This Father’s Day we bring you some special posts. Yesterday, you read “ON OCCASION OF FATHER’S DAY: OPEN LETTER TO THE FATHER OF MY KIDS“…
Tomorrow is Father’s Day and we bring you some quick and very tasty recipes!! Sarika – our guest writer, wonderful mom of 2 and recipe-maker shares with us Father’s Day Special Recipe of Walnut Banana Cake. Over to Sarika…
Happy Father’s day to all the wonderful strong supportive Fathers in the world. Fathers are the most important person in their children’s lives and it is seen that Father’s presence, love, care and effort makes a big impact on their children as they grow up to be strong and confident person.
Fathers are considered to be the backbone of a family. I lost my Father when i was very young so who better than me can understand the importance of Father in any daughter’s life. ” May you rest in peace papa, I miss you”.
With my Father’s blessings which always stays with me and by the grace of god I found a very strong, supportive, and caring father figure in the form my father-in-law. He has filled the gap of father in my life. Happy Father’s day Papaji, wish you a long and healthy life.
In today’s era Fathers job is similar to mothers in terms of providing care to their children. My both daughters really look up to their Dad as their hero.For each and every tiny problem they first run to him or call him as if he is a magician and can fix any problem in a blink of eye. They always rely on their father for almost everything. At the same time they try their best to make him happy and proud Father by their small little acts. This bond is adorable.
So this time on the ocassion of Father’s Day, they are up to plenty of pleasant surprises for him. Celebration started by baking his favorite Walnut Banana Cake obviously with my help.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking time : 30 minutes
2 Ripe Bananas
100 gm Butter (Melted )
1 cup Plain Flour
1 cup Caster Sugar
1/2 tsp Baking Soda
1 tsp Baking Powder
1/2 tsp Salt
1 tbsp Vanilla Extract/Essence
1/2 cup Walnuts
5 Easy Steps to bake Walnut Banana Cake
1. Preheat the oven at 175° C or 350° F.
2. Sift plain flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt together in a bowl. add caster sugar and walnuts and mix all the ingredients until it combined. keep this dry ingredients mixture bowl aside.
3. In another bowl peel 2 ripe bananas and gently mash them with fork, add vanilla extract, 2 beaten eggs and melted butter.Stir well and pour this wet mixture into dry mixture bowl and mix until incorporate.
4. Now transfer the mixture into greased loaf tin and bake for 25 – 30 minutes. Check by inserting the tooth pic into cake, if it comes out clean its done.
5. Remove the tin from oven and allow it cool completely by transferring it to wire rack. Slice and serve warm. ENJOY !
24 thoughts on “What’s cooking this Father’s Day? On our menu is this yummylicious recipe…”
should try your recipe and change the nuts to chocolate chips instead! thanks for sharing!
they say food is the way to a man’s heart right? it’s great to cook for the father of your kids for sure
It’s been a while since I have done any baking – i will keep this for future reference!
Nice recipe sharing ~ Is a nice way to convey love to your dad ..i will try to this to my dad ~haha
The recipe ain’t too hard to follow, will try make one since I like cake as well 🙂
Wow that’s a great and lovely way to celebrate father’s day. No need fancy dinner, my dad would appreciate some home cooked and healthy meal.
I love banana cakesssss! Guess i should give a try with the recipes hehe
wow…thanks for sharing…will share with my friend who love this cake..hehe
Thanks for sharing this recipe! I love to eat banana cake so much and I do wish to make one for my family too :3
don’t have a pair of baking hands. but would love to try this, seems quite easy. wish me luck!
It has been so long time I have not eaten any banana cake! Thanks for the recipe. It’s time to bake it myself!
The recipe look easy to follow. Thanks for sharing this. I can bake this for raya.. hehe
Thanks for the sharing! Never been able to official celebrate father’s day after divorce. But I always wanted to try baking for people I love =D
Great recipe! I would like to try a slice of it please. =D
happy fathers day, to all dads, me as well 😛
Thanks for the yummy recipe. Looks like a fairly simple one that the kid could help out too.
Doesn’t look too tough to bake. Now, I just need to find the time to indulge in baking.
wow!! I like the cakes! look so yummy :))
banana cake is my favorite tea time snack! hope you had a good Father’s day!
Hehehhe I’m sure their dad loved it!
Bonding time are always the great time to spend, glad to see that!
Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Now I can try it out whenever I feel like baking.
Always love a simple recipe that doesn’t require dozens of ingredients.
Thanks for the recipes . i love that so much
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