I had an excess and I do mean 8 over-ripe bananas. I'd made muffins, all-bran loaf with bananas of course and finally searched this one out. I do put the minimum bananas into my recipes, otherwise the DH gets indigestion. This one was good and so easy.
BLENDER BANANA CAKE
Preheat oven 180oC/350oF
7 1/2 ozs/210g/1 1/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 8oz/225g/1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt About 3 fully ripe bananas (to make 1 cup puree) 8fl ozs/250mls vegetable oil 2 eggs
Grease a 9x9x2 inch/23cmx23cmx5cm baking pan.
Sift flour, sugar, baking soda, and salt into a medium-size bowl. Set aside.
Whirl bananas in container of electric blender to make 1 cup puree. Add oil and eggs; whirl until well blended. Pour banana mixture all at once into dry ingredients; mix just until blended. Pour into prepared pan; rap on table to remove any large bubbles.
Bake for 45 minutes or until centre springs back when lightly pressed with fingertip. Cool in pan on wire rack
From: Recipelink.com Source: Family Circle magazine, February 15, 1983
I want to encourage youngsters (male or female) to get into the kitchen and enjoy cooking. TASTE it!
The Blender Banana Cake is really good and soooooo easy to make. I'm in favour of any recipe that gives good results with minimum effort.
PS, Until I joined Nancy's newsletter, it never occurred to me to freeze bananas. Now I buy a bunch and whenever they produce brown spots, I mash them up and freeze them. Take them out of the freezer the night before you plan to use them.