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How to Make Plantain Cake in 30 Minutes!

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Plantain cake with strawberries on top

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If we are friends on Facebook, chances are that you have been expecting this. And well y’all would know that I was at Omoyele’s place yesterday and we made plantain caaaaaaaaaaake. ‘Our’ own is easy and quick o. No unnecessary hassles.  Who’s got time for senrenren when the thing can be out and on our plates in 30 Minutes?

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One of the reasons we were done in 30 Minutes is because we didn’t use flour of any type. It’s time to replace flour with something healthy jare. You feel us…. Hihihihihihihihi.

It was my first time of eating or even hearing about plantain cakes. And what doesn’t Yele cook sef? Gosh, she can cook anything for Africa! Hia! One thing I like about this plantain cake idea is that you can quickly do something to your plantains before you throw them away if they are too overripe.

Okay, back to our plantain cake. First,  the ingredients :

Ingredients

Plantain (2 ripe ones)
Eggs (2)
Milk (half tin)
Baking soda
Butter
Salt  (a pinch)

Method

1. Preheat the oven

2. Dice plantains into a blender. Add the milk and eggs and a pinch of salt. We forgot to add baking soda! Lol.

3. Blend together until you have a smooth puree. We were supposed to mash and whisk but the blender gave such a beautiful batter.

4. Grease the baking pan with butter.

5. Pour the batter into the baking pan and place in the oven.

6. To know if it’s done, insert a toothpick into the cake. It’s done if your toothpick comes out with no trace of the batter. It should come out clean. We inserted a fork! Eh God…. Buahahahahahahahaaaa.

7. Yas! Easy peasy. You are done with your plantain cake. The smell is diviiiiiiiiine.

I wish we had taken our own deliberate pictures but well,  this is a lesson for next time. You can manage this one sha *covers face*

Plantain cake

Would you like to try this someday?

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(18) Comments

  1. Oluwatoyosi Aboloye says:

    Uhmmm, looks yummy. Added to cart. Thanks for bringing this to us.

    1. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay, you added to cart! It now remain to now now come and now now try it o.

  2. AwesomeHumphrey says:

    Inside my mind, that cake na the synonym for "sweet". Na to find plantain be that.

    1. Humphrey, this one is healthy o. I assure you! No added sugar sef.

  3. Yaaasss
    Got me laughing tho
    Esther, remember we didn't put a pinch of salt too????
    But then, it was a beautiful one Sha. It was sweet. Like sweet.

    Thanks so much for this Bae. You're the constant K in every formula ???

    1. Ain't we just fishes? We nor put salt, I remember na. And you were saying, we will put salt o, this one doesn't need sugar o and blah blah blah. Until we sha didn't now put salt. Imagine!

      But mhen, it came out so lovely still.

  4. Thanks for this, atleast my aintain no go waste again

    1. Yes, it won't ever waste again.

  5. Well done. It looks delicious!

    1. Thank you Theo. It is actually delicious.

  6. Affordable ingredients
    Easy to make..
    I will give it a try

    http://www.thexemplary.com

    1. Yaaaaaaaaay. You will get foodgasms, I promise you.

  7. Hmmmmmmmmmm… Yummy yummy yummy… It doesn't look stressful, would definitely try it tomorrow, thank God tomorrow is Saturday. Me that i love eating stuffs like this. Let me goan get my plantain and ingredients for tomorrow. Thanks for sharing hun. #kisses

    1. Mumsi ma gba e sonu ni. Hihihihihihihihi

  8. Looks really yummy, now i can get a cake without stress. Nice one, can't wait to try it.Thanks

    1. Yeah. Cake without stress. Glad you want to try it.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Would love the taste ,but plantain Na gold for Niger state

    1. Awwwwwwwwn sorry about that. Plantain is a little bit expensive here in Ogun state too.

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