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No flour. Want a banana cake? No worries. This skillet banana cake uses a cake mix and makes you look like a baking star! Wait til you see the flair!

Banana skillet cakes

Banana skillet is a lip-smacking recipe that is made using bananas and gives sweet tooth lovers a great option to binge on. The recipe satisfies the food fetish of the foodies and also gives them a mouth-watering option to cook and eat later with their friends. With just a little hint of cardamom powder and cinnamon, you can bake some mind-boggling healthy banana bread.

Old fashioned skillet cakes

If you are a cake lover and love to keep your cake healthy, then this one is a great option to try out. The cake is also one of the most loved by the mothers of toddlers who are just running away from healthy food. Just mix in loads of bananas with walnuts and your healthier banana walnut bundt cake is ready to devour.

Baking a cake in a skillet

It is a little treat for your stomach. This delicious cake recipe is loaded with healthy ingredients. All you need to do is to put them all together and mix them well. The end result is going to be a dessert that people of all ages will love to enjoy with a cup of tea or milk. You can also pour some black pepper along with a pumpkin to create the best banana pumpkin walnut spice cake.

Cast iron cakes

Really, for rogue bakers or making something very fast, cake mixes are perfect. There’s no shame in using them. And, when you ramp them up like this recipe with flavor and meaning, then you have a winning win. Terrific cake. Actually, it tastes absolutely readymade!

Can you bake a cake in a cast-iron skillet

Bananas are great fun and are loved by everyone. If you are looking out for creative recipes using bananas then this skillet cake is going to be your savior. Just add a pinch of spices along with cardamons and you will understand the healthy banana bread and enjoy the relishing flavors. 

Caramel banana skillet cake

If you love to enjoy your tea with delicious and yummy flavors, or if you are a homemaker and love to let your kids enjoy homemade cakes and pies, then this one is going to be the best option for you. Try out this banana pumpkin walnut spice cake and have a blast with your kids and loved ones during the weekends.

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Yield: Two small cast iron skillet cakes

Now, this skillet banana cake is perfect for bananas sitting on your kitchen counter that are looking a tad bit puny.

Ingredients

  • Preheat oven to 375
  • 1 boxed cake mix, white or vanilla
  • 2 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • ½ cup oil
  • 8 oz. mascarpone, room temperature
  • 1 cup buttermilk
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 ripe bananas, small to medium, mashed
  • 1 cup walnuts, chopped
  • 1 cup golden raisins
  • 3-4 Tbl. powdered sugar for dusting/garnish
  • 2 Tbl. honey, optional

Instructions

Grease very well (I like to use Crisco.) two small cast iron skillets (about 6-7” diameter). You can use an baking dish or baking loaf pans.

Put the cake mix and ground cinnamon in a large mixing bowl. Mix together.

In a 4-cup measuring cup (or small medium mixing bowl), combine the oil, mascarpone, buttermilk and eggs. Use a hand mixer on low to combine well. Add the mashed bananas and mix into a completely blended wet mixture.

Pour into the cake mix/cinnamon. Blend well with the hand mixer. Fold in the walnuts and raisins. Divide the batter into the two greased skillets.

Bake for about 32 to 37 minutes in a 375 preheated oven or until a thin skewer comes clean from the center. The tops of the cakes will also be showing cracks and crevices.

Remove to a cooling rack. Cool completely. Take a butter knife and gently go around the perimeter to loosen the cake.

Flip onto a large piece of wax or parchment paper, then slide your hand under the paper and REflip onto your cake stand (top side of the cake up). Dust with powdered sugar. Drizzle with a tad of honey (totally optional!).

Notes

Not to worry, you can make this cake in a baking dish or loaf pans.

It keeps well for several days. Very moist and tender. Just cover it well.

If you don't have bananas, you can substitute applesauce!

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