How to Make Banana Cake Without Flour, Sugar, or Milk but With a Great Taste

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 08, 2019
11:47 P.M.
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Here's a recipe on how to make the best banana cake without the other ingredients that can gain weight.


Banana cake is prepared using the banana as a primary ingredient and typical cake ingredients such as flour, sugar, and milk.

Bananas in a supermarket. Photo: Pixabay


In any case, many individuals would prefer not to put on weight. So check out the recipe below to learn how to make a banana cake without flour, sugar or milk but with an incredible taste, according to Newsner.


Firstly you need to prepare four ripe bananas, one cup olive oil, four eggs, one and a half cups finely cut oatmeal, one cup raisins, two tablespoons baking soda, and a little cinnamon to your liking.

Eggs and baking supplies. Photo: Pixabay



Mix the bananas, eggs, and olive oil until the batter is smooth. Add the raisins and blend it some more. Then add the oats, cinnamon, and baking soda.

Grease a pan and coat it with oatmeal. At that point add the batter and bake it at 350°F (180°C) for 35 minutes. Done.

Oatmeal. Photo: Pixabay



Besides being a healthy source of natural sugars sucrose and fructose, bananas are also rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

They also offer a decent amount of potassium and manganese and plenty of Vitamin B6 and C.


Eating two bananas a day can result in monitoring of blood pressure, keeping bowels healthy, losing more weight, and even protecting your eyesight.

Furthermore, the 467 milligrams of potassium present in an average banana helps protect against atherosclerosis.

The potassium is not only good for cardiovascular health but also helps to improve the health of bones by decreasing the amount of calcium excreted through urine.

As this fruit ripens, it also develops levels of antioxidants which are vital for protecting our bodies against heart diseases and the risk of cancer.

Ripe bananas with dark spots are even eight times more effective in increasing the function of white blood cells.


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