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Really Good Banana Cake


Servings per recipe: 12

Really Good Banana Cake

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Eclipse Recipe# 29
Added by: Eclipse | Feb/28/2013
Banana cake could probably have been one of the first cakes I ever made. If it wasnt the first, it certainly feels like it was. Of all the foods in the world, a rich moist banana cake is one that only gets better with real whole food ingredients instead of the processed ones. Macadamia oil in place of butter, less oil and a crazy moist texture by adding Chia seeds, and really light whole wheat cake flour. Made all in one bowl, this amazing cake is quick, simple and mouthwateringly moorish.
15 minutes | Cook 45 minutes
  1. The amazing thing about this cake is that it is all made in one bowl with a fork or whisk.
  2. Reheat the oven to 180 degC and grease and line a loaf or ring tin.
  3. Pour the macadamia oil and rapadura sugar into a large mixing bowl and beat or whisk together. Add vanilla. Add each egg, one at a time, beating well after each egg an continue until the mixture thickens slightly.
  4. Add mashed banana and chia seeds and whisk in roughly. Rest the mix for 15 minute then stir again as chia seeds thick the mix slightly.
  5. Sift together the cake flour, salt and the baking powder and baking soda. Now fold half the flour into the egg batter. Now add the milk and the rest of the flour. Fold together.
  6. Break the walnut halves in half again to form large pieces. Fold through the cake batter.
  7. Pour mixture into the lined cake tin and bake for 35-40 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean after being skewed into the centre of the cake.
  8. Stand for 10 minutes to cool slightly then turn onto a wire rack to cool until the cake is warm or cool to touch.
  9. This cake tastes amazing plain or if you like a bit more indulgence, try icing or filling with a lemon cream cheese icing.

Really Good Banana Cake

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