A cake with a lot of bananas!
This cake was created out of a desire to take advantage of overripe bananas from the kitchen by making some banana cake :) which turned out great! Chocolate - caramel - banana! Creamy and juicy! The stove is used only for filling, and it is ready in 20-30 minutes at most! :)
- For the crust, combine the ingredients and tap on the bottom of the pan. Carefully add milk and make sure that the crust is not too dry or too wet. I used a cup of about 200ml. Cut the bananas into rings over the peel to cover the peel.
- Put 400 ml of milk to boil. In the remaining 100 ml, stir in the pudding and add 3 tablespoons of sugar (I always put less, if you like sweeter, increase the amount). When the milk boils, pour in the whipped pudding.
- Add margarine to the hot pudding and whisk well to combine. Divide the mass into two parts. Add crushed bananas in one part, and crushed chocolate in the other, which will melt because the filling is hot. To me, the filling with mashed bananas turned out a little more liquid than the one with chocolate.
- Fill the peel with the banana filling first, then the chocolate filling. When cool, coat with whipped cream. Garnish with grated chocolate if desired.
The cake is light, creamy, banana :)