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The best banana bread I ever made …so tasty and moist …this is an absolute keeper ! Thank you !
This is the nicest banana bread, I have tried other recipes this is the easiest and best tasting.Rather than using a regular loaf pan I used an eight mini loaf pan,The amount worked out perfect.Thank you
I added Starbucks sugar free syrup and maple extract, plus some chopped pecans. Delicious!
I added 1/2 cup vanilla flavored protein powder, 1/4 cup flax seed and 1/2 cup of chopped pecans. Tastes delicious!! Thnx for the easy recipe!
You can’t go wrong with this recipe. I love it!
I love this recipe so much when I go to eat it it is nice and moist beats other recipes I have tried.
I’ve made this so many times when my bananas have become too ripe to eat. It is comes out perfect. So simple and so easy. No mixer needed.
THE BEST!! Add nuts, chocolate chips to suit your crew. Quick mix with fork(over mixing makes it tough). Always many compliments. I like to grease pan with coconut oil & “dust” with granulated sugar, add that leftover to batter as I use about half cup sugar to start. I have also used part brown sugar, or totally
sugar substitute like Splenda- all delicious. My go-to recipe!!
Great news about the Splenda. I was afraid to try that. Next batch for sure.
LOVE this recipe! do you happen to know the carb count? my daughter is now type 1 diabetic
Hi, Moe! We don’t currently calculate nutritional information on our recipes. I’d recommend using an online nutritional calculator like this one. Thanks!
I haven’t made this yet, so I won’t rate it until I do. I have to ask, though, as there are so many glowing reviews- how does the baking soda do its job when there’s no acid in the recipe? No one seems to have an issue with the loaf not rising, but I would think the appropriate leavening agent would be baking powder?
Hi Annie, baking soda actually creates bubbles when it gets hot. You can test this yourself by pouring boiling water over some baking soda, you’ll see it bubble! It’s actually one of my go-to natural approaches to unclogging a sink. Add a cup of baking soda to the drain and pour boiling water over it.
Don’t pass on this one. The best ever!!
I LOVE THIS RECIPE. I add 1/4 tsp of espresso powder to make it my own. Literally the easiest recipe ever.
Amazing recipe! A must try!
This is a fantastic and tasty receipt, however I add extra ingredients to mine. I am a vegetarian so I don’t use any eggs, but extra bananas. I also use cinnamon, pumpkin spice and nutmeg in mine. It is a rat race in my home to get a piece. When I bake it the whole house smells like banana bread. I love this recipe.
The best and easiest way to make banana bread. Especially for someone like me who couldn’t bake if my life depended on it. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
Turns out great everytime!
Best banana bread recipe so far!Very moist!
Very easy, I like using onlyOne mixing bowl. Moist
Yummmm!!! I used brown sugar.
How long and what temperature would you use to make this into muffins?
I made this recipe and my family loved it. I look for treats that I can make low in sugar and that have some nutritional value to help my husband with his low sugar goals. I used Truvia instead of sugar and nobody could tell the difference. I also made a cup of hot tea and soaked some raisins while I made the batter and put them in as a treat for myself and it was so yum!! Making them again today but I’m going to try them as muffins so I can freeze some easier. I have a surgery coming up and I would love to stash some baked goods away for the time period I won’t feel my usual self.
Hi Jessica! I would try this at 400°F for about 15-18 minutes for muffins.
I have made this several times as muffins-regular size muffins, cups filled about 3/4 full. It makes 12 muffins. I use a finely ground whole wheat flour and 1/2 brown sugar and 1/2 white sugar. I bake it at 175 Celsius , which is approximately 350 Fahrenheit for 20 min, but I’d check at about 18 min. we are at sea level here in Bangladesh, so you’ll have to adjust it if your altitude is over 4,000 feet, but then, you’d probably know that if you live at altitude. We moved from Colorado not so long ago, so it’s still relatively fresh in my mind .