I’ve basically been making banana bread since I walked outta the womb. Okay that’s a total lie, but you get the point. I’ve been making naner bread for a loooong time. My Great Grandma Bessie’s recipe is the only recipe I have ever used. I’ve literally never used another one because I have always been positive that no other recipe can compare. Until I created my recipe for one bowl banana bread!
I’ve toyed with the sacred recipe a few times, but it never stood a chance to the real deal. Until now.
It’s been a few years since I have attempted to adjust it, trying to making it a couple swaps to make it a little more nutrient dense. With a few more years of kitchen trial, error, and sheer luck under my belt, I’ve finally got it! And I am so excited to share!
Super moist. Super Naner-y. Won’t make you feel like you just ate a stick of butter + a bag of sugar (i.e. CRASH). Not that you couldn’t totes do that, but ya’ might not feel the best) Yet it’s indulgent enough that you don’t feel like you’re eating cardboard (i.e. flavorless)
If you want a sweeter bread, increase to 1 cup sugar, if you want a less sweet bread reduce to 2/3 cup. May use all all-purpose or whole wheat flour in place of oat flour May use applesauce in place of oil, if you wish.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 192Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 51mgSodium: 248mgCarbohydrates: 26gFiber: 1gSugar: 15gProtein: 3g
If you want a sweeter bread, increase to 1 cup sugar, if you want a less sweet bread reduce to 2/3 cup.
May use all all-purpose or whole wheat flour in place of oat flour
May use applesauce in place of oil, if you wish.
Rotary beaters are a MUST in this recipe! Both for nostalgia and the perfect amount of mixin’ action. However, I have, in fact, successfully made it the new-age electric ones (def not as fun!)
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