Banana and carrot cranberry cake baked in a glass
Preparation time: 30 min.
Cooking or baking time: 1 hr.
Total preparation time: 1 hr. 30 min.
I know you know cakes in the glass, but today I'm trying for the first time to bake the recipe of backfees44's delicious "banana-carrot-cranberry cake" in the jar. I promised her and that's why I'm going to try it and I'm curious to see if it works.
For 9 tumblers a 420 ml
- 350 g of flour type 405
- 1/2 pck of baking powder
- 1 teaspoon soda
- 200 g of sugar
- 1 pck of vanilla sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 300 g of dried cranberries
- 2-3 ripe bananas
- 120 g of carrots
- 90 ml of buttermilk or natural yoghurt
- 3 eggs
- 120 ml rapeseed oil
- Dust with powdered sugar as desired or cover with chocolate icing
- I preheat the oven to 175 degrees at top and bottom heat.
- Now I put the dry ingredients in a large bowl and mix.
- The bananas are peeled and pressed down with a fork and come in an extra bowl. The carrots are washed, peeled and finely grated and come to the banana porridge in the bowl.
- Now the eggs, the buttermilk and the rapeseed oil are added.
- The dry ingredients, which we all mixed well, now come to the egg mass and are mixed together to a dough.
- And everything is then stirred into a pulpy egg mass.
- The meticulously cleaned 9 tumblers are provided.
- Then the glasses are buttered.
- Sprinkle with breadcrumbs, then the dough 1/2 full filled in the glasses, because he still goes up.
- I push the tumblers with the filled dough into the oven (middle rail) for 50 minutes.
- After the baking time is up, I turn off the oven and immediately turn the lids on the jars to create the vacuum in the jars we need to keep the cake fresh longer in the jars.
- Then I put the glasses with the finished cake in a sheltered place in my kitchen and let them cool overnight.
So dear backfee44, I opened a glass extra, and we tried the cake (my husband and I) and it tasted super good. In my opinion, the cake has succeeded. I would love to give you backfee44 a glass for rehearsal (then you could try it yourself), but we're not there yet.
Well, experiment succeeded and recommended, because the cake tastes really delicious and is not a bit sweet, only I could imagine it with apples in the dough, rather than carrots, but then with raisins.