4 ripe bananas
Juice of one lemon
100 g icing sugar + some for dusting
1 pinch ground cinnamon
100 ml vegetable oil
200 g self rising flour
Mash the bananas with the lemon juice, add the rest of the ingredients (in the order given above) and mix well. Grease a cake mould and pour the cake mixture in, bake at 180°C for approximately 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the cake comes out clean. Reverse onto a serving plate (I used my Mum's cameo plate), dust with icing sugar and serve. We have this for breakfast with caffellatte.
And if you like to consider where you coffee and banana come from...
please join us at Slow Food Waitakere for:
Slow Food Waitakere is hosting a Coffee Break, as part of Oxfam's Biggest Coffee Break during Fair Trade Fortnight and it would e great if you could come along!
Expect great food including fair trade coffee, tea, chocolate and bananas
Julia from All Good Bananas will be joining us!
So lets get together to taste the Fair Trade difference and fundraise for Oxfam's work towards a fairer, safer, more sustainable world.
When: Sunday 13 May at 3pm
Where: 5a Gane Lane, Te Atatu Peninsula
RSVP Anutosh0610@gmail.com or 834 9909
$15 Slow Food Members
$20 Non Members
All Money raised will go to OXFAM