Smashed Banana Cake
… or HOW TO “recycle” leftovers.
- Because you often feel sorry about throwing away “good” food.
- Because you like to experiment without having an impression of “waste”.
- Because you have your own reason (s) why you like to try many different combinations of many different ingredients.
If you identify yourself in one of those situations, then this post is FOR YOU! I feel very comfortable with working with food, experimenting and mixing without always knowing what will come out at the end. The excitement of working on a small or big project, the expectation of something unknown, the moves in a space where there is no rule, no limit but your own imagination!!! …
Well, let’s go back to the cake before I loose myself. Lol
I had left over butter brioche (you know, the French one) and banana. For me, (homemade) brioche is like bread. If I have to warm it up then I can throw it away as well. I decided to bake without the traditional ingredients like flour, eggs etc. Especially I wanted it to be something quick.
So I smashed a banana together with the leftover brioche, then added chocolate chips and milk. I used soy milk but you can use the one of your choice. Some extra flavour will give a special touch to your “cake”. The mixture will bake at 200°C for ca. 15 minutes. Don’t let the moist center bother you, that is how it should be!
Let it cool down a little bit and here is your Smashed Banana Cake with Chocolate!