Super-easy and delicious vegan banana bread

AuthorHungry PandaCategoryDifficultyIntermediate

Yields5 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hr 10 mins

 225 g plain flour
 250 g large bananas
 75 g coconut oil (you can use veg or sunflower oil if you prefer)
 100 g light brown sugar
 2 tsp baking powder
 1 tsp cinnamon powder (you can use more if you love cinnamon, but we found that 1 tsp was just enough without over-powering the banana flavour)

1

Peel and put the bananas into a bowl, squish them with a fork and mix in the oil, sugar and cinnamon.

2

Roughly mix the baking powder into the flour

3

Put the banana, oil, sugar and cinnamon mixture into the inner pan for the bread maker (make sure the kneading blade is attached!)

4

Add the flour and baking powder mix to the inner pan

5

Select the ‘Cake’ cycle and press start **

6

When the bread maker beeps for adding ingredients, grab a plastic spatula and scrape the sides of the inner pan. Don’t be afraid to really push the mixture from the sides, making sure all stray bits of flour are away from the sides (otherwise you will get floury bits on the outside of your baked bread)

7

Close the lid and leave until the cooking cycle has finished

8

Turn out onto a cooling rack and allow to cool

9

Slice and try not to eat it all in one go!

Ingredients

 225 g plain flour
 250 g large bananas
 75 g coconut oil (you can use veg or sunflower oil if you prefer)
 100 g light brown sugar
 2 tsp baking powder
 1 tsp cinnamon powder (you can use more if you love cinnamon, but we found that 1 tsp was just enough without over-powering the banana flavour)

Directions

1

Peel and put the bananas into a bowl, squish them with a fork and mix in the oil, sugar and cinnamon.

2

Roughly mix the baking powder into the flour

3

Put the banana, oil, sugar and cinnamon mixture into the inner pan for the bread maker (make sure the kneading blade is attached!)

4

Add the flour and baking powder mix to the inner pan

5

Select the ‘Cake’ cycle and press start **

6

When the bread maker beeps for adding ingredients, grab a plastic spatula and scrape the sides of the inner pan. Don’t be afraid to really push the mixture from the sides, making sure all stray bits of flour are away from the sides (otherwise you will get floury bits on the outside of your baked bread)

7

Close the lid and leave until the cooking cycle has finished

8

Turn out onto a cooling rack and allow to cool

9

Slice and try not to eat it all in one go!

Super-easy and delicious vegan banana bread