Banana Bread must be one of the most popular bakes of recent years. There are countless recipes for this lovely bread, different variations and adaptations. I have been baking my banana bread for a long time and throughout the years I’ve tried and tested many different recipes. This particular variation is my healthier version with lovely wholemeal flour used to increase fibre and sugar and butter reduced as well. My Wholesome Banana Bread relies on really (and I mean REALLY) ripe bananas for its sweetness and some of the butter have been substituted with natural yogurt without the loss of moisture in a final bake. I say RESULT!
My husband isn’t one to eat breakfast first thing in the morning. He needs to be “going” for a while before he can actually face to eat anything. He leaves the house quite early and all the healthy brekkie options go out of the window. Breakfast “on the go” is a must for him most mornings. My Wholesome Banana Bread recipe is perfect as occasional brekkie “on the go” if you want to avoid sugar laden breakfast bars you can buy in the shops. Do I need to add that kids absolutely adore a slice as after school snack?
This loaf freezes really well too so you can get baking and use up all those overripe bananas lurking in your fruit bowl and fill the freezer with slices of this moreish bread! You can also play around with what you add to it. If walnuts are not your thing, simply live them out or substitute with the nuts of your choice. Perhaps a bit of added chocolate wouldn’t go amiss – add 75g of milk or dark chocolate chips or handful of sultanas, dried cranberries etc. You get my drift. 🙂
If you are after another lovely bake and like baking with fruit why not try my Summery Easy Strawberry Yogurt Cake It’s a perfect teatime treat!
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Cook Once Eat Twice hosted by Corina at Searching for Spice
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Recipe of the Week hosted by Emily at A Mummy Too