Vintage Banana Tuesday: Day 19 - Banana Cottage Pudding

This week's recipe is a simple, homey-sounding recipe from my Royal Cook Book, ca. 1940.

You make a standard 1 egg cake, but then you slice bananas and put them on top of the batter before baking. You sprinkle with lemon juice and then bake it. Hmm! I wonder what the bananas would look like afterward. I haven't had the best of luck with bananas bared to the heat of the oven like with the Baked Ham & Bananas.... But this one might be different! I'd give it a try.

Royal Cook Book, ca. 1940

Royal Cook Book, ca. 1940


  1. Maybe the lemon juice will help? Have you tried it out?

    1. Not yet! Maybe as soon as I have an excuse to bake a cake!


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