Banana cake


5 VERY mature bananas
3 eggs
50 g butter (melted)
1 tbsp vanilla sugar/powder
1 tsp baking powder
50 g shredded coconut
200 g of flour (I did ½ white flour ½ ’healthy’ flour)
A few tbsp of yoghurt if you have it, otherwise hold back a little flour
Chocolate for frosting
If you don’t think it’s sweet enough (I taste the raw batter) add a bit of suger or artificial sweeterner. I’ve used 5 drops of ‘Perfect Sød’.

Mash the bananas and mix in the eggs, melt the butter and add it to the banana-egg mix. Mix in the coconut stuff. Add the yoghurt if you choose. Mix the vanilla powder and baking powder with the flour (hold back a bit of flour) and mix it with the rest. Add flour till you think the consistency is right. It should be a wet, but not too runny batter. Pour it into a baking pan.

Bake for 25-30 minutes at 200 degrees.


Idea and execution by Maiken 🙂

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Photos by Teodora Bankovska


Apple crumble

Apple crumble is the perfect dessert to make if you have tons of apples laying around and you don’t want to spend too much effort on the preparations. Plus the crumbs are delicious and you can also throw in some pears 🙂


A bunch of apples (depending on the size of your oven dish)
Some pears (approx. 3-4)
300 g flour
200 g butter
175 g sugar

Cut all of the apples and pears into slices (can be with the peel or without, up to you) and place them in your oven dish. Mix together flour, butter, sugar and cinnamon until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Sprinkle the mixture over apples and pears. Bake in the oven (180) for about 40 min, until the crumble is browned and apples soft.


Pictures by Teodora Bankovska.