Healthy Banana Nut Bread

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Ready In:
1hr 5mins
2 loaves




  • Preheat oven to 350 deg F.
  • Mix all dry ingredients together.
  • Add remaining ingredients.
  • Beat at low speed until well blended.
  • Coat regular size loaf pans with butter flavoured cooking spray.
  • Fill 2 loaf pans evenly and bake for 50-60 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out dry.
  • Take bread out of pans and put on cooling rack or eat when hot.

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  1. I halved this recipe this morning to get rid of some overly ripe bananas. LOVELY! The texture was good, the taste was wonderful. Perfect for a toddler, 9 month old and a picky husband. I see no need to tell them it was whole wheat and good for them. Lol. I did put butter on the pan instead of the spray, but I'm not counting calories. :D Good recipe.
  2. Delicious! Maybe it's because I am oven-less and used a convection oven but the ends cooked much faster than the middle. I would recommend making 3 or 4 loaves out of this recipe... it's quite a lot of batter. I left out the sugar entirely and did not replace it with anything. If you are used to sweetness in this sort of thing (which I definitely don't need or want) then you might need a little but it was very satisfying without. Also I used vanilla silk instead of the skim milk and vanilla, not preference just what i had on hand.
  3. This is the BEST banana bread i've ever had!!! I cut recipe in half, used splenda instead of sugar and added cinnamon and baked in bundt pan for 40 min. I also added choc chips! mmmm.. This bread does not taste "healthy" .. it is so moist and flavorful! Next time I may try adding some nutmeg along with the cinnamon, for a little added flavor.. SUCH A DELICIOUS HEALTHY TREAT!!!!
  4. I found it dry, I don't know if I prepped it right but it wasn't very moist..but the banana flavoring showed through, almost TOO much though. I'll probably make this again if I need a low-fat Banana Bread, but I'll probably stick to my [non] fat free Banana Bread. Thanks anyways!
  5. Very nice for a low-fat loaf! Followed tingredients to a T, except I halved the recipe for a single loaf. However, it was a little doughy for my taste, thus only 4 stars. Will definetly make this again though. Thanks


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