The Duchess of Sussex’s banana bread recipe has two special ingredients. Meghan, 38, adds chocolate chips and ginger to her delicious cake.
The exact recipe is not known but the main ingredients for banana bread include bananas, butter, sugar, eggs, flour and baking powder.
Meghan made a loaf for an engagement in Australia during her and Prince Harry’s overseas tour in 2018.
She baked the cake as a gift as she and Harry visited the Woodley family’s Mountain View Farm near Dubbo.
The Daily Mail reported that the banana bread contained chocolate chips and ginger.
Farmer Elaine Woodley said: “We were so surprised but it was incredibly nice of her, she made it last night when she knew she was coming to a family home.”
Her daughter Benita added that the banana bread was “delicious”.
She said: “It was such a nice and thoughtful thing for her to do. We are really touched.
“She said if you go to someone’s house you always bring something, so she did.
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Hello! magazine’s royal editor Emily Nash tweeted that the banana bread was “rustled up” the night before in the kitchen at Admiralty House in Sydney, where the Sussexes stayed.
Meghan describes herself as a foodie and she used to share recipes on her now-closed blog The Tig.
She is spending the lockdown in Los Angeles with Harry, 35, and their one-year-old son Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stunned the world in January when they revealed plans to step back as senior royals.
The announcement sparked crisis talks to discuss their future roles.
Meghan and Harry had hoped to continue supporting the Queen while earning their own money.
But the idea was deemed unworkable amid fears they would be accused of cashing in on their royal status.
They officially ended royal duties on March 31 for a new life in the US.