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Friday, 9 December 2016

Easy Vegan Banana Bread


{ B l o g m a s :: day nine }

Since my visit to VX Bristol a few weeks ago I have been craving banana bread like there's no tomorrow. The only issue was that bananas disappear so quickly in my house. We could buy two bunches of six on Monday and they'll be gone by Thursday, so we never had any hanging around that needed to be used up. Thankfully my Dad doesn't like bananas once the skin gets brown spots (whatta weirdo, that's when they're the nicest!) so he passed them over to me and I stashed them in my cupboard away from my fam. To bake the banana bread I followed this recipe from BBC Good Food but I did stray from it a few times.




INGREDIENTS
225g Self-raising flour.
2 Teaspoons baking powder.
100g brown sugar.
2 1/2 Teaspoons cinnamon.
3 Large over-ripe bananas.
75g Vegetable oil.

METHOD

Step One. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees. I ended up baking mine at a slightly lower temperature (180 degrees) because my oven tends to burn things (oops). Prepare your loaf tin with dairy-free butter. I also forgot to do this because I am inept.
Step Two. Peel your bananas, pop them into your bowl and mash them with a fork. I chose to leave mine a little lumpy because I like bites of whole banana in banana bread but it's up to you what consistency you prefer.

Step Three. Once your bananas are suitably mashed add all of your oil and sugar into the bowl and mix together until well combined.
Step Four. Weigh out your flour, cinnamon and baking powder and mix them together. Add the dry ingredients together into the banana-sugar-oil mix in small amounts, stirring thoroughly between each load.
Step Five. Once your ingredients are all completely combined, pour your mixture into your loaf tin and bake for 20 minutes. At this point the recipe states to check to see if it's burning and to top it with tinfoil if it is before you leave it to bake for another 40 minutes. I didn't have any tinfoil so didn't bother with that and also ended up baking mine for around 52 minutes in total but it depends how good your oven is really.
And you're done! This banana bread tastes sooooo good and I definitely prefer it to my other non-vegan recipe. It's so (sorry) moist! The first time I baked this I added just two teaspoons of cinnamon but this time around I added three and it tasted all the better for it.
For my first ever consciously vegan bake I think it went pretty well!
 

7 comments:

  1. Yum, I do love good banana bread and if it can be vegan then even better! xx

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  2. This looks soooo good! x


    moremindfulyou.blogspot.com

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  3. I have been wanting to make vegan banana bread for so long now but really struggled to come up with a recipe, thank you so much for sharing! :) xx

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  4. Thanks for sharing this, I love making banana bread but I haven't tried a vegan recipe before - definitely want to give this a try!

    Carolyn x
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  5. Ooh this looks so good and looks surprisingly easy to make!! I've been wanting to make banana bread for ages but we have the same problem with bananas, I'm pretty sure there is only one ripe banana in the house at the moment! Maybe next week!

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  6. This sounds delicious! My family loves bananas so much whenever we buy a batch they're gone by the next day! lol ♥

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  7. This looks and sounds so good, cinnamon and bananas are one of my favourite combinations! Definitely gonna try this recipe out when I've got a moment :) xx

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