Enjoy deliciously moist banana bread with this Vegan Banana Bread that’s also gluten free! It’s made with healthier ingredients but still absolutely divine!
I can’t believe Mother’s Day is so close already! If you’re still trying to figure out what to make mom, let me stop you right here: she will 100%, guaranteed love this banana bread. Bonus points if banana bread is a favourite of hers, this recipe will show her just how much you love her. Extra, extra bonus? It’s vegan, and gluten free, and the ingredients are lightened up so that not only will you and mom enjoy every single bite, you’ll do so with no guilt.
Hello vegan banana bread heaven.
It’s been in the works for ages for me to make a vegan banana bread. I don’t know why it took so long, but regardless, I’m so glad that this happy day has come.
This entire vegan banana bread was finished and devoured within 24 hours. I PROMISE I did not eat all of it myself, I shared like a ⅓ of one slice. Okay, kidding, I actually shared this up, because it would be pretty mean after taking a bite to not want to spread the love of this beauty.
I worked off of my gluten free banana bread to create this, and I’m so glad that my base recipe is so great because it was as easy as just using egg replacers and vegan yogurt to make this bread vegan. I tried other versions, and enjoyed this one the absolute most – it retains the moisture, the sweet taste, and of course, the unmistakable banana bread texture. A good soft and hearty slice, but with melt in your mouth perfection.
I also added pecans on top, and swapped out the walnuts and chocolate chips in the batter of the bread. Of course, you could definitely add these, but I was feeling pretty purist whilst making this banana bread. I’m actually learning a lot about minimalist right now, and I felt inspired to let the banana shine through and be the king of this Vegan Banana Bread. I did feel that the pecans and GF certified oats on top were so essential. They add a beautiful topping, a different texture, and of course, when nuts and oats are toasted, an intoxicating fragrance and taste. If you do add walnuts or any other nuts into the batter, definitely toast them before. It’ll elevate them so much more.
Speaking of tips for banana bread please friends, use ripe bananas. Like, so ripe, you can’t peel and eat them, because they are soft piles of mush. These are the sweetest and most moist ripe bananas, and will give you the absolute best flavour possible. Then, add a dab of butter on your slice. Okay, so my dab was pretty huge and I ended up splitting it between three slices, but, you get the gist. 🙂
Last tip, enjoy every single slice. You, mom, everyone, deserves it.
TO MAKE BANANA BREAD MUFFINS: Make the batter, and pour into a prepared muffin dish. Bake for about 20-23 minutes.
HOW TO STORE BANANA BREAD: After your banana bread has cooled completely, wrap in saran wrap. Place in a plastic zipped bag (remove the air) and store for up to 1 week on your container. Do not place in the fridge as they may dry it out.
HOW TO FREEZE BANANA BREAD: If freezing, store as above, and then place in the freezer. Remove from the freezer when needed and thaw on the counter.
P.S. ensure that you use gluten free certified oats, or you can just leave the oats off!
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