This simple healthy banana bread recipe with coconut oil, whole wheat flour and low sugar is deliciously moist.
Hello food lovers. I am finally back on the blog! It is winter in New Zealand and I and my baby girl had a cold for a few days and I did not find the motivation to write on the blog lately.
It does not mean I did not bake during these days! Of course not! What is better than this simple healthy banana bread recipe to get back on your feet?
Obviously, I did not have the energy to spend hours in the kitchen baking, so I did a really simple banana bread recipe using the ingredients I had on my hands.
Do you know what I love about this simple healthy banana bread recipe? It is super easy to make.
You just have to pour all the ingredients into your food processor then bake it and it is done!
Well, if you don’t have a food processor, you can also mix the dry ingredients in one bowl, the wet ingredients into another bowl, and then combine wet to dry.
Whatever the technique you use this banana bread recipe is ready in less than 15 minutes.
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My secret to transforming this simple healthy banana bread recipe into fancy banana bread?
Add a full banana on top of your bread. It will create a compote-like texture on top of the bread, adding extra sweetness and moisture. Absolutely mind-blowing!
The recipe is already sweet but I really appreciated the extra sweetness on the top of each slice.
Another optional twist to this simple healthy banana bread recipe is to add ground cinnamon and chopped walnuts. It will bring this simple banana bread to the next level.
Enjoy this simple recipe!
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