Friday, April 11, 2008

Apple & Bananacake are two of my last baked cakes. First an apple-cake, just chopped apple on an ordinary sponge mixture. Extra on top: small pieces of mint chocoloate - here: after eight. This is just one of my experiments, and it's really good, but I have to take more the next time.

The other one is a banana-cake after an old danish recipe, or better from an old danish cookbook.
This recipe is one of my favorites, since the cake does not get too soft, what happens with bananas very often. Here the translated recipe for those who can deal with metric measurements:

Ingredients: 3 eggs, 170 g sugar, 2 tsp vanilla sugar, 125 g flour, 1 tsp baking powder, 100 g cooled down melted butter, 1-2 smashed bananas, 100 g dark chocolate coating

Beat eggs, sugar and vanilla sugar until it's a creamy consistence. Then add flour, baking powder and butter alternately. Finally add bananas carefully. The mixture will be relatively thin.
Fill in form and bake for ca. 55 min with 175°C in fan oven.

Remove cake from form and after it cooled down coat it with chocolate.

Bon Appetit!!!

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