When it comes to baking, some people live in terror of it – simply because it conjures up images of dirty ovens, flour everywhere, burnt cupcakes and the likes. The fine art of culinary is something not for everyone, yet to survive, we all have to try to feed ourselves at some point.
However is it really that hard? Keeping in line with the recent trend of life hacks and easy cooking recipes found everywhere, here's a brilliant recipe that I found recently that I feel inclined to share as it is simply too easy.
In fact it is so easy that I suggest roping in the 5 year olds this weekend for a fun weekend activity, or if you are a poor university student who can't afford $5 a day for a quick snack, here's your solution!
Ingredients 1 1/2 cups self-rising flour
3/4 cups raw sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
2 large bananas, mashed.
1/3 cups softened butter
1/4 cups milk
Something optional to spice up your banana bread can be things like raisins or dried fruit. I usually toss in anything that I can find in my pantry, raisins and Nutella toppings seem to go best though.
Mix all dry ingredients together.
Dump all wet ingredients in.
Mix everything together with a fork.
Coat rice cooker lightly with cooking oil.
Pour batter into rice cooker.
Let rice cooker run its cycle. Depending on your rice cooker, it might have to run a few cycles.
Lift rice cooker from container. Put a plate on top of the rice cooker and flip over to let the banana bread fall down onto the plate.