going bananas

May 1, 2007 at 7:47 pm | Posted in Cakes, Fruit | 12 Comments

i caught sight of a very lonely banana in the kitchen yesterday, so i decided to make mini banana cupcakes. i’ve been waiting to try this recipe, and it turned out excellent. easily the best banana cake i’ve ever tried. (i hope those who try this agree!) it’s very fluffy and moist. the only thing i’d recommend is increasing the amount of banana – you can never have too much fruit!



next time i’d make it in the larger cases and pipe a dollop of cream cheese frosting. that’ll be the bomb.



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  1. oh weeee!
    you’ve got my heart racing with the banana post!

    tomorrow, banana cake for tea.

  2. yippeedoo! 😀

  3. oh my! you are able to finish the lot? how long can they be kept? 🙂

  4. kris: haha i shared it. it’s mini by the way, so you’ll have no problem eating many. for me that is. :p at room temp i think it shd be able to keep for 2-3 days. if it’s chilled, it can be kept longer.

  5. yummmmph? [:

  6. i wanna b ure friend just so u bake all this yummy looking goodies for me!huahua!=)

  7. dayah: hehe yumyum alright.

    titi: hahaha i’ll take that as a compliment!

  8. btw.how much dyou charge for a blueberry cheesecake? im craving for some cheese!
    n durian.(kayy.dats so random)=)

  9. how did u manage to keep the cakes stuck to their cups? everytime i make cupcakes, some of their cups will just hang out like loose skin. its really unsightly.

  10. julie: i’m afraid i don’t know the answer to that. i experienced that a couple of times too.

  11. as mentioned on blog, baked goodies wanted for picnic! if you have any to spare i’m more than happy to buy them off you. 😀 lemme know, you got the number. 🙂

  12. i tried the same recipe and i added 2 more bananas than the original recipe and my cake ended up too starchy, dry and heavy! =((( Maybe u’d like to be careful about extra banana helpings…

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