Use a stick blender or large spoon to mulch together the bananas, eggs, butter, sugar and essence
Then sieve together the flour and bicarbonate. To be honest, I know you should sieve flour, but I rarely do
Add the flour to the banana mix and mix together. Stir it just enough to mix.
Pour the mixture into a greased or lined cake or loaf tin. I usually use a 2lb loaf tin as I like to slice it like a loaf
Bake at 180°C (GM4) for 80 mins until knife comes out clean.
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Once cold, store in an airtight container. Should keep for 7 – 10 days. Or wrap and freeze. Perfect for packed lunches.
Priced at Asda using mySupermarket, July 2019Total cost £1.29If you want to cut into a different number of portions, this is the total nutrition for the original sized banana cake
Total nutrition 2150 calories, 40g protein, 90g fat, 280g carbsAdd walnut pieces to make banana walnut bread, or try cashews; ripple through jam or peanut butter once the mix is in the tin.Add raisins or other dried fruit. Use wholemeal flour or dark brown sugar. Zest in a lemon and some lemon juiceOr you could swap out the banana for any other fruit that's soft, cooked pears for instance or tinned apricots,Once cooked and cooled, spread with butter and/or jam or peanut butter if you like.