Those who know us know that we love to experiment with food when we have extra time on our hands. We enjoy hosting tiny get-togethers with others and cooking or baking for them. For us, it is a chance to experiment with new tastes and a way to treat people to delicious plant-based dishes – lead by example!
We love to bond over food – especially when we meet new people. And in the last couple of weeks, we have met many! Our banana bread was a hit every time – people kept asking us if we could bake another if they supplied us with the ingredients 🤩.
The recipe is enough to feed a couple of friendly faces, and if you skip breakfast, this is an amazing brunch for two 😉. Let us know what you think in the comments! 👇🏼👇🏼
• 100g of sugar
• 100g of sunflower oil
• 100g of plant-based milk (we use soy)
• 1tbsp of baking powder
• 1tsp of cinnamon
• 1tsp of vanilla extract
• 1 pinch of salt
• 200g of ingredients that make banana bread a little more exciting (rolled oats, chocolate chips, raisins and nuts – 50g each!)
• 300g of all-purpose flour
• 3 mashed ripe bananas
1. Mix together the wet (mashed bananas, oil, milk and vanilla) and the dry (flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and salt) until blended.
2. Add the exciting bits (rolled oats, raisins and crumbled nuts and chocolate) to the batter and pour it into a greased loaf pan (or silicon mould).
3. Bake in the oven for about 45 minutes at 180°C until it’s golden brown, or if you bake it in an Omnia oven like us, for about 45 minutes on medium heat until it starts to crack on top.