October 26, 2012

Banana kolac

Sometimes when bananas are over ripe and turning almost black, it is not so appetizing to just peel and enjoy. And even though I would love to bake more, both me and Blaž are not huge fans of sweets and cakes. I still like to eat a piece or so, Blaž says, ‘sweets are just backup plans for when you do not have anything else nice’! Therefore, this simple cake using the over ripe bananas was a nice idea. It doesn’t use creams, thus it is more light and good for a quick snack. I always liked this one, and finally learnt from Blaž’s grandma to make it. A simple recipe resulted into this tasty quick snack for the times when one is hungry.

You can print the recipe for your kitchen here: PRINTABLE RECIPE


1tbsp margarine
1 egg
180g sugar
1tbsp vanilla sugar
3 very ripe bananas
180g flour
7g baking powder


1.      Peel and slice the bananas. Mash it using a fork.
2.      Soften the margarine a bit using hand blender. Add an egg and blend until fluffy.
3.      Add the sugar and vanilla sugar. Blend until everything is well mixed.
4.      Add the mashed bananas. Blend well.
5.      Slowly add the flour and baking powder while blending continuously. Blend until there is no lump and no flour is visible.
6.      Pour in a heavily greased long baking dish.
7.      Bake at 200°C for 40 minutes.
8.      Take the kolac out. Let it cool a bit and then de-mould. Dust with vanilla sugar powder.

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