14 Reviews

Pretty good when I made it. I definitely thought it would be sweeter, but it really grows on you. I found myself eating several pieces a day

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willymiller March 11, 2010

My husband and I enjoyed this bread a lot - the blueberries really make it a nice change from regular banana bread. I substituted whole wheat flour for all-purpose flour and it was great and even more healthy! Thanks for sharing!

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CieJF May 04, 2009

This tastes wonderful! I modified it slightly to using 2 bananas (that was all I had at home), replaced the sugar with bakeable Stevia (a zero calorie natural sweetener) and used 1 cup whole wheat flour with 1/2 cup all purpose flour. The bread had a great texture and the blueberries definitely spiced things up!

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Monatrice L. April 15, 2014

We really liked this bread. The only thing I did different was add 1/2 t of vanilla and 3/4 t of cinnamon. I will make this again for sure - it is very filling and not too sweet.

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lbandbuggy April 08, 2012

This is amazing!!! I used all wheat flour since I didn't have any white flour on hand. We LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! Thanks for sharing, Shiraz! My favorite kind or recipe - healthy AND delicious!

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MamaNayNay January 19, 2011

This is so delicious! ALTHOUGH, I did have to use 1/3 cup canola oil because I didn't have any applesauce, which I didn't mind because I don't feel like it's a terrible amount, plus, it's a healthy oil. The sweetness is JUST RIGHT! Not too sweet, but just enough. I did also add a bit of vanilla in the wet mixture. I love the blueberries in the bread!! It really makes it a extra special banana bread. I really loved this! Thanks for posting!!!!

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Japanese Delight January 22, 2010

Tastes great! I made a few minor modifications such as cutting the oats in half and adding ground flax seed, wheat germ and wheat bran. I did have to cook longer as a result next time I will cook in 2-3 small pans to reduce the cooking time. Will make this again for sure. Thank you Shiraz

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Chef yummy yum yum! November 30, 2009

My family loves bananas and breads. I thought I would look for a little twist to the usual. This was great. I put almonds and rasins in it and it was delish...

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thesinginchef July 28, 2008

pretty good for low fat. I didnt have the right pan so i used a small cake pan and it turned out great.

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pixiglory March 26, 2008

This makes a huge loaf,more like 8-10 servings and DELICIOUS. I can't believe there's no butter! Shiraz,you should write your own low fat baking cookbook. I threw everything in the Cuisinart (dry first) and then stirred in the blueberries with a rubber spatula at the end. I'm updating my review to let you know that when I made it again I used four bananas and really increased the banana taste.

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FLKeysJen September 19, 2007
Healthy Blueberry-Banana Bread