Here’s another recipe from Katy.  This one sounds absolutely delicious too.

This is a great recipe for anyone wanting to use up those black bananas!  We seem to always have a couple in the fruit bowl.


1.5 cups SR flour
1 tsp bicarb of soda
0.75 cup sugar
3 mashed bananas
0.5 cup oil
2 eggs

0.75 cup dark brown sugar
0.25 cup golden syrup (we used honey)
1 cup boiling water


Mash bananas, oil and eggs together in a 2-3 litre casserole dish.  Add sifted flour, bicarb and sugar and mix well.
Combine sugar, syrup and boiling water and stir until sugar is dissolved.
Pour syrup mix over the back of a spoon over the cake batter (it will look terrible but don’t worry the cake rises to the top and the syrup thickens on the bottom).
Bake at 180 degrees for about 50 minutes.

Make sure you have a dollop of ice cream at the ready!


5 Responses

  1. Oooh, can’t wait to make this! Thanks!

    • Thanks for your visit Rosie. I hope you enjoy the recipe. Pop back and leave a comment to let us know what you think after you’ve made it.
      Fiona 🙂

  2. Really yummy, but I knew in advance that halving the sugar would be a fantastic idea. I’ve made some of these self-saucing delights before!
    So, if you cut the sugar, it will still be sweet enough, don’t worry. Also, butter tastes way better than oil (or use half melted butter, half oil, just for the taste factor).
    Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Thanks for your comment Rosie. Glad you enjoyed the recipe.

      Have you got a favourite you’d like to share?

      Fee 🙂

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