What a wonderful way to use ripe bananas! And the oatmeal adds some extra fibre.
An easy mess-free treat that only requires a few minutes of prep time. Just adds your cake ingredients to your blender, mix, place in a prepared pan, and bake!
Something sweet yet healthy, the oats and brown sugar taste great in this cake that provides you with a lot of proteins and fibres. It’s perfect for a healthy busy day snack cake with no refined flour!
You can eat it as a dessert, breakfast, brunch, or snack. It’s healthy very dense and chewy but also moist and flavourful.
Enjoy this cake cold, at room temperature or warmed, with or without ice cream and /or whipped cream.
- 2 Egg
- ¼ cup Oil
- 2 Banana - (riped)
- ½ cup Brown sugar
- 125 g Oat - (125g=1 1/3 cup)
- ½ tbsp Baking powder
- 1 Banana - (cut in slices to put in the bottom of the pan)
- 1/4 tsp Cinnamon
- 1/2 cup Cashew - (chopped - or Brazilian nuts)
- 1/2 cup Raisin
- 1/2 cup Chocolate - (chips or small pieces to taste)
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- Peel bananas.
- Using a Blender Beat the eggs, Banana, Brown Sugar and oil.
- Add the mixed liquid to a Mixing Bowl. Add Oat through mixture and Whisk until well combined.
- Add the Baking Powder and slowly mix it.
- Preheat the oven to 180–190°C (350–375°F). Grease with Cooking Spray and flour a Fluted Tube/Bundt Pan.
- Pour the optionais (if using any) into the prepared Tube Cake pan. Or mix with the batter. And them the batter.
- Bake for about 30 min or until the cake is lightly golden and a toothpick or Cake Tester inserted into the center comes out clean
- Cool completely before running a knife between cake and pan, and unmolding onto a platter. Unmolding hot can crumble everything.
- Cake can be served warm, cold or room temperature, with or without lightly sweetened whipped cream and/or vanilla ice cream.
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