03 May 2013


Banana cake has become my all time favorite now a day... To tell you exactly, I tasted banana walnut cake in Bengawan solo for the first time... The cake was so spongy and tasty… And when mom came here I got one for her to taste and she just loved it... And weekly once we get a cake and finish off in no time... The cake has a great banana flavor and goes well for breakfast or tea time snack...
I planned to bake this cake long back... But whenever I get banana I keep postponing and finally last week I baked it for one reason and the reason is I said my FIL to get banana when he comes back from his walk... But I totally forgot that I have informed him, and I got Bananas when I went to fair price...I usually buy small banana I feel they r tastier than the long one. So had loads of banana to ripe at the same time, and finally ended up in baking the healthier version of loaf... With wheat flour, soy milk, honey and walnuts all together works so well and loaf was so yummy…


Dry Ingredients:
Wheat flour - 1 cup
Baking soda - 1/2 tsp
Baking powder - 1/2 tsp
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Walnuts - 3/4 cup

Wet Ingredients:
Soya milk - 1/8 cup
Mashed banana - 1&1/8 cup
Olive oil - 3 tbs
Honey - 4 tbs
Vanilla extract - 1/2 tsp


Choose very ripe banana mash the banana well and mean while Pre heat  oven to 175°C,then  mix in all the wet ingredients set a said,then swift dry ingredients except walnuts at least twice so that it's incorporated well. 

Then make a dent in dry ingredients add in all the wet ingredients and mix in well do not over mix gently fold and cut,then mix in the chopped walnuts and reserve some for sprinkling on top. 

Take a loaf pan grease the sides and bottom with olive oil and dust in with wheat flour and tap out the excess,then pour in batter and sprinkle the reserved walnuts and bake it for 30-40 mins.And keep checking after 32 min,when the tooth pick inserted comes out clean.Allow to cool down for ten mins and carefully demold the loaf.

Best served when warm and enjoy with your break fast or as a tea time snack


Mash the banana when your about to mix in the wet with dry,i did a mistake so my banana became dark.And choose very ripe banana that adds in more flavor to the cake. 

Adding walnuts is purely optional you can replace it with any nuts and you can skip it also.I wished to use soya milk so its optional you can replace it with whole or skimmed milk also.

After adding in batter gently tap the loaf pan so that if any air blocks will be set.Grease the loaf nicely this will help to de mold the loaf easily. 

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  1. Very lovely, soft and delicious banana loaf...
    Thanks for sharing Revathi...

  2. i feel to grab all those slices...grt recipe

  3. Soft and moist banana bread.. Looks delicious..

  4. Wow...moist and nutty..Loved this Revathi..Just indulge.

  5. Its a healthy loaf indeed and looks really delicious :)

  6. yummy n inviting.. bookmarked try out soon....

  7. yummy super moist bread..

  8. Perfectly made bread loaf.. Looks delicious and beautiful presentation..

  9. moist and spongy banana loaf with awesome clicks.

  10. i love using banana's in bread...wonderful recipe without egg dear

  11. Aren't banana breads the best...even i love them and and made one with a hidden surprise once :-) urs looks moist n yummy...thanks for stopping by ;-)

  12. Love the loaf feel like taking some right away,that nut crushing makes it yummy.

  13. I love how dense this loaf looks! Great texture.

  14. I just love banana cake I can finish up all myself :)

    1. Same goes here...will clean up my plate in no min

  15. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comments !! Love your blog too it is so wonderful...I am your new follower now :) This loaf looks so tasty and well baked one !!


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