Thursday, 13 November 2008

As Easy as 1..2..3

One
Pour all your ingredients (see below) in a bowl, I don't even bother to sift!



Two
Mix (you can mix by hand)



Three
Bake for one hour 180'




Oh and I forgot Four, eat fresh out of the oven with a slathering of butter,mmm mmm. Or the next morning it tastes even better toasted.



As Eddie goes down for his day time nap these days he asks for a piece of cake when he wakes up. Regardless of my plans for his nap time it is usually easy to whip up a cake or two. See here and here for my other superquick recipes.

This is my favourite at the moment, sort of a fruit bread, not much fat and it uses up any spare fruit in the house; bananas, pears or apples.

Fruit Bread

2 pieces of fruit; mashed bananas, diced pears, or apples (fresh or tinned)
2 cups wholemeal flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/3 cup olive oil
1/2 cup raw sugar
Nuts or spices for taste; cinnamon, walnuts etc

NB If using the apples, I cube them and pop them in a dish with a small amount of water and put in the microwave or stovetop for a couple of minutes, just to soften. Add the water to the mixing bowl if using this way. Or you could use tinned apples.

4 comments:

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Looks delicious - I think I will whip one up tomorrow.

Lisa Isaacs said...

This sounds yummy. I'll give it a go at some point. Thanks!

Julia said...

Hi Tam. Just wanted to let you know that I had Jo over for a play date today and I whipped up your cake. Banana, apple and blueberry. I can safely assume it was a hit with mums and kids alike since it was all eaten. And you're right - so EASY! Thanks for sharing it with us. Been thinking of you lately - hope all is well. J x

Corrie said...

oh yum yum...not on my diet but when I'm 'eating' again I'll add that to my list!

Corrie:)