How do you make a moist and fluffy banana cake?

For months, I've been trying out a lot of recipes for the best banana pie, and that's it. This simple banana cake recipe only requires six () ingredients. It's full of bananas, very moist, sweet, soft and absolutely delicious. This simple recipe requires very simple steps that anyone can do at home.

This recipe produces a very soft and moist cake, so you won't have a dry cake if you store it overnight. This recipe has just 318 calories per serving. I make this best banana cake on a regular basis. I add coarsely ground walnuts to the bottom of the cake pan to make them a little crunchy.

Thank you for your amazing cake recipe. Could you write me how to use almond flour or oatmeal for this recipe? Thank you very much, darling, I have 2 overripe bananas in the fridge and I was looking for a banana cake recipe. I found this page and it's the first time I've tried this recipe. I baked it in a chiffon cake pan and it turned out great.

This recipe makes a very light and airy cake. Thanks Bee for the recipe ???? Save my name, email and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This recipe is not my grandmother's banana pie recipe. It comes from the Taste of Home Test Kitchen.

I prepared it more than 10 years ago for Thanksgiving and now all my family members do it. This would be my banana pie recipe from now on. I just made this and it's delicious, fluffy and moist. I'll add raisins next time and see how it goes.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. I never had luck with Banana Cake. You could bounce mine against a wall, but this one is special. I have done two and they are simply.

It's the only recipe I'll be using for banana pie from now on. If you prefer less frosting, you can cut the frosting ingredients in half. This cake only needs a few simple pantry ingredients, meaning it can be prepared on the go. To prepare this cake, I usually use 3 bowls (2 medium, 26 and 1 large) and a hand mixer.

The 2 medium bowls are for mashing the bananas and mixing the dry ingredients. The larger bowl is for whipping together the butter and sugars and combining all the wet ingredients. Then, the contents of the medium bowls will be poured into the large bowl where the cake is attached. The best thing about this banana cake recipe is that you can make it with whole wheat flour or white wheat flour.

If you use a yellow (or worse yet, green) banana in your cake, not only will it not have as much flavor, but it will be much drier. I love a good banana cake, it just reminds me of when I was a child because my grandfather and grandmother made the BEST banana cupcakes. This super moist banana cake is topped with a spicy cream cheese frosting as a dessert or as an afternoon pick-me-up that's impossible to beat. On the other hand, you have to be careful not to add too much banana, as it can make the cake quite gummy.

I had only been blogging for a few months at the time, but this banana cake has remained one of my favorite recipes for more than a decade. The first is a cake prepared with banana as the main ingredient and does not contain nuts in the recipe. If you have some bananas that are getting too golden and you're looking for something a little more than your regular banana bread, I have the recipe for you. This is a banana cake that I also enjoy only without nuts or icing to highlight the softer texture.

However, I must use the word wet throughout this post because, well, there's really no other way to describe this banana cake.

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