Baked Banana Cake



The Vegan Stoner's Baked Banana Cake

37 comments:

betty said...

I just love your blog! honestly, you have such good pictures and drawings they make me laugh and have a great time while enjoy some good recipes

neha said...

yuuum. i'm going to try this this weekend!

the [sugar] apothecary said...

Oh man! This sounds too unbelievably delicious to be so simple... Love your coconut milk impression, by the way :)

Violets and Cardamom said...

That looks so good! And easy to make too. Definitely want to give it a try! You could easily transform this recipe into individual servings too which is great.

Ami @ Parsnips and Pears said...

so easy and so yummy sounding! can't wait to try this!

Anonymous said...

this looks awesome! cant wait to try it!!

Madeleine said...

looks delish! i know everyone says this but I love your cute drawings. such an original idea.

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leneatiengo said...

YUMMY!!!

Mike @TheIronYou said...

You guys are the best...I'm gonna try one month as a vegan starting tomorrow...we'll see where it goes!

Peace
Mike

It's Carmen said...

Oh my word. This looks spectacular!!!

Anonymous said...

mmmm, I'm going to use panettone for the bread and cut out the sugar, it will be delicious...thanks and Happy New Year Veganstoner!!!!!!

Zane said...

looks delicious

Second Cloud On The Left Farm said...

Just found your website via Pinterest and I have to say ThankYOU! I love the recipes and the art work! Great creativity and simplicity! Y'all rock... er ....well.. stone perhaps!!

Knives said...

Looks yummy!
I recently used bananas to make a lean banoffee pie for my guy; it was a lovely choice for my banana cravings. Hahaha. =)

mirrorandmoon said...

Mmm mmm mmm mmm looks amazing!

xx
mirrorandmoon.blogspot.com

lookingforpemberley said...

Wow- this cake looks incredible! Thanks for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

thank you for keeping a blog like this! Love the design, the recipies and the vegan-ness :) XX

Christine (The Raw Project) said...

Looks wonderful, thanks!

kayt said...

I made this recipe- it was so delicious! Seriously divine! You have to try it. I added cinnamon to the coconut milk and tossed some chopped walnuts in the mix, as well. Next time I would add vegan choc chips and strawberries.. it's so versatile the possibilities are endless. A scoop of vegan ice cream on top made it my favorite dessert to date!

vanchick said...

i'm stoked to try this, although i'll likely soak my break in A pot and not pot....lol

thanks!

Lena said...

With a little bit of peanut, Elvis had loved it!

Candace said...

Great site dudes. I'm looking forward to making lots of recipes. How come you don't have aa RSS feed?

Jen said...

Yummy! Love your site.

: ))
Jen

Vanessa said...

Yum yum yum!

Erin G. said...

Made this today. SO GOOD. Now I want to experiment with different types of bread and fruit and other delicious things.

Aurora Paige M said...

This was the best thing ever! I didn't have coconut milk, so I tried it with almond and it was delicious. A bit soggy, but who cares!

A Girl Named Leney said...

Featured this link on a friday favorites post on my blog:) Love it!

<3 Leney

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Anonymous said...

I'm definitely stoned and i'm definitely enjoying this. way to rock.
-Laura

Sonali said...

Love your blog. I am trying to make a slow transition to veganism and I am very impressed with the clean simple fun presentation you have here.

Carolyn Toldi said...

Fantastic blog. Thanks for the recipe. I'm going to try it ASAP !

Anonymous said...

delicious!

Anonymous said...

What kind of bread did you use for this? It sounds so delicious!!!!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous. We've used multigrain baguettes and French breads, but almost any vegan bread will do. Stale bread works really well with this recipe since it soaks up the most flavor.

Anonymous said...

Made this for breakfast this morning! It was DIVINE!!!! Vegan meals can be so involved and I love that your recipes are simple and so far delish! I have the lintel loaf in the oven as I type. (although I accidentally put the whole bag of lintels in the mix....two cups dry does not equal two cups cooked.....and had to try and take some out to fix it, then improvise on making it work...we shall see...sad thing is, I don't smoke :)) after this is the black bean balls (with refried beans...I'll let ya know)
Thank you so much for making being vegan a little less daunting.

Anonymous said...

This did not turn out well for me- I thought it was going to be great when I was making it, but it was missing something. I threw chocolate chips and roasted almonds on it when it was still really warm and even that didn't help it.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous,

We're sorry you weren't happy with the outcome. We admit this is a simple recipe, and perhaps you were craving a more complex flavor. An easy add would be cinnamon. You could also add nutmeg or dried fruits, like raisins. We hope you end up finding or making something that fits your taste preference. If you do, let us know what it is.

Cheers,
The Vegan Stoners

Pia Ingvorsen said...

OMG I just made this (can't believe we had a tin of coconut milk in the pantry) it was amazing. I used Splenda instead of sugar as we don't have in in our house. I also sprinkled cinnamon on it (it was Miss 8's request).

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