 4oz oz light brown sugar & 2 oz of regular granulated sugar. Deliciousssss.....

KB51 Says... 2012-08-06 16:03:44

to desfox13, If you don't like salt, you can leave it out, just up the baking powder a bit (I would probably add 2 teaspoons baking powder to 1 cup flour). An alternative method is to add one teaspoon of cream of tartar and half a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to one cup of plain flour - this gives the same result.

KB51 Says... 2012-08-06 16:05:16

Sorry, by plain flour, I mean all purpose flour.

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