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pookiebuttons pookiebuttons 7 years
I just made these and they are super delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe. I'm not sure what I did but somehow I made 27 cup cakes. I didn't fill them completely to the top, little more than half way I guess. I also had to mix the batter in a salad bowl because I found my mixing bowl broken in the cabinet haha. Oh well. Thank you!
Food Food 8 years
It is a lot of sugar, it was probably too sweet especially with the filling. When I make banana bread I normally don't use that much sugar, however these were cakes, so I went wild.
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
Is this the same recipe you use for your banana bread? It seems like a lot of sugar! I use 1/2 C brown sugar and 1/2 C white sugar in mine and it's definitely sweet enough even without frosting!!
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
Is this the same recipe you use for your banana bread? It seems like a lot of sugar! I use 1/2 C brown sugar and 1/2 C white sugar in mine and it's definitely sweet enough even without frosting!!
Food Food 8 years
don't worry kiwi, there will be more things coming out of my kitchen!
kiwitwist kiwitwist 8 years
These look soooooo yummy!:cry: so sad to see the 52 weeks of baking go.
kiwitwist kiwitwist 8 years
These look soooooo yummy! :cry: so sad to see the 52 weeks of baking go.
chrissy00 chrissy00 8 years
The cupcake without the icing looks delicious enough just to eat for breakfast or a snack as a "muffin". Looks wonderful!
Food Food 8 years
thanks everyone!I've never tried the can technique. I've heard it works well but that you HAVE to make sure it's always fully submerged else you could run the risk of the can exploding.as for the next 52 weeks... I won't be baking every week, but there will be baking often. This year we're going to try out kitchen experiments and I'm going to try a new recipe each week!
Food Food 8 years
thanks everyone! I've never tried the can technique. I've heard it works well but that you HAVE to make sure it's always fully submerged else you could run the risk of the can exploding. as for the next 52 weeks... I won't be baking every week, but there will be baking often. This year we're going to try out kitchen experiments and I'm going to try a new recipe each week!
Kate-Marie Kate-Marie 8 years
Wow, the recipe sounds and looks delicious! Congrats on sticking to your 2007 resolution all year and good luck in '08. =]
melfox melfox 8 years
yes for the dulce caramel filling you can just boil the can of condensed milk in a pot full of water (you will have to keep an eye on it and top it up every now and then) for about 2 hours. then let it cool down, then open and scoop out the yummy caramel. it is much easier this way and the boiled, unopened cans can be stored for at least a few weeks. mel :-)
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
that sounds good!
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
that sounds good!
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 8 years
That's dulce de leche in the middle? Totally missed that the first time. I've never had it, but always want to try, I know it's really easy to make, too.
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 8 years
I made Banana Nut Cookies when I was in school. They were awesome. They turned out with the same stickyness that banana nut bread has to it. Yummers!
cbgmick cbgmick 8 years
And it's not just because I'm pregnant that these look so good to me!! How delicious. Can't wait to try once I've emerged out of my baking coma from too much holiday baking
aistea311 aistea311 8 years
OMG Bananas are my favorite fruit (after limes!) This will be great for a Brunch!!!
artsyvixen artsyvixen 8 years
YUM!!!!!!
artsyvixen artsyvixen 8 years
YUM!!!!!!
LuciLu LuciLu 8 years
mmmmm, bananas. so i was in nyc over the weekend, and walked by magnolia bakery and the line was a half of a block long. INSANE. are they really THAT good???
LuciLu LuciLu 8 years
mmmmm, bananas. so i was in nyc over the weekend, and walked by magnolia bakery and the line was a half of a block long. INSANE. are they really THAT good???
haze1nut haze1nut 8 years
YUM! your pictures look great! like they look so professional and pretty and also it makes the food more appetizing, my mouth is literally salivating as i type this.dulce de leche filling??that's really going all out! and banana and chocolate together is just......*drooli often make banana/nutella sandwichesi think for the dulce de leche you can just boil the unopened can in the water and not do a double boiler. i've never tried it but i've read several recipes using this techniqueYAY! i can't wait for another new year of 52 weeks of baking??are you still doing a baking theme or savory?maybe appetizers or cooking light dishes or asian?
haze1nut haze1nut 8 years
YUM! your pictures look great! like they look so professional and pretty and also it makes the food more appetizing, my mouth is literally salivating as i type this. dulce de leche filling?? that's really going all out! and banana and chocolate together is just......*drool i often make banana/nutella sandwiches i think for the dulce de leche you can just boil the unopened can in the water and not do a double boiler. i've never tried it but i've read several recipes using this technique YAY! i can't wait for another new year of 52 weeks of baking?? are you still doing a baking theme or savory? maybe appetizers or cooking light dishes or asian?
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