BANANA LOAF

Published by michelle

YUMMY

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Ingredients

  • 7oz plain flour
  • 1 level teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 level teaspoon bicarbonate soda
  • 4oz caster sugar
  • 2oz margarine
  • 1 egg
  • a little milk
  • 2 bananas (mashed)

Method

Seive the flour, bicarbonate soda and baking powder. Rub in the margarine and caster sugar. Add mashed bananas, beat in egg and milk and mix well. Grease a loaf tin and bake for 1 hour at 190oc in the centre of the oven.

Comments

  • Josie 6 months ago

    I have used this recipe for years now - such a lovely cake. You can use 7oz self raising flour instead of the plain flour and baking soda/bicarb to make it easier. Also the bananas mash up fine in the dry ingredients if you want to save on washing up. It's absolutely gorgeous with 100g chopped up chocolate mixed in at the end.

  • Amy 10 months ago

    So handy to make an tastes unreal! :)

  • Hi! 1 year ago

    I cooked it with raisins it tasted soo tasty :)

  • Tushar 1 year ago

    Hi - this looks yummy!

    national banana bread day is the 23rd of february. Bananas appeared in the us in the 1870 and it took a while for them to appear as ingredient items for desserts. The actual banana bread recipes began being published in cookbooks around the great depression as resourceful housewives didn't wish to throw away overripe bananas (as they were still a costly item to purchase). Make your own:

    http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=ir5zxm8yjqo

  • Allison 1 year ago

    So easy i put everything into my blender and it turned out great thanks for the recipie

  • Zoe 2 years ago

    I cooked it in a big loaf tin so its not as tall and it only took 30 mins

  • Zoe 2 years ago

    Lovely cake thank you . I just put it all in liquidiser ad added spice and sultanas

  • Nadene 2 years ago

    A little milk? Just how much is "a little milk?" that's plain dumb!

  • Venus 2 years ago

    Change the metric to cups or grams pls

  • Jaiyden 2 years ago

    Kwl cake, really nice ;)

  • Lily 2 years ago

    Yummy!

  • Clare 2 years ago

    Fab recipie, it never goes wrong and i am a lazy cook literally just chuck all ingredients at the same time - turn on the food micer and job done. Sometimes chuck a handful of raisins in and mixed spices - whatever we fancy at the time.....
    i think my 3 year old has cottoned onto the fact that if he doesnt eat bananas, once they have gone a bit too ripe he knows i make him a banana cake !!

  • SHira 2 years ago

    Lovely!! Nice and easy thank you.

  • Beanbag 2 years ago

    Delicious! Thanks very much. I bake in ounces too, so drop the attitude marie rose!

  • Ali 2 years ago

    Love this recipe - simple, quick and effective... Passed through the family now so they can make their own versions - never goes wrong! Amazing with nutella running through it...

  • Robyn 3 years ago

    I have just tried it today, i added coco powder to it by adding 5oz plain flour and 2oz coco powder, it came out really nice :)

  • E.L.piper 3 years ago

    Hey plentya people still use ounces, and alotta people find it easier. And does it really matter? No ones gunna know at teh end :b

  • Angela 3 years ago

    Love this recipe, have made it about 8 times now and it always comes out really moist and bouncy. I still work in ounces too. :) it's not hard to convert if you're that desperate to use grammes.

  • Claire 3 years ago

    Great cake. I did it with sr flour instead of using baking powder and bicarbonate it was so quick easy and tastes lovely. Thanks for posting it was certainly quick and easy. Will do again.

  • Uku8yy 3 years ago

    Very very nice cooler than a bag of ice

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