NE1 got a really really really moist banana cake

purplegoanna, Feb 12, 2:24am
recipe.i loathe banana cake because i find it so dry and you seem to need a cuppa to wash it down.anyone got a light fluffy recipe! (pre one with oil as i find butter drys cakes out) ive got bananas coming out my ears.

purplegoanna, Feb 12, 2:27am
may try this one SOUR CREAM BANANA CAKE: easy peasy --3 eggs, 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup oil, 3/4cup sour cream, 3 - 4 overipe bananas -- Beat well -- add 2 cups flour 1and 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp baking soda. Mix well. Bake 170C for 1 hour.

poppy5791, Feb 12, 4:29am
grate an apple into the mixture

linette1, Feb 12, 4:33am
I have come across this one recently but haven't tried it yet.

Aunty Woof’s BananaBread
developed after 20 years of trial and error. (one of the best.)
Mix together: 2 ripe bananas, smashed
1/4 cup orange juice1/4 cup vegetable oil
2 eggs2/3 cup sugar
Add:1 1/2 cups flour,2 teaspoons baking powder,pinch salt
Stir in:1 cup chopped walnuts., try not to over-mix.BAKE 70 minutes in oiled loaf pan at 180 C/350°F.Let rest for 10 minutes. Remove from pan and let cool on wire rack.
I would keep am eye on it as baking for 70 mins seems rather a long time.

sarahb5, Feb 12, 9:01am
Annabel Langbein's has been the most successful for me - makes a huge cake which keeps really well although I do keep mine in the fridge because of the icing and time of year!id=255

-paradisefound-, Feb 12, 9:02am
Use the usual Edmonds recipe but add a tub of natural or vanilla yoghurt.
So soft, moist and delicious.

purplegoanna, Feb 13, 5:57am
got the sourcream one in the oven.looking good so far.very good.

gardie, Feb 13, 6:54am
I've got one in the oven too but didn't have sour cream so used yoghurt instead and I put a spot of pineapple oil into it.Smells delicious.

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