FREE Recipe @ Banana Cake

This is the first time I placed a recipe in my blog . It is a simple and easy way to prepare this banana cake. There have been few requeusts from my readers asking me to post recipe. I hope this recipe will help you in baking a delicious banana butter cake.


  1. 450 g baking flour (baking powder)
  2. 4 eggs
  3. 6 oz sugar
  4. 225 g butter
  5. 1/2 cup warm water
  6. 1 tea spoon condensed milk
  7. 4 pieces of fragrant bananas
  8. 1 tea spoon banana essence
  9. pinch of salt

First, sift the flour and the salt to ensure a finer texture.

Second, use a mixer to beat the butter and sugar until it turns white.

Next, crush the bananas using a fork (if you don’t have better tools).

Mix warm water with condensed milk and banana essence in a separate cup.

After that, beat the eggs and place them one by one into the mixer which contains butter and sugar.

This is then followed by crushed bananas which are slowly poured into the mixer as well.

Add in the baking powder slowly in stages to have a smooth and thorough mixture.

Add in the warm water with condensed milk, it is not necessary to pour in the entire cup. It is entirely up to your own judgement.

After you are done with the last step, you can remove it from the mixer and stir it again manually. Follow the direction when stirring and do not change the movement from clockwise to anti-clockwise and vice-versa.

Once done, all the ingredients can be moved to the mould laid with baking paper and some butter.

There are many ovens out there. For mine I am using this “UFO” type of oven that is blowing hot air from top to bottom. If you are using this oven, you need to warm it up for 10 munites. Bake the cake for 50 minutes over the heat of 90’C and let it “huat”! (means rise).

To test if the cake is well baked, the easiest way is to use a thin stick over the cake to feel if the texture is still moist.

If everything goes fine. You will get yourself a delicious banana cake!

33 thoughts on “FREE Recipe @ Banana Cake”

  1. cariso, I think u can made better cake than me.

    allie, next time u let me know when we meet up I try to make one for u 🙂

    will, actually the cake shouldn’t be crack one but I notice that now is CNY is will be great if the cake is HUAT AH! hahaha

  2. zerrin, the baking powder included the flour + rising powder. They were sold in a box in hypermarket usually.

    Ken, thanks. When are you going to come out with recipe?

  3. wow…. baking banana cake. Next time remember to bake for us wor….. lol I will try your banana cake receipe when I am free as my mum and cousin are banana cake lovers. lol Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  4. NKOTB, is 14″ of mould only this is a small cake, btw the crack is because of the baking power, cause I had manually addin a bit more of rising powder.

    Duo dishes, is a mixture of bread and cake 🙂

    Food Paradise, you are most welcome. Next time your turn to share cake recepie so I can keep my recepie improve

  5. is ur 450 g baking powder = 450g self raising flour? as what i know self raising flour contain of baking powder and plain flour. so not too sure bout ur term of “baking powder”, mind to explain? will try ur recipe one day. and happy to know that u bake also…hehe.

  6. hi Ah Shui, the 450g flour is mean 450g self rasing powder. Hope you love the recepie and we might share out your recepie too next time we meet 🙂

  7. Hi there, will try it when free. But look back at your recipe, you need 450g of baking powder?? Are you sure??

  8. May i know where do u bought ur this oven as u use to do the banana cake one ? I wanted this oven for so long . but i couldnt find it.

  9. humm… ah bee, that is a good question. It was bought by my mum and the brand is “IONA”, the rest I am not sure. Sorry about the limited info provided

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