Banana bread or banana muffins are things I make almost weekly. As I’ve said before, I think my kids leave bananas to get ripe just so I will have to make it. They know I hate to waste things. One thing I like to do is read a bunch of different recipes, read the comments and then start coming up with my own recipe by combining some of the ideas from like six or seven other recipes and comments. Sometimes it works out OK and sometimes it doesn’t. Today was one of those days that it worked out perfectly! This banana bundt cake recipe is amazing.
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Banana Bundt Cake Recipe
Delicious recipe for a must try banana bundt cake!
- 1 Cup Butter softened
- 2 Cups White Sugar
- 5 Large Eggs room temp.
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 6 TBSP Milk
- 5 Small Ripe Bananas 4 if they aren't all small
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 2 tsp Baking Soda
- 2 Cups Gluten Free Flour
Preheat your oven to 300° and grease your bundt pan and set aside.
Using your stand mixer (or hand mixer), cream together the sugar and butter. Add the eggs, one by one. Mix until thoroughly incorporated.
Next add the vanilla extract, milk, ripe bananas, cinnamon and baking soda. Mix until thoroughly incorporated.
Add the gluten free flour to the mixing bowl and mix it by hand. You want to to be completely mixed together, but don't over mix.
Pour your batter into the greased bundt pan and place in the oven for 65 minutes. You will notice the top browning a bit. That's OK! It tastes amazing! When it is done baking, allow it to cool in the pan before transferring it to your cake stand or a plate.
If you prefer to use regular flour over gluten free flour, then use it! The measurements are the same!
In this recipe, as I do with pretty much ALL recipes requiring flour, I used gluten free flour. If you would prefer to make banana bundt cake recipe with regular flour, then by all means, do so! Not only is banana bundt cake recipe super moist, but the hint of cinnamon is perfect. And, believe me, that’s coming from someone that truly hates cinnamon.
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I can’t tell you how good my house smelled when this banana bundt cake was baking! The kids were dying to cut into it as I was pulling it out of the oven. Now I chose not to top this banana bundt cake with anything, but you could totally do so, if you wanted. You could go simple with powered sugar or you could make a cream cheese frosting glaze. Whatever you choose to do, this will be a banana bread recipe that you will want to make over and over again!
Other Banana Bread Recipes to Try
Like I’ve said, I’ve made a lot of banana bread/muffin recipes before. A few you must try are:
What is your favorite way to make banana bread? Also, another question…do you put butter on your banana bread? My husband does that. To me it’s gross, but he loves it and has gotten one of my kids liking it that way too. To each their own, I suppose!