Saturday, 27 August 2011

Banana Coconut Loaf Cake

What better to do with left-over bananas than to make a banana-based caked?

I bought a bunch of bananas the other day to put on top of pancakes with Nutella and had a few left over. Wanting to use them all before they go rotten and wasted, I found this lovely recipe in 'frame>by>frame baking' cookbook - Banana Coconut Loaf Cake.


The ingredients used in baking this cake was almost minimal and the recipe was absolutely easy to follow as they were showed step by step in photos!

Cake Mixture ready to bake

After baking in the oven for an hour, the loaf cake has risen, was firm and brown and emitted a really fragrant smell of banana and coconut!

Cake Cooling

Banana Coconut Loaf Cake

Then, I sprinkled some dessicated coconut over the cake after it was completely cooled.

Slices of cake

The cake looks amazing and the smell of it makes it even more irresistable hence I could not wait to taste it.

I like banana cakes and adding coconut to it makes it even more amazing! The sweetness of ripe banana and fragrance of dessicated coconut was a perfect match! The loaf cake being an in-between of cake and bread was delicious on its own, but it can be even nicer served with a nice big dollop of clotted cream!

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