Banana Flan Cake: A great combination of banana and caramel

The British drink tea at noon and it is best with a sweet accompaniment. No, not Milady de Winter, but cakes, cookies or flan. Our Banana Flan Cake definitely falls into two of those categories. And it falls into the following categories: super creamy, super tasty.

But what exactly is flan? Look at the picture and you will see. Flan is a dough that has been cooked in a water bath. And what belongs to each flan are the eggs. British banana flan cake is no exception. And what else is included in the sweet miracle? Lots of condensed milk. The British are very fond of this, like good old caramel sauce. And since people on the island are pragmatic and prefer to spend a lot of time dialing rather than standing in the kitchen, they treat the banana flan cake with a packet of ready-made spiced cake mix. It all sounds weird, but it’s delicious! Mrs Beryl Patmore, cook Downton Abbey, would not be amused. Mrs. Beryl Patmore would like to give her husband the following gifts:

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Front view: A flat, round cake that is light at the edges and darker at the top sits on a white plate.  The cake is only partially shown.


Very British: banana flan cake


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the preparation

the preparation

  1. Preheat the oven to 175 top/bottom heat. Grease the flan pan with butter and fill with 300 ml of caramel sauce. In addition, butter aluminum foil and leave.


  1. In a bowl, mix the spice cake mix, 3 eggs, oil and water on low for 30 seconds. Then beat on medium speed for another 2-3 minutes. Mash the banana with a fork and add 1 teaspoon of almond extract to the prepared pan


  1. Mix two types of condensed milk, 5 eggs, milk, cream cheese and 1 tablespoon of almond extract with a mixer until the mixture is uniform. Then pour this over the egg. Seal the flan dish with aluminum foil. Then place the flan mold in a deep baking tray and fill it with about 2 cm of water to create a bath.

  2. Bake in the oven with top/bottom heat at 175 degrees for 2 hours. Then take the flan mold out of the water bath and let it cool for 15 minutes. Then invert the flan cake onto a large serving tray, allowing the caramel sauce to spread over the finished cake.

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