Banana and White Chocolate Party Bundt Cake

This pretty Banana and White Chocolate Party Bundt Cake is a great way of using up any over ripe bananas. Plus its colourful sprinkles and white chocolate topping will make it appealing to kids. 

Regular Mummy Mishaps recipe readers will know that I frequently share bakes on my blog that feature over ripe bananas. Ultimately, I just hate food waste, and bananas that look a little sorry for themselves, always add such natural sweetness and banana flavour to cakes. 

Also, incorporating any fruit or veg into a cake is a sneaky way of getting some extra goodness into my boys!

Obviously this cake is not that healthy by any means, because I have decorated it with some white chocolate and some colourful edible sprinkles.

That is allowed on this occasion though, because I have called it a party cake afterall. 

I love the little brown flecks inside each slice that derives from the bananas. 

 Recipe for Banana and White Chocolate Party  Bundt Cake
Serves 10-12
200g unsalted butter
100g caster sugar
4 eggs
2 over ripe bananas 
1 tsp vanilla extract
250g self raising flour
100g white chocolate, melted 
Edible sprinkles 

Pre heat the oven to 180oC / 160oC (fan oven)
Grease and line a bundt tin - I used a Gugelhupf Tin (roughly 22cm)
Cream the butter and sugar for a few minutes until creamy, soft and pale.
Add your bananas, if they are very over ripe they will mash easily when
beaten with the mixing tool of your cake mixer . Beat the bananas into
the sugar and butter mixture. 
Add the eggs and the vanilla extract and beat well until smooth
Now add the flour and mix in to combine it well
Put the batter into the tin and bake in the oven for 30-35 mins until
cooked right through
Allow the cake to cool and then remove onto a plate/stand
Drizzle the melted white chocolate all over the cake and then sprinkle
some edible sprinkles all over the top
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Welcome to a new Bake of the Week, and thank you for being so patient while Helen and I had a few weeks away from your blogging duties, while we were busy with various Mum things.

Thank you to Helen who hosted last weeks Bake of the Week and featured her amazing Everton Football Cake – she is so clever with her cake decorating isn’t she?

We had some delicious recipes linked up last week, and you can see them below:

Lovely looking Rhubarb and Pecan Muffins made by Janice
Gluten Free Rhubarb Upside Down Cake with Strawberry and Almond Sponge by Kate
Rye Sourdough Bread from Choclette
Spelt Snickerdoodles – Cinnamon Cookies also by Choclette
Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart by Kat
Coffee and Walnut Cake by Jen

Yum! My favourite Bake of the Week this week goes to……Jen and her classic Coffee and Walnut Cake because its my Nanny’s favourite cake :), and at 86 she knows her stuff!

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The new linky opens every Thursday with a new Round up, hosted by myself and Helen . The bakes linked up will be shared widely across Twitter, Pinterest, Stumble Upon, Facebook (when possible) & G+ . Also, all linked up bakes will have a link in the following week’s roundup and comments. If you can, please visit a couple of other entrants and let them know where you found them by leaving #BakeoftheWeek.

Furthermore, there is now a Bake of the Week Facebook group . Anyone with an interest in baking is invited to to join. We hope to build a real community of like-minded bakers from all areas. You don’t need to be a professional – Newbie questions are totally welcome. It is a safe place where no question is too basic or advanced. The link to add yourself is

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6 comments / Add your comment below

  1. The bundt looks so good. Love the idea of adding the bananas. It makes it healthier and that’s always a good thing.

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