I have no idea why I’ve never tried making apple and banana cake before!
I have them both in my fruit basket on a daily basis but I’ve never thought of putting them together until today. I can tell you one thing though – now I have tried an apple and banana cake, we’ll definitely be having it more often because it’s delicious.
Banana and Apple Cake Squares
225g softened butter
3 mashed bananas (mine were on the small side so I needed 3 but I’d say 2 would be OK ususally)
1 apple grated (I dabbed mine with some kitchen roll so it wasn’t too wet)
1 capful of Vanilla essence
125g self raising flour
3 teaspoons cinnamon (more of less to taste is fine)
This recipe genuinely could not be easier!
Preheat your oven to around 180 c
Mix together the butter, egg, banana, apple and vanilla essence until it’s all combined.
In another bowl combine the flour, sugar and cinnamon.
Gradually add the flour, sugar and cinnamon to the other bowl, making sure that it’s all mixed together.
Keep on beating the mix for a few minutes.
Add the mix to a baking tin (I used a silcone one) and bake in the over for around an hour.
It is a very moist cake and when I got mine out of the oven, I thought it was a bit of a cake fail as it was still quite squidgy but I left it to cool and then cut it into squares and it’s delicious!
And if you still have some apples left, check out these apple recipes too!
Now, next on my list are these gorgeous looking red velvet cupcakes.…
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