The best and cutest banana cake: this Vegan Banana Biscoff White Chocolate Cloud Cake is everything you could want! Fluffy banana cake topped with a Biscoff cookie butter cinnamon frosting (that is piped on to look like little clouds!) and dotted with mini dairy-free white chocolate chips. I made this for Sunday coffee yesterday and it is absolutely perfect with a cup of tea or coffee! With super delicious light and fluffy banana cake base and a thick and creamy cinnamon frosting, this will be your new favourite!
The details on this Vegan Banana Biscoff White Chocolate Cloud Cake …
This banana cake is actually just my One-Bowl Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins, without the chips and baked in a square pan! If you’ve made that recipe before then you are already ahead of the game. But if not, it really is so easy! I actually have started blitzing together the banana, nondairy milk. sugar and oil in my food processor. Saves time mashing the bananas and stirring it all together! Necessary? No. But still fun and saves 0.5 seconds!
This cake is super moist, extra fluffy and the perfect golden base for our thick and creamy Biscoff frosting. Have you have cookie butter/Biscoff before? It is definitely more popular over in Europe, but our local grocery chain Superstore has their own cookie butter from their house line and it tastes pretty much the same as the Lotus one from Europe! My Uncle actually sent us some years ago when he lived in Belgium and I have adored it ever since. So I was happy to find some locally here too!
How to assemble:
If you have some bananas sitting around getting spottier by the minute, those are what you want to use! Then just mix up the simple batter and pour into your square baking pan. Bake until golden and then let it cool completely.
While it bakes, make the frosting and get it into a piping bag. Once the cake is fully cool, cut into 16 squares. Pipe a diagonal squiggle of frosting onto each one, then add a sprinkle of white chocolate chips. As the frosting settles a bit, it ends up looking like little clouds! Make sure the cake is completely cool before adding the frosting or it will melt and slide right off!
This cake is best served the same day, which is why I love making it for Sunday coffee to share with all my family and friends! However, it can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days.
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