Banana ring

banana pudding

My mum has been making this pudding since I was a child and it’s truly delicious. And with a few tweaks it became even healthier 😉

Its appearance is kind of rustic and this recipe makes a small pudding but it is so easy to prepare that I bet you’ll keep making it over and over just like me 🙂

BANANA RING

INGREDIENTS
6 bananas
2 eggs
4 tbsp muscovado sugar
2 tbsp GF flour
40g margarine, room temperature

METHOD
Preheat oven to 180oC and grease a cake ring.
Mash the bananas, add the other ingredients and beat well.
Pour batter into prepared tin and bake for about 1 hour or until golden brown.
Serve with cinnamon sugar or butterscotch.

banana pudding

NOTE: You can totally use caster sugar, butter and plain flour instead, like my mother does.

I’m taking it to Fiesta Friday 🙂

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69 responses to “Banana ring

    • Thank you! Now how can I describe the texture? Dense, moist, fresh… It’s like baked mashed bananas. And despite the small quantity of sugar, if the bananas are over ripe, it’s surprisingly sweet 🙂 Did that help?

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  2. Recipes from mum are always the best 🙂 I bet with six bananas this would be deliciously sweet even though there’s hardly any added sugar! Yummy. Have a great weekend.

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    • Sometimes, I think depending on the bananas, one could swear there’s sweetened condensed milk in it. Insane! Thanks for popping by 🙂

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  3. Happy Happy Fiesta Friday Erika! I’m so happy to see you…and so happy that you’ve brought this lovely banana pudding to our table this week. I’m so intrigued by it…. and I have bananas that are in need of baking this weekend. I’m definitely trying this, because it looks and sounds so delicious! Between you and a few other bloggers, I’d like to thank you for the poundage that my hips will be acquiring this weekend!

    I do have a question…I’m wondering what size tin I should use for this? I don’t have a cute ring like that, but I do have a bundt pan…and I’m thinking that might be too big..Could I just put it in an 8 x 8 square pan?

    Awesome post… thanks so much for sharing this with all of us! ❤

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    • LoL Prudy! Thanks for your sweet words! Over ripe bananas are the best for this. This cake ring is 23cm (9in) but I’ve made it in smaller rings too. I think you could bake it in your 8×8 but you’ll probably have to adjust the baking time. Do you have an angel cake tin?

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    • Oh, Fae, you’re always so kind! Thank you dear! ❤ My mum's food is truly delicious but it's a pity I didn't know my granny – she was a real party girl 😀

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  4. Erika, this sounds like one of those old fashioned recipes that are deceptively simple, but full of flavour, and remind you of having afternoon tea with grandma. 🙂 I can see it becoming a recipe that I use again and again when we have unexpected guests, or when you just need a homely dessert. Thank you for the recipe!

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  5. I love how you’ve made this GF and healthier. With my illness I’ve been contemplating trying a GF diet, but with all the goodies I make, I just haven’t got around to it yet. That, and the fact that some recipes require so much adapting and the gum too. But this one looks simple and delicious.

    It doesn’t look small to me or maybe it’s the plate that makes it look bigger? I’ve never tried banana pudding before. Must add to the ever growing list. 🙂

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    • Thank you for stopping by, Lisa! Well, it’s not that small. It’ll feed 6-8 people with generous portions. The problem is that there are no leftovers 😉

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  6. Love delicious! I love banana cakes. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!!

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    • Thanks, Laura! This ring is not quite cake-y, it’s more like a chunky cream that you can slice :\ It’s nothing like anything I’ve had before 😉

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