Thursday, December 3, 2020

Go Bananas On Your Banana Cake!

Go Bananas On Your Banana Cake!

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MAYA let’s you create it’s cake and jazz it up too with a toaster mix and easy recipes

Who doesn’t love banana cake? It’s soft, sweet and easy to prepare. A staple at many homes, a delicious banana cake can be the perfect way to start your day at work or spend a cozy weekend afternoon at home. It also got an immense universal appeal-banana cake always hits the sweet spot no matter your age.

This comfort’s food simplicity makes it not only a no-fail treat, but also a perfect canvas for your kitchen adventures. And when you’ve got as easy as reliable as MAYA Oven Toaster Banana Cake Mix, letting your creativity run free won’t be as daunting as it seems. Along with these easy recipes from The Maya Kitchen, you can transform your everyday banana cake into an exciting new dessert!

When the days get hot and you need a decadent treat to cool down, Ice Cream Banana Bread is the way to go. First, use MAYA Oven Toaster Banana Cake Mix to bake a classic banana cake. Simply mix oil, eggs, milk and mashed bananas in a bowl. Then, add the mix and blend, Bake the batter for 30 to 35 minutes. Once it’s ready, cut it up into three pieces, then layer some ice cream in between. Place it in the freezer for 1 – 2 hours, then drizzle on some chocolate sauce for your new favorite frozen delight.

For a creamy medley of flavors make some Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cake. To create the special glaze, mix together confectioner’s sugar, peanut butter, and milk in a bowl until the mixtures turns smooth. Then spread the glaze onto your banana cake. For an extra nutty texture, top your dessert with some chocolate or peanut butter chips.

You can also enjoy your banana cake in quick nibbles, Banana Cake Bites make a very flexible dessert as they can be served at your next party, stored in a food container for an office snack, or enjoyed while a movie at home. Make the sauce by mixing some brown sugar and butter. Microwave and add in some rum and vanilla extract. Add a teaspoon of the mix into the muffin pan, covering each with a slice of banana. Sprinkle with chopped cashews and set aside, Ad a teaspoon of the mix into the muffin pan, covering each with a slice of banana, Sprinkle with chopped cashews and set aside. Then, create your banana cake separately. Drop the batter into the muffin pan and bake for 10-15 minutes. Once they’re golden brown, flip them upside down and voila! You have a cute, scrumptious Banana Cake Bite!

When it comes to re-imagining beloved classics, trust MAYA Oven Toaster Banana Cake Mix and The Maya Kitchen’s easy to follow recipes to help you make brand new favorites!

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