Vegan Baked Banana Cakes Recipe. Super Moist!

in ecoTrain4 days ago (edited)


If someone asks what my recipe is my mother's favorite? I would say "Baked Banana Cakes without eggs."


My mother happily always says “Oh this is so soft cake! What's the secret of your recipe? "

I just smile, and I don't have any secrets for my recipe. :)

So when we have plenty of bananas from the garden, my mom always asks me to make Baked Banana Cakes.

I will share a simple recipe for you. Very simple, and without the hassle of working with a mixer, just a typical hand whisk.



  • 200 grams of ripe bananas, mashed with a fork.
  • 250 grams of all-purpose flour
  • 50 grams of sugar or coconut sugar with smooth textures
  • 180 grams of margarine/vegan butter, melted
  • 65 ml of thick coconut milk
  • 1 tsp of baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp of vanilla
  • a pinch of salt
  • Optional: 1 tsp of ground cinnamon

How to make

  • Step 1
    Take a flour filter. Then sieve the flour with baking powder, salt, vanilla powder, and ground cinnamon. Then mix well using a whisk.

  • Step
    Melt margarine/vegan butter. Then add sugar/coconut sugar and coconut milk. Mix well with a whisk. Then, add mashed banana. Mix well again.

  • Step 3
    After the margarine, sugar, and coconut milk are evenly mixed, then pour it into the dry dough mixture. Stir well.

  • Step 4
    Pour into the baking tray that has been prepared beforehand. Then add the topping of the banana slices.

  • Step 5
    Bake at 185 Celsius for 30-35 minutes. Prick with a toothpick if you are unsure of the doneness of the cake. If the toothpick is still wet and sticky, it means it takes extra time to bake. The cake is done when the toothpick is clean when it is inserted into the center of the dough.
NOTE: If you see that the dough is still juicy, there is a lot of margarine/vegan butter liquid on the surface of the dough, that's fine. You can remove the liquid with a spoon at the last minute before removing it. Place the dough for a few more minutes in the oven after you remove the liquid over the dough.

  • Step 6
    Lift, remove from the mold.

  • Step 7

Sprinkle with sugar powder if desired. This is only optional.

  • Step 8
    Cut according to taste and serve!

You can't refuse the smell of banana cakes fresh from the oven. :)


And when the soft texture of the cake touches your tongue, you will know that happiness is simple and happiness is homemade. :)



Hi, @anggreklestari your post have been randomly piked by @text2speech
below is the link to the audio version of your post hope you will and other users will enjoy this.

audio of the post

this is an introduction post have a looks and know more about this account.

Introduction video

Hi @anggreklestari, your post has been upvoted by @bdcommunity courtesy of @rehan12!

Support us by voting as a Hive Witness and/or by delegating HIVE POWER.

20 HP50 HP100 HP200 HP300 HP500 HP1000 HP


Very nice cake! I would have to try this one day!

Do you have to crush the banana before mixing with the flour?!

Ah yeah I forget about to write it! Yeah add mashed banana into marganin+sugar+coconut milk mixture in the Step 2 😊

Oh! Good to know!! You could edit the recipe for me. Thank you very much.

Thank you for sharing this amazing post on HIVE!
  • Your content got selected by our fellow curator @priyanarc & you just received a little thank you via an upvote from our non-profit curation initiative!

  • You will be featured in one of our recurring curation compilations and on our pinterest boards! Both are aiming to offer you a stage to widen your audience within and outside of the DIY scene of hive.

Join the official DIYHub community on HIVE and show us more of your amazing work and feel free to connect with us and other DIYers via our discord server!

If you want to support our goal to motivate other DIY/art/music/homesteading/... creators just delegate to us and earn 100% of your curation rewards!

Stay creative & hive on!