Mini Bundt Banana Almond Poppy Seed Cakes

I’m officially in the “smaller servings” phase of my life.  Even though I’ve thrown in the towel on fitting into a bikini this summer, the holidays are right around the corner, and I still want to fit into my pants with a little wiggle room.  All along I refuse to give up cake, can’t do it, won’t happen…. here’s my solution….Mini Bundt Banana Almond Poppy Seed Cakes…. smaller but loaded with so much flavor. These little cakes are the best alternative to satisfying my sweet cravings , and being able to keep my girlish figure. :)

All photos taken by: Nicole Presley

Ingredients for Mini Bundt Almond Poppy Seed Cakes:

3 – cups ultragrain flour

2 – cups powdered sugar

3/4 – cup almond meal (ground almonds)

2 – teaspoons of baking powder

1/3 – cup poppy seeds

2 1/2 – Dole Ripe bananas (smashed)

1 – cup vegetable oil

3 – eggs

1/2 – cup buttermilk

1 – teaspoon almond extract

Ingredients for glaze:

3/4  - cup powered sugar (sifted)

2 – tablespoons of coconut milk

garnish with chopped almonds

Preheat oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit

In a large bowl add flour, powdered sugar, almond meal, baking powder, and poppy seeds.

In a small bowl add bananas (smashed), vegetable oil, eggs, buttermilk and almond extract. Mix well.

Then add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix with an electric mixer until well combined.

Spray a mini bundt pan with a non-stick baking spray. Then pour a heaping 1/3 cup of batter into each 2 1/2 -inch bundt mold. Bake for 18 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

Cool for 5 minutes in pan then invert onto a cooling rack, and cool completely.

Now for the glaze…. whisk powered sugar and coconut milk together until creamy smooth. Drizzle over top of cakes then garnish with chopped almonds.

ENJOY!

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12 Responses to Mini Bundt Banana Almond Poppy Seed Cakes

  1. One of my favorite desserts!! I want one with my coffee!

  2. Ruby says:

    I’m with you on the smaller portions but only because you can trick your mind by telling it you had so many more servings lol
    I think this looks delicious My kids would totally enjoy They are bananas for BANANAS!
    I’ve pinned to my yummy i wanna make board!

  3. pattie says:

    LOL… the bananas had me laughing. Thanks for the recipe! I’ll be sure to add it to my must-do :)

  4. Love the recipe. I am going to make for the familia. Cute bananas but I don’t think I can peel them if they are staring at me :)

  5. LOL – I’m also in the small serving stage of my life! The cakes look great. You make it all look so easy. :)

  6. Sounds and looks yummy! I am also in the small serving stage of my life. Desserts and sweets are in the “tiny” serving section these days. :(

  7. Cristina says:

    I’m with you. I can’t say no to desserts.
    Love this recipe! I am going to have fun making these little cakes.

  8. Ericka says:

    I want 3 or 4 of these thank you!

  9. Sharlene says:

    Those bananas are so cute! It is funny what googly eyes can do to a fruit. I have no doubt my son would consume the entire pan full of those little cakes.

  10. wow these are super yummy looking and so going to try these!

  11. Caryn B says:

    wow..those look awesome….YUM! I need to make more bundt cakes : ) Pinning!

  12. Girl, these are smart. I could carry these in my bag all week along and munch when ever i get hungry. Que rico!

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