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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Home Cooking 101: Banana Chocolate Chip Loaf



Banana is one fruit that you can always find in our home's pantry. My mom makes sure that we have a new batch every week. Aside from helping with digestion, bananas are quite handy for baon (Banana-Nutella sandwich for me) or midnight snacking (still with Nutella). The only downside of banana is that it rots quickly, so we buy boxes of Maya Banana Cake Oven Toaster Mix so no banana will ever go to waste. :)


You just need an oven toaster to create this recipe, but you may also use a conventional oven if you have one at home. I also found a pack of chocolate chips in the fridge so I thought of adding this to the recipe. My sister got the chocolate chips in the grocery (Dutche Chocolate Chips is Php 100 for 350g at SM Supermarket).


Ingredients:

1 box Maya Banana Cake Oven Toaster Mix
1/2 - 1 cup chocolate chips

For the Maya Banana Cake Oven Toaster Mix:
1 egg
2 pieces banana, mashed (preferably lakatan)
oil
water

Instructions:

  1. Mix the ingredients according to instructions in the cake mix.
  2. Add the chocolate chips in the batter. Stir.
  3. Transfer the batter in the loaf pan. Cover the loaf pan with foil.
  4. Bake in the oven toaster for about 10-15 minutes. 



Allow the loaf to cool down before serving. I love that the chocolate chips melted that we excitedly grabbed a slice. Oh, the Maya Oven Toasted Mix is only around Php 42. In case you were wondering where we got the loaf pan, we bought it at Japan Home Center for only Php 88. :)

It's a super simple and affordable baked treat you can also do at home.

34 comments:

  1. oh wow Ate! this was Mom's fave, Banana Loaf! with almond/cashew nuts! :D

    from Myxilog with love <3

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    1. I used to add cashew nuts too but the kids prefer the chocolate. :)

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    2. oo nga po ate :) prefer din chocochip pati nung mga kapatid kong kids-at-heart. :P

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    3. Anyway, will try to combine kasuy and chocolate chips next time. :)

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  2. i'm actually currently eating kinda similar right now. only thing walang banana chocolate chip. ehehe..

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    1. Hahaha. Did you bake it yourself? :)

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  3. I love their other products like the butter cake mix! They make baking so easy :D

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    1. Yes! I actually have a butter cake mix too. :)

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    1. Hope you'll try this at home, Rowena. :)

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  5. Oh my that looks sooo yummy and very easy to do! :) I am so attached to banana cakes bec as a child, I used to make one w mom. ako taga-mash ng bananas :D

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    1. Very easy, Kumiko. I love mashing bananas too. :P

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  6. Ooh, looks easy to do but I don't have an oven toaster, will it work with a microwave oven?

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    1. I guess it will, you just have to adjust to baking time depending on your microwave oven. :)

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  7. anything banana related is a plus for me. looks delicious

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    1. Me too! I just love anything with banana. :P

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  8. I love banana loaf! I did not notice Maya has a mix for this, will try this soon! THanks for sharing, your loaf looks yummy!

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  9. Oooh looks delish! My mom loves baking banana cake! We've never tried putting choco chips in the batter, though. Will suggest that next time she bakes :D

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  10. I'll definitely get this cake mix the next time we go grocery shopping! I've only tried baking cookies in our oven toaster before and it worked so I'll try baking this next time. :)

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    1. We also use the brownie mix and it's also good. :)

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  11. yehey at least may cake mix! i can easily make one and tell my fiance i did it from scratch :p lol

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    1. He'll probably believe you. haha. :)

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  12. Wow naman...shume-chef mich tayo ah...penge naman...

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  13. Mukhang masarap yan dear:) patikim:)

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  14. Wow Michy! Looks amazing! And so simple to prepare! Let me give it a shot at home =)

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  15. Any particular brand of chocolate chips that works best for this?

    - Ray
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    Lynne-Enroute.com

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  16. Just the oven toaster, not oven? Wow, I think I might actually try this out. Banana choco chip bread if one of my favorite sweet treats. ^_^

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    1. I hope you'll do, it's sooo easy! :)

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