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Banana Walnut Choco-Chip Loaf

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 1 hour

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8 big triangular pieces in a round dish

This moist easy to make loaf is perfect if you have an hour and you want to make something that tastes divine.

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  • Banana-4 no.s
  • Atta (Wheat Flour)-250 gms
  • Castor Sugar- 250 gms
  • Eggs-2 no.s
  • Butter- 100 gms
  • Chocolate Chips ( optional) – as much as you’d like, I like to put in a handful :P)
  • Walnuts – 10-15 no.s
  • Golden Syrup- A generous dribble (optional)
  • Baking Soda- ½ tsp
  • (Tip: Use salted butter! Salt gives loafs and breads a unique flavor and does not let it become too sweet.So in place of salt,I just use salted butter,it serves the purpose.


  1. Take a large bowl.Peel and mash the bananas. Slowly fold in the castor sugar while continuously stirring it into the mashed banana mixture.

  2. Break the eggs and add into the mixture, one by one, stirring continuously. Whisk the mixture until the eggs are mixed in smoothly.

  3. Add the baking soda.

  4. Add the butter into the mixture. Mix well. Remember to use soft butter so it folds well and results in a smooth mixture.

  5. Add the wheat flour slowly little by little, constantly stirring the batter.

  6. Line the dish you want to use to bake your cake with butter. You could also use butter paper. Pour the batter into a baking friendly cake dish/ loaf pan directly or on the butter paper lined dish.

  7. Add walnuts, chocolates chips and golden syrup. Stir the mixture.

  8. Place in an oven or microwave (convection setting) at 180 degrees C for 55 minutes. After 55 minutes insert a fork straight into the cake/loaf and see if it comes out smoothly. You could also look at the color of your cake to decide if it needs to stay inside for a little while longer)

  9. Tip: If you like your loaf/cake to be a golden brown stick to 55 minutes. If you like it like I do, moist on the inside and dark brown and mildly crusty on the outside, 60 minutes is what I’d suggest.

  10. Note: Don’t worry if you don’t get it right the first time around. And if it turns out alright, don’t forget to click some photos 

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