Rustic Stroopwafel Banana Cake

AuthorPooja SundariaCategory

Dutch Liberation Day, or Bevrijdingsdag, in contrast, is a day for celebration and festivities. Liberation Day is characterized by big parties, celebrations, and festivals. Each city organizes its own festivities as well as 14 Liberation Day festivals that are held around the country. Aside from music festivals, military parades, street theatre performances, festival markets, and film screenings are common and popular events.

Let's celebrate this time at home with some Dutch specialty "Stroopwafel", that is one of my favourite cookies. These amazing Dutch cookies consist of a thin layer of "dulce de leche" syrup sandwiched between two wafers. These cookies originated from Gouda city of the Netherlands.

Stroopwaffles are meant to be eaten with coffee or tea. You keep the round disc on top of your mug and let the steam soften it for a couple of minutes. The steam heats the cookie and melts the inside layer so that it's warm and gooey. If you can't wait that long, eat Stroopwaffles straight from the package. Stroopwaffles delights everybody in your family, either you are Dutch or not. I love stroopwafel so much, divine taste, and gooey texture so amazing.

I have made a rustic cake with stroopwafels and bananas. The outcome is luscious. A beautiful evening in the Netherlands and sinful syrupy stroopwafel banana cake. Yes, an amazing combo that is perfect for breakfast on this colourful day. Time to celebrate Dutch Liberation Day with this amazing rustic cake.

If you are a weight watcher then it is not for you but if you want to enjoy the heavenly taste of this cake then go for it. The first time in while my girl ate cake and her reaction was so amazing. This cake is very easy to make with few ingredients and voila. Long weekend and stroppy banana cake... a great way to start celebrations.

Delicious rustic banana cake with pieces of stroopwafel. Enjoy this delicious cake with a cup of hot coffee or tea.

Stay healthy, stay humble!

Yields12 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time1 hr 10 minsTotal Time1 hr 25 mins

Ingredients

 200 g Butter
 300 g Brown sugar
 4 qts Mashed ripe bananas
 ¼ cup Yogurt
 300 g Self rising flour
 5 tbsp Cinnamon
 100 g Cubes of soft caramel
 5 qts Large stroopwafels, cut into pieces, few more for sprinkling

Instructions

1

Preheat oven at 160 degrees Celsius for about 10 min and prepare your baking tin with greasing.

2

Beat butter and sugar until fluffy. Add the bananas and yogurt and mix until well incorporated.

3

Add the self-rising flour and the cinnamon little by little for a nice airy batter.

4

Fold the stroopwafel pieces and caramel pieces into the batter.

5

Pour the batter into cake tin 26 cm and sprinkle some stroopwafel pieces on top.

6

Bake cake at 160 degrees Celsius in 60 -70 minutes or until toothpick come cleanout and the top layer is golden brown.

7

Serve warm with a hot cup of coffee.

Ingredients

 200 g Butter
 300 g Brown sugar
 4 qts Mashed ripe bananas
 ¼ cup Yogurt
 300 g Self rising flour
 5 tbsp Cinnamon
 100 g Cubes of soft caramel
 5 qts Large stroopwafels, cut into pieces, few more for sprinkling

Directions

1

Preheat oven at 160 degrees Celsius for about 10 min and prepare your baking tin with greasing.

2

Beat butter and sugar until fluffy. Add the bananas and yogurt and mix until well incorporated.

3

Add the self-rising flour and the cinnamon little by little for a nice airy batter.

4

Fold the stroopwafel pieces and caramel pieces into the batter.

5

Pour the batter into cake tin 26 cm and sprinkle some stroopwafel pieces on top.

6

Bake cake at 160 degrees Celsius in 60 -70 minutes or until toothpick come cleanout and the top layer is golden brown.

7

Serve warm with a hot cup of coffee.

Rustic Stroopwafel Banana Cake
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1 Comment

  1. Sangeeta Sethi 5th May 2020 at 4:24 am

    Fabulous delicious preparation n lovely presentation .

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