Make Banana Cakes

How To : Make a simple no-bake banana brickle bombe cake

Making cakes usually scares the hell out of us. It doesn't matter what kind of cake it is; if it requires us shoving it in the oven, it'll come out sad looking and usually burnt. Which is why we're digging this no-bake cake. Check out the video to learn how to make this banan ...more

How To : Make a banana cake with gooey caramel icing

Bananas + cake and whipped topping = Foodie heaven. We don't know why we've always loved the combination of bananas and cake/ice cream/whipped anything (maybe it stems from having thousands of banana splits as a kid?), but we do know it's delicious! So put down that used and ...more

How To : Make A Banana And Mars Bar Cake

Banana bread has always been a favourite treat whether it was fresh from nanna's oven or from the local bakery. The addition of Mars Bars or another one of your favourite chocolate bars can be a great addition for the kids as long as they eat their vegetables first. This is a ...more

How To : Make a banana chiffon cake

This tutorial video will teach you to make a banana chiffon cake. The ingrediants of this cake are: 1-banana, 6-white eggs, 4-yolks, 175g-sugar, 70cc-salad oil, 25cc-water, a pinch of salt, 2 spoons-baking powder, 140g-flour, and vanilla oil.

How To : Make a banana caramel mousse cake

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a banana caramel mousse cake. Start to make a light meringue that tastes like banana. Layer this down on top of a layer of caramel, and then let it cool and get cold. After this, bake it in the oven and turn it over. When you are done wit ...more

How To : Make banana cake

Angie is going to show us how to make a banana cake. Start by creaming 2/3 cup of butter. To the butter that's nice and creamy, cream in 1-2/3 cup sugar until the sugar dissolves and mixture is fluffy. Scrape the sides of the bowl to make sure you get everything mixed. Now, yo ...more

How To : Make a healthy banana cheesecake

A banana cheesecake is ripe for summer, with a pefectly portioned dash of sweet fruit and rich, creamy cheesecake. Make this tasty variation on your run of the mill cheesecakes by watching this cake making video by Honeysuckcle Bakery. Bananas are healthy sources of potassium ...more

How To : Find egg substitutes in vegan cooking recipes

When you're a vegan, meals must be pre-planned in order to ensure you're not using animal products of any kind. Make your next cookie recipe a little bit easier by learning what sorts of things you can use to substitute eggs. See how common household ingredients such as banan ...more

How To : Make a vegan chocolate zucchini bundt cake

In order to prepare Vegan Zucchini Cake, you will need the following: non-stick cooking spray, 4 cups of grated zucchini, 2/3 cup of canola oil, 1 mashed banana, 1 1/2 cup unbleached flour, 1 cup of sugar, 3/4 cup of cocoa, 1 cup chocolate chips, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoo ...more

How To : Make a warm Indian Kahlua dessert

Pound cake with bananas, gently sauteed in a warm Kahlua sauce, topped with cold ice cream. Perfect for two, perfect for Valentines. Watch this how to video to learn how to make a warm Indian Kahlua dessert. Ingredients: Pound Cake - 2 slices Kahlua Coffee Liqueur - 1/4 cup B ...more

How To : Prepare a pistachio and strawberry trifle dessert

This is a video tutorial on how to make a pistachio and strawberry trifle dessert. This beautiful, layered dessert is perfect for a dinner party or an everyday treat. Layers of pound cake and BLUE BUNNY Pistachio Almond Ice Cream are accented with cranberry sauce, bananas, whi ...more

How To : 9 Eat-Me Flowers for Haute Cuisine

Flowers can be just as delicious as they are beautiful—as long as you know which flowers to choose and what to use them for. Nasturtium salads, rose jam, chrysanthemum-sprinkled cakes—the possibilities are as endless as the shapes and colors the flowers come in. Listed below ...more

News : Japan's Totally Wacky Kit-Kat Flavors

Ok... so this is a CAKE! site... but I'm open to lots of desserts... and these Japanese Kit-Kat flavors are just too weird. Check it out: "The Kit Kats you find in American stores offer a quick fix of chocolate and crispy wafers. But in Japan, Kit Kats go far beyond chocolate ...more

How To : Bake banana bread

Recipe to prepare ‘Banana Bread'. Ingredients and the steps to prepare the 'Banana Bread' are described as under. Ingredients (measurements are available at Pan La Sang Pinoy) · All purpose flour · Mesh Banana · Sugar · Vanilla · Salt · Baking Soda · Egg yolk · Cooking Oil St ...more

News : Bake Without Butter, Sugar, Eggs...

