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May 5, 2015

Banana Pudding Cake

Mix and bake ! Easy as that and this, delicious, moist, Banana Pudding Cake is done - can be served cold or warm

Need a tea time treat or dessert in a hurry ? Then this Banana Pudding Cake is perfect - mix, bake, cool and lightly dust with Icing Sugar and you are ready to serve this delight.

What I also like is that this Cake can be served cold or warm, which makes it the ideal treat or dessert for both Summer and Winter.

The Banana Cake is deliciously moist, super-soft, and so rich ! Normally a dessert, well, most desserts anyway, never lasts more than a day with my family, but this is a cake which you only need a thin slice at one time, and even after we had seconds, I still had some leftover for the following day.

Another one of those cakes, which only gets better the longer it stands !

Mix and bake ! Easy as that and this, delicious, moist, Banana Pudding Cake is done - can be served cold or warm

I used quite a bit of mashed Banana in this recipe, which adds most of the moistness, but if you prefer a lighter, less rich cake, you can half the Banana to half a cup.

You can also play around with the smoothness of the mashed Banana, I like it anywhere in between, not too smooth, but also not lumpy. It is really a personal choice.

Banana Pudding Cake

12 Servings

INGREDIENTS:

2 cups Self-Raising Flour
1 1/2 cups Caster Sugar
Pinch Salt
1 box Banana Instant Pudding
4 Large Eggs
1 cup Water
1/4 cup Vegetable Oil
1 cup Banana, mashed

Icing Sugar, to dust

DIRECTIONS:

1.) Pre-heat the oven to 180 deg C (350 deg F) - spray a bundt pan with cooking oil or grease well.
2.) Place all the ingredients, except the Icing Sugar, in a large mixing bowl - beat on medium until just combined - pour batter into the prepared pan and bake 50 - 55 minutes or until a tester comes out clean.
3.) Leave to cool in the pan for 5 minutes, turn out onto a cooling rack.

Dust with Icing Sugar just before serving, especially when serving warm. Keep leftover Cake in a sealed container.

Mix and bake ! Easy as that and this, delicious, moist, Banana Pudding Cake is done - can be served cold or warm

13 comments:

  1. My husband's birthday is coming up and this would be one cake he would greatly appreciate.

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  2. I've been craving banana pudding lately which is a weird craving for me. This looks yummy. Maybe my son or husband will make this for Mother's Day?? Aw who am I kidding. I'll just make it for myself. Great recipe!

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  3. This cake looks awesome, so moist and yummy!

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  4. This cake looks beautifully moist and so delicious!

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  5. What a perfect cake for Mother's Day Linda. Sharing all around.

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  6. I can see yummy-ness all over this cake!

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  7. oh wow, doesn't get much easier and I'm sure it tastes equally delicious!

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  8. It sure is easy. Thanks for a great recipe Linda.

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  9. Your cake looks perfectly cooked - so moist.

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  10. This has got to be one of my favorite cake favors!! Pinning!!

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  11. Yum! My boys would be all over this, Linda!

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  12. What size box of Banana Pudding? And what is Caster sugar?

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    1. It is the 4 serving size and caster sugar is also called granulated sugar in some countries. Caster Sugar is finer than plain sugar but not as fine as powdered sugar which is used for icing cakes etc (replying here as your e-mail is not attached to your comment)

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