Ramadan Chronicles: Banana Date Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

First, let me just say:

Complete Sentences: by AFizzle and SFizzle

The Maathaaland* has DEFIED EXPECTATIONS and sent the Group B from Cricket Champions trophy tournament into mayhem by beating India.

We are all properly gobsmacked at this turn of events. I heard even MamaFizzle was properly enthused.

In the animal world, this would be like:

 story underdog GIF

Anyway, back to food. There once was a cake on a plate.



This is the story of how the DUAUBDCWCCCFTWTCF came to be on a plate.

First, there was a constantly confused Fizzle who went by the alias SFizzle for reasons best kept secret. The reason for her constant confusion is also best kept secret.

She was tasked with the daunting task of making a cake and putting it on a plate.

She decided to play it safe and go for her tried and true Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting.

Then she realized she had excessive amounts of date syrup in her possession. Also she had to finish an open packet of coconut cream. And so this began a cascade of thought processes that went something like this:

Date syrup?

Ok but then no sugar!

Date syrup instead of sugar?

Take away moisture from somewhere else!

So less yogurt?

Or less butter?

I’ll figure it out.

Coconut cream?

In the cream cheese frosting, of course

Lemme Google it.


Toasted Coconut flakes

Looks pretty but useless

…I guess I could…


So in the end she made a Definitely Untried and Untested Banana Date Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting Topped with Toasted Coconut Flakes. She thought the name was too long so she named it DUAUBDCWCCCFTWTCF. To her confusion, it didn’t catch on. She determined that the best way to make it catch on was to subtly and casually drop it in casual conversation as an already accepted word.

 party awkward the it crowd act casual GIF

(Let me know if it worked)



Dried ingredients: 1 1/2 cup flour, 2 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp salt

Wet ingredients: Um. I’ll try…2 mashed bananas, 1 egg, 1 cup date syrup, 2 tbsp yogurt…



Roughly: 1/2 cup Cream Cheese. 1/4 cup Butter. 1/4 cup Powdered Sugar. 2 tbsp Coconut Cream. Alternatively, you could just improvise everything and do it to taste…which actually seems wiser. Yeah, do that.


Toast some dried coconut flakes. Or use some sweetened ones. Or don’t use ’em. You have the power to decide.

Assembly: Make a cake…

(Allow the cake to cool before frosting)

*Sri Lanka Mathaa. If you’re Sri Lankan, you would understand. (Namo to you too)

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      1. I tried to make four separate comments but it told me I accidentally made a duplicate comment. But it wasn’t an accident. -.-


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