Abundant bananas at my home is a very common issue.
Somehow or rather, these bananas are always left untouched... and so here I have, another rice cooker cake.
These Banana Cake are simply awesome.
I have added some desiccated coconut into it and it's simply delicious.
This banana cake did not last us longer, we have finished it within 2 days.
Surprisingly, these banana cakes are wonderful, completed with an extreme soft & fluffy texture.
And for those of you who fancy a little twist of the coconut flavor, you get it all in this banana cake.
My colleague is surprised that this banana cake is baked via a rice cooker, and he has doubts about it.. He tried a slice during tea time, and reverted back to me that this banana cake is GOOD!!! He has even asked me to make more for him... Hahaha...
Enjoy this awesome cake with a cup of tea during tea time ^_^
Banana Cake with Desiccated Coconut ▪ Rice Cooker Cake
150g plain flour, sieved
2 tsp baking powder, sieved
100g mashed banana
5g desiccated coconut
1. Whisk the butter and the sugar on high speed until you get a light & fluffy texture.
2. Add in 1 egg at a time, and beat until well combined.
3. Add in the sieved flour mixture, mix well. Fold in the mashed banana and desiccated coconut, combined well.
4. Pour the batter into the greased RC pot, and select "BAKE" on your RC.
*It took my RC about 45 mins to bake this cake.
This is the Panasonic RC I am using.
This time I have used my RC pot to bake the cake.
This batter had given me about a 1.5-inch tall cake height. For those of you who have a smaller rice cooker pot, this recipe will give you a higher height, whereas those of you with the same 10-cup RC pot as me, you can doubled up the portion or use a cake pan or paper mould.
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For my previous posts on Rice Cooker Cakes: