The day began with breakfast for the fussy-eater big boss of course. There's this strawberry cream bun coated with chocolate called Squiggles by Gardenia, RM1. Bought it to try for Kz's breakfast. Taste nice. But if you have (mild) OCD like me, don't give this bun to kids and then, let them walk around in your house. You'll cry.
I used one banana for Kz's breakfast platter. I have about 3 bananas left from the bunch. I was thinking of banana cake already - without the oven. Steamed? Ok, jom, let's start!
Ingredients: 1 mashed banana (could use 2 actually), 3 heaping tablespoon flour, 1 heaping tablespoon cocoa powder, 2 heaping tablespoon sugar, 2 tablespoon condensed milk, 3 tablespoon cooking oil, 1 egg and 1 teaspoon baking powder.
I added cocoa powder because I love the name - chocolate banana cake.
It tasted so so so very good. I strongly urge everyone to try this. You don't even need an oven nowadays to make cakes.
Forget the electric mixer. Stir everything together in a bowl using fork (that was what I did) and steam for 20 minutes under high heat.
Results? Very very very soft and moist fudgy chocolate banana cake lah, what else!
Nothing to do with the title but this is them, after lunch - noodles with my ABC soup (hah, again? Yeah, they
never haven't got bored of it yet) and some chocolate banana cake. Burrrppp!