Now that I have your attention, I'll confess that I'm baking baby cakes, not baby humans.
want to see how it went?
okay then...I visited my daughter K and noticed a few bananas getting a bit over ripe on her table. I suggested she make banana cake. She said she was planning a different sort of cake (triple berry upside down cake), and suggested I take the bananas home.
No, great idea!
So here's how the day went:
First, prepare your pans.
Then assemble your ingredients...
Set your oven at 190*C. Mine is fan forced, so I set it at 180*C
Add the egg to the creamed butter/sugar, and mix well.
alternately mix in the flours and the yoghurt/banana mix, stir just enough to combine.
Spoon mixture into prepared pans
and bake until golden brown and a skewer comes out clean.
Normally I just do one loaf pan and it takes around a half an hour or so.
But I had the new small loaf pans to try out,
They're a nice snack size like this and I wrapped each one individually and froze them for a later date.
I sliced the big one and had a slice for afternoon tea and froze the rest.
This is a cake that freezes really well and thaws reasonably quickly. It keeps for a couple of months.
Maybe it would keep longer without freezer burn, but I've usually eaten it within the couple of months, so I'll never know.
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