See how to bake without butter, sugar, eggs, dairy milk and more. If you think it’s impossible to bake without butter without losing flavor and texture, then keep on reading. Even if you already substitute butter in your cakes and cookies, there may be some things in this art ...more

News : Cookbooks for two ages

Look at the banner for this Books world and you'll see books of all kinds, including cookbooks. Can you spot the two of them in the banner? One of them is pretty obvious, Betty Crocker's Cookbook. The other is actually right beside it, The Anti-Aging Plan. What's interesting a ...more

How To : 5 Amazing Ways to Bake with Coconut Oil

I remember the first time I used coconut oil; the whole kitchen was filled with a fragrant aroma that reminded me of the tropics. After learning it was a healthier alternative to traditional cooking oil—not to mention a great source of the good-for-you saturated fat—I was hook ...more

How To : 47 Baking Hacks That You Shouldn't Live Without

Right now is that magical time of year when the general public decides to embrace their inner fattie and get baking in the kitchen. Hello, pies and cakes and cookies and everything carbs. Goodbye, diets—see you in the next year, when you cripple us with unbridled guilt and lon ...more

How To : 5 Baking Substitutions Every Home Cook Should Know

Few things in life are as relaxing and enjoyable as baking. When I'm having a bad day, I make cookies. When I'm stressed out, I bake a cake. When I have a free Sunday with nothing to do but listen to music and drink coffee, I bake a tart or a batch of cupcakes. True, much of ...more

Weird Ingredient Wednesday : 5 Kinds of Flower Waters

You might be familiar with the use of zucchini blossoms in cooking and maybe even know how to make herbal simple syrups. But if you really want to show off as someone who knows how to use flowering plants in food, try adding some flower water to your cooking/baking repertoire. ...more

How To : No Knife? Use Your Credit Card to Cut Food Instead

Believe it or not, you can put your money to use very efficiently in a new way: your credit or debit card can serve as a blade in desperate situations. (It might even be handier than dental floss as a brilliant substitution for specialized kitchen tools.) While I wouldn't take ...more

News : 9 Ways You'd Never Expect to See Broccoli

Broccoli is super. Not only is it jam-packed with nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin A, folic acid, calcium and fibre, but it's one veggie that refuses to be just a side-dish. Nobody puts broccoli in the corner. And there's never been a better time to get creative with veggies ...more

How To : Why You Should Eat Cookies for Breakfast

Cookies for breakfast seem like a clear dietary no-no, but these three-ingredient breakfast cookies are easy, healthy, portable, and can be made in advance. They're also dairy-free, egg-free, and have no added processed sugar, so they can also be called allergy-friendly cookie ...more

How To : A Beginner's Guide to Gluten-Free Baking

What is gluten, why do some people think it is pure culinary evil, and why are there more and more products devoted to being free of this mysterious substance? Here's what one person thinks: What Is Gluten Really? Gluten is a protein found in wheat (including lesser-known spe ...more

How To : 10 Ways to Take Grilled Cheese to the Extreme

I know I'm in the majority when I say that grilled cheese sandwiches are one of life's simplest and best pleasures: gooey, rich, melted cheese, sandwiched between two perfectly-buttered pieces of toast... perfection. Don't Miss: How to Make Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwiches ...more

Monkey Bread : Savory or Sweet, Always a Treat

Regardless of your culture or your age, eating with your hands is fun. Flouting social convention and just digging in with your fingers provides a whole other level of epicurean enjoyment. And one of the most entertaining hands-on foods is monkey bread. Food historian Tori Ave ...more

How To : Everything You Know About Microwave Ovens Is a Lie

Chances are that you've been using your microwave just to nuke leftovers, but they can do so much more than heat up last night's dinner—microwaves can help you peel garlic more quickly, get more juice out of lemons, disinfect your kitchen, dry out herbs, give beauty products n ...more

How To : 12 Tofu Hacks That Even Tofu-Haters Can Appreciate

Tofu has been a staple food in Asia for over 2,000 years, but due to the health craze of recent years, it's enjoyed a surge of popularity in the Western world. Derived from the milk of soy beans and typically coagulated by calcium or magnesium salts, tofu can be found in consi ...more

How To : 40 Damn Cool Things You Can Do with Eggs

All day I dream of eggs: scrambled, poached, over easy, hard-boiled, fried, baked, raw... Okay, the last one is a joke (unless you're Gaston, which means that you eat five dozen of them and you're roughly the size of a barge). But eggs are freaking good in just about any cooki ...more

How To : 5 Tips That Make Cooking for a Crowd Easy

Even those of us most comfortable in the kitchen can be daunted by the idea of cooking for a whole houseful of people. Whether you have a large, well-equipped kitchen or a small one with just the essentials, it can prove to be quite a task to prepare food for a dozen or so peo ...more

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