Fluffy Banana Cake

Cake

So long as there are sad looking browning bananas on the kitchen counter, I’ll find a recipe to throw them into.
Fluffy banana cake; this is my go-to use for bananas when I get tired of the old classic banana bread.
It’s an airy and light cake, with a hint of cardamom, vanilla and nutmeg.
A warm and comforting treat for the chilly days ahead.
Wonderful with slow cooked strawberries, this cake is vegan, simple and very easy to make.
The secret to it’s lightness is sifting the dry ingredients twice and getting the batter very smooth.

Fluffy Flour Banana Cake

Banana Cake w/ Strawberries

Posted November 10th, 2011 in Food. Tagged: , .
  • http://pencilkitchen.blogspot.com/ PencilKitchen

    Just what i’m looking for!!! 

    • http://elsbro.com/blog Elsa

      Thanks, good to hear :-)

  • http://twitter.com/betit19 Richa

    that is a very beautiful cake! yumm! Richa @ http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/

    • http://elsbro.com/blog Elsa

      Thank you & thanks for visiting :-)

  • Simply Tia

    This looks fabulous. Will make one day.

    • http://elsbro.com/blog Elsa

      Hi Tia! :-) it tastes really good too. I hope you do make it…

  • Gwen

    Wow!!! I saw this pic on tastespotting and had to check out your blog!  Beautiful pics, beautiful blog!

    • http://elsbro.com/blog Elsa

      Hi Gwen, Thank you! :-)

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  • Yomi

    This cake looks truly fluffy! Since becoming vegan many of my muffins and cakes come out flat, so I proceed with caution with when trying new vegan recipes. I would like to try this recipe and would like to know what type of coconut milk you recommend. Did you use the canned type that is often used in Thai cooking, or something else?

    • http://elsbro.com/blog Elsa

      Hi Yomi, sorry to hear you haven’t been having much luck with vegan baking. Don’t give up, it takes a bit of trial and error to get it right. :-) Canned light coconut milk should be fine – remember to sift the flour and use a mixer (hand mixer works perfectly) if you can. Good luck and please keep me updated. :-)


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