Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Banana Blueberry Cake

Over-riped banana is very common in our house, hence this gives me opportunity to read on baking blogs and Q&A food forums.

There are lot of help-tips available and so many banana cake recipes that i've copied down (and yes, i'm still using pen and paper to write down notes instead of print it out or the store-in method) along the way from many cake baking lovers (thanks for sharing :) )

I've baked banana cake before, it is the warm weather that keeps me away from my oven.

But this time, i baked on impluse !

There is this one baking blog that i like to visit - Bakericious. I like the moist and soft banana cake she baked, and a little "oh.....that's was so sweet of her husband" story behind it.

My banana blueberry cake looked different from hers, as i'd only self-raising flour in my fridge instead of the plain flour in her recipe (no baking soda and baking powder was added too), also i omited the vanilla essence and cut down on the sugar amount as those over-riped banana gave the cake its original sweetness and its own fragrant.

I reduced the amount for the salted butter too as to cater to amount of the self-raising flour that was left over from the last bake.

Meanwhile, i hope the weather will be less humid and not so warm for me to bake (again) i love to see Jayne and her daddy delighted smiling face when they eat the bite-sized banana blueberry cake snack last evening.


Oiyi said...

Banana and blueberry cake sounds great! I always throw over ripe bananas in the freezer. That way, you can always make banana bread at any time.

Mylene said...

That looks delicious!!

Ruinwen said...

Mmmm that really looks yummy! :)

dustinac said...


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Carolyn said...

Looks delicious! Yum!!!
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