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This tasty, nutritious banana-flavored cupcake has been my go-to, if not the best, recipe ever.
The recipe includes the two main ingredients, a banana and a cup of milk. I always like to make sure the chocolate part is just icing and not the dairy part, because it is the latter that gives the cupcake its delicious taste.
Bananas have been around for centuries, but most of us don’t have the time to get them in the bathtub. If you’re getting your own banana in for Valentine’s Day, I think you’ll enjoy this recipe (and many others). It’s not really a recipe, but it’s a little bit of a variation on the original recipe. If you’re the type to go for, this might even be a good one.
This recipe makes about six dozen cupcakes for a family of four. The cake recipe is adapted from the one from a chocolate cake by the same name from Aardvark, a cookbook I own. Its the same recipe, only slightly modified to suit banana cupcakes.
This recipe makes a slightly different banana cupcake. Instead of using an egg, vanilla, and eggnog, I use eggnog, vanilla, and the yolk from the egg whites. Its the only variation I have found. If you like banana cupcakes, youll like this one.
The recipe makes the banana cupcakes a bit thicker than usual, so that the cupcakes are a bit taller. The other difference is that they are made in a 2-count method, so you get two. One cupcake is baked in the middle of the pan, then the top half is baked (and left to set) until it is ready to be removed.
It’s a bit difficult to get a decent-sized cupcake to be dropped into the pan. You’ll get a little bit of a hard-to-see effect here. It’ll just stick to the pan. The pan will be cooked until the cupcake is browned (without any kind of color), and then cooled until you want it to be completely cool.
It’s also worth noting that bananas foster cupcakes are made with whole bananas, and they are an excellent source of carbs and fiber.
My favorite thing about bananas foster cupcakes is that they are only made with whole bananas, and they are high in fiber, but they are also quite inexpensive. One cupcake costs about $1, so you can make up to a dozen of these. They are also very moist and delicious, especially when you serve them with a scoop of frozen yogurt.
It’s also worth mentioning that bananas foster cupcakes are made with whole bananas, and they are an excellent source of carbs and fiber.