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Eggless Butterless Banana Loaf Cake / Banana Bread Recipe

March 27, 2017 Motions and Emotions 14 Comments

Last few bananas are lying in the fruit basket for last two days and no one wants to eat that as their skin has turned black! Isn't it a common scene in your house also? You just don't want to throw them in the dust bin because food should not be wasted.. So what to do? Let's bake a banana loaf cake using the overripe bananas. I know this is a very good idea as the bananas are saved and family can enjoy a healthy cake.



Eating healthy breakfast is a good way to kick start your day! Slices of banana loaf cake with a cup of coffee is a good choice for breakfast. You can prepare the banana cake previous day, so next day morning will be hassle free! You can sleep little extra or do little more exercise or read detailed news instead of only headlines. You can also utilize that extra time in your own way...



You can make this cake more healthy by replacing the all purpose flour with whole wheat flour.This is  butter-less cake so less calories.  Sweetness you can adjust according to your taste. I have used only 1/2 cup of sugar as the small bananas I have used were very sweet. If you are using big size bananas then one or one and half banana would be perfect for this recipe.

Eggless Butterless Banana Loaf Cake / Banana Bread Recipe

Ingredients

Flour (Maida) -  2 cups
Banana (small) - 3 nos, overripe
Sugar - 1/2 cup to 2/3 cup
Refined Oil - 1/2 cup
Cinnamon Powder - 1/4 teaspoon
Nutmeg Powder - a pinch
Salt - a pinch
Curd - 2 tablespoon
Baking Powder - 11/4 teaspoon
Milk - 1 or 2 tablespoon



Procedure

1. Peel the bananas and take them in a blender and make smooth puree.
2. Take the puree in a mixing bowl and add sugar into it. Mix well.
3. Next add refined oil and curd into the bowl and beat well.
4. In another bowl sieve flour, salt, cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder and baking powder altogether.
5. Now fold the flour mixture with the wet mixture.
6. Add milk at this time as per the requirement.
7. Line a loaf tin with a butter paper and pour the batter in the loaf tin.
8. Now bake it in a preheated oven at 160 degree C for 40 to 45 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
9. Allow to cool it and un-mould the cake and cut it using a sharp knife.



14 comments:

  1. This is one awesome loaf!! Banana cakes are always the best!!

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  2. Amrita I LL be sure to make this when I buy an oven. I am somehow attracted to simple cakes than these cream loaded ones. The flavour and taste will be straight and mellow and gives me complete satisfaction of eating a piece. Awesome

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  3. Mine always gets converted into banana cake or bread but since the kids don't like it, I try to buy little banana and finish eating it before it gets too overripe... would love to have a couple of slices of that delicious bread with my cup of tea...

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  4. The cake texture seems really good... i love banana cake and can have it anytime with anything.. this cake looks divine

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  5. I love a banana bread and absolutely loving the idea of making it eggless. Lovely recipe, Amrita.

    Anu
    http://www.mygingergarlickitchen.com/

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  6. Banana bread looks so soft and delicious, can have a slice anytime..

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  7. I often make this cake..love the smell including banana comes out from the cake..it look super..texture is too good

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  8. Awesome cake and the idea behind it... lovely...

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  9. eggless butterless banana loaf cake - wow. I have never tried eggless with banana but makes sense as banana itself is a egg substitute! I don't have oven yet, but I bake breads and cakes - only thing it takes more time! Very neat pics amrita.

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  10. What a great use of leftover bananas, yummy.

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  11. Priya @asmallbite
    I love it very much as it is eggless,brilliant idea to make use of bananas.

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  12. Awesome , delicious and eay to prepare cake:)

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  13. Wow, this is eggless and butter less, that sounds great.

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