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Vegan banana bread

It’s so tasty!

I absolutely love baking banana bread. The smell of it and how it’s naturally sweet by the ripe bananas, just makes it one of my favorites!

It’s super easy and simple to make. It’s healthy, vegan and refined sugar free. Just go on and bake it, you will end up so happy cutting the first slice of it. Aaand you will have much left to save for the next days, endless joy I’d say.

Ingredients

250g whole wheat flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

1 generous teaspoon of cinnamon

200 ml oat milk

3 small ripe bananas or 2 big ones

3 generous tablespoons of creamy peanut butter

2 tablespoons of flax meal with 6 tablespoons of water to make the vegan substitute egg. Let the mixture rest for 10 minutes so it becomes the consistency of an egg.

Instructions

1. In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients.

2. In another bowl, mash the ripe bananas, add the peanut butter and in the end combine the flax meal egg.

3. Put the wet ingredients together with the dry and pour in the oat milk.

4. If the batter isn’t thick enough, add a little bit more of flour.

5. Let it be for 10 minutes so that the batter soaks the liquid.

6. Start the oven on 180 degrees in the meantime.

7. When the 10 minutes are done, pour the batter in the loaf pan with baking sheet prepared in it.

8. Bake for 55 minutes and let it rest after for 10 minutes before you cut the first slice!

After you’ve nailed the effort and patience, it’s time for you to finally enjoy it! Hope you like it.

With love and care, Melanie

Well Being

My love for banana bread

Obviously you can see if you have followed my blog now that I love to bake. And especially if I have had a rough day. I went to the doctor today and got the tampons removed from my nose due to the sinus operation I had a week ago, and I’m telling you that was not an enjoyable experience at all. So, the best way to make it up, is by baking a banana bread. That definitely healed me.

I have been baking banana bread many times now but haven’t been able to get the right texture, because I have been experimenting without gluten and without using egg, dairy or butter. But today it became a success, and that made me so happy! Well, I cheated a bit by using whole wheat flour to be on the safe side haha. However, I totally forgot my visit at the doctor today, was I there?;)

So when I’m in the mood to try a gluten-free banana bread and prepared to fail if I do, I will let you know if I have succeeded and share the recipe with you guys!

Until then, I will enjoy this one first.