The Banana Pudding Cake That You Won't Be Able to Stop Thinking About

Are you ready to go bananas? Our featured recipe is for this beautiful Banana Pudding Cake That You Won't Be Able to Stop Thinking About. Bananas are one of the best-tasting fruits in the world. They might not be as exciting as pomegranates or as pretty as strawberries, but bananas are widely appreciated for their smooth sweetness, high potassium content and low caloric count, and their, albeit fragile, self-packaging. This wonderful recipe takes that old tried tested and true banana bread recipe and turns it on it's head, creating a banana cake recipe that is bursting with sweetness. If you have some ripe, frozen bananas you have been waiting to use in a recipe than get them ready, because this is the perfect recipe to use a couple of them! Bananas are such a great fruit that goes with practically any other fruit. They can be added in fruit salad recipes and smoothie recipes for some added natural sweetness and some creamy texture. Or, they can be the perfect snack to bring along with you as you go about your day, or to take along for a power up snack on a hike.

Although the result looks as unassuming as any banana bread or cake, the blogger promises that the banana pudding cake is extra soft and moist, thanks to the banana pudding, and sure to be popular at any meal or social function. While she assures us that icing and ice cream would be unnecessary, they would certainly add to the aesthetic appeal of the plain Jane cake. Instagram worthiness is definitely one of the main attractions of a good dessert nowadays, and your followers would hardly be excited about a yellow Bundt cake with no icing on it. Plus, the icing gives the cake that extra little bit of decadence and sweetness. So don't be afraid to add some if you like.

This recipe doesn't call for a lot of ingredients either, all you need is a couple of bananas, which can of course be frozen, yellow or butter yellow cake mix, eggs, banana cream instant pudding, olive oil and water. All you have to do is mix up all the ingredients from the recipe together, and pour into a well greased bundt pan. This cake would be a little bit more yellow and more banana-y than ordinary banana bread, this cake offers a flavour duo of real overripe bananas and equally delicious synthetic banana flavouring, courtesy of the banana pudding mix. The Bundt pan gives the cake a very nice shape that looks quite elegant and would look beautiful with the simple glazed icing drizzled over top of it, or perhaps served with some whipped cream. The Bundt pan was invented in Norway, but they actually didn't sell too well over there until Pillsbury, the American company got ahold of them and started to make recipes specifically using the Bundt pan. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Bundt pan became quite popular in the United States and we all can probably still find a Bundt pan in our kitchen to this day.

'Chew Out Loud' is food blogger site providing free recipes online, and one such recipe is for a banana pudding cake. They have many other recipes over on their website as well. They feature an abundance of dessert recipes, breakfast and brunch recipes, main dish recipes, appetizer recipes, salad recipes, soup and stew recipes and much more. Make sure that you have a look around this great recipe website and save the ones you like so that you can make them in the future!

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