• 15 min preparation time plus 45-50 min cooking time

    Preparation Time

  • easy

    Difficulty Level

  • a cake pan 18X12 cm


The clove was for many years the cause of skirmishes among colonialists who wanted to gain the monopoly in its production and trade. Since the ancient times, clove was known for its properties. Archaeologists discovered in Syria a ceramic vessel that contained cloves and that dates back to 1721 BC. Clove gives a unique aroma and taste wherever it is used, but it should be used in small quantities, otherwise it makes the food bitter. It also has many medicinal uses due to the eugenol it contains.


Aromatic, For Vegetarians, For Vegans, Gluten-free

  • 125 gr butter, soften at room temperature
  • 4 very ripe banana
  • 220 gr all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder Sunspices
  • 150 gr brown sugar
  • 2 eggs, at room temperature
  • 1/2 tsp ground clove Sunspices
  • 2 vanillas Sunspices
  • 70 gr chopped walnuts
  • Powdered sugar
  • a 18x12 cm cake pan


  1. We preheat the oven to 200C/390F. In a bowl we mash the bananas with a fork, we add the clove and stir. In the mixer we beat the butter and the sugar, until the sugar is fully dissolved and the mixture is fluffy. We add the eggs one at a time and we stir until the mixture is uniform. We add the mashed potatoes and we stir until smooth. We let is aside

  2. In another bowl, we stir the flour, the baking powder and the vanillas. We fold the flour mixture into the banana mixture and we carefully stir using a large spoon or a spatula. We add the walnuts and we lightly stir.

  3. We butter and dust our cake pan with flour and we pour the batter into the pan. We bake for 45-50’ until it rises and is golden brown. We remove from the oven, we let the cake cool for 5-10’, we remove it from the pan and we let it completely cool on a wire rack. We sprinkle it with powdered sugar and we serve.

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