My little 3 year old boy Josh has recently started playschool. This morning before we left the house to go to school he asked me if we could have a picnic party. I told him we couldn’t because we’d be late but I promised him we do it after school. He finishes school at 12:30 and keeping him and my 2 year old busy for the rest of the day is a daily mission. I had a look around to see what we could do. Josh has been playing Masterchef a lot recently so I figured they might enjoy baking something with mammy. There were 3 over ripe bananas in the kitchen so the obvious solution was to bake a banana cake. They were so excited when I told them we were going to bake a cake. We were all set to go when I realised we had no eggs. I knew that the lack of eggs wasn’t going to convince them that we couldn’t bake so I did my best with the ingredients I had available. When the mixture was ready I couldn’t find a loaf tin so we used a Bundt cake tin. The Bundt tin shape made it all more exciting for them, shape matters.
How to make an Eggless Banana Bread in a Bundt cake tin
225g Self-raising flour
100 ml vegetable oil
1 tsp cinnamon
2 tbsp baking Powder
- Preheat oven to 190C.
- Mashed the peeled bananas with a fork.
- Mix well with oil and sugar.
- Add the flour, baking powder and cinnamon well.
- Add some chopped almonds or any other nuts if using.
- Bake in a greased Bundt Cake Tin for 30 minutes.