Vegan, gluten-free, soy-free Banana Peanut Butter Lava Cakes.
Ahhh … Bananas and peanut butter – again :)!!! So, this was my first ever lava cake. Still need to try the classical variant, but had some leftover bananas and a craving for peanut butter, so made these wonderful cakes. And after having created a recipe for banana peanut butter cupcakes, I needed to have another recipe with the delicious combination of bananas and peanut butter. So today a recipe for a lava cake with a banana-chocolate dough and a peanut butter filling. You may bake the cakes in ramekins or dariole molds – I used simple muffin molds. Depending on your molds, the recipe should make between 6 and 12 cakes.
Overall a very easy recipe. The nice thing with a banana dough is that is does not matter which type of flour you use. For example, you may use a store-bought gluten-free all-purpose flour or you may go with (gluten-free) oatmeal, buckwheat, sorghum or millet flour. I used a mix of oatmeal, millet and tapioca for my dough (see notes). Be sure to adjust the amount of liquid in the dough, depending on the type(s) of flour used. You can further use any type of sweetener in the dough, e.g. xylitol or coconut sugar. Again, amounts might need to be adjusted to obtain your desired sweetness.