Banana Bread With Coconut Milk

"I came up with this last night. It is a good way to use up leftover coconut milk. Like all banana breads, the flavor is much better the second day."
photo by Patty B. photo by Patty B.
photo by Patty B.
photo by Michelle B. photo by Michelle B.
Ready In:
1 loaf




  • Mix wet ingredients, and dry ingredients.
  • Mixture will be lumpy.
  • Pour mixture into a greased loaf pan, and bake at 350 for 30-40 minutes, or until a cake tester inserted in the middle of the loaf comes out clean.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Jeremy W.
    Want to make salt in this recipe? ??
  2. michwhite60
    Could I substitute butter or margarine for olive oil in a cake? If so, how much would I use?


  1. punkarooni
    Ok, it may be my own stupidity, but this makes more than one loaf. I tried to make one loaf and it bubbled over in the oven and caused a huge smokey mess! I had to throw mine out because it just wouldn't cook all the way through. Advice: make this into two loaves!
  2. Michelle B.
    This turned out so great! It is so moist and delicious with crispy edges. I will definitely make it again. My family loved it so much that my photo is of a 2/3's eaten loaf!
    • Review photo by Michelle B.
  3. Melissa C.
    Great recipe for leftover coconut milk! Only a light coconut taste, so my kids, who dislike coconut, still loved this banana bread. I only used 1 cup of flour and added 1C oatmeal and 1/2C ground almonds. Turned out very moist. Wonderful AS muffins!
  4. AussieFaith
    This is a great thermomix recipe. Only thing is it wasn't lumpy so I added another 1/2 c of flour. I also sub the plain flour for SR flour & added 1/4t baking powder. Can't wait for the to get out of the oven!
  5. Lhallwatson
    This will be my go to Banana bread/cake recipe from here on out. It turned out super moist, not too sweet w/ right amount of spice. The olive oil made this so tasty. It makes a lot, so I buttered



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