Banana Walnut Bread

Banana Walnut Bread

Banana Walnut Bread

Buffy from Be Good Organics has lovingly created this recipe for Banana Walnut Bread. We are excited to be able to share this with you. Happy baking banana lovers.

Pre-heat oven to 170°C (340°F) on fan bake and lightly grease a loaf tin with coconut oil.

Sift all dry ingredients into a large bowl.

Blend all wet ingredients in a blender until smooth, then pour into the dry lifting and mixing with a spoon as you pour.

Lift and fold the mixture until almost combined, then add your walnuts and stir through - you want a few flour flecks to remain.

Pour the mixture into your loaf tin and spread gently to the corners.

Bake at the bottom of your oven for 45-55 minutes until a skewer comes out dry in the middle - keep the loaf covered for the first half hour so it doesn't become too brown, then uncover the top for the last 15 minutes.

Remove, slice and serve warm, or let cool on a rack.


About Buffy

Since 2013, Buffy from Be Good Organics has been sharing her love for plant-based, whole foods. She focuses on a holistic approach to health, combining plant-based nutrition with organic living, a strong love for animals, and a passion for improving the state of our planet. 


To see more recipes from Buffy, click the link www.begoodorganics.com 



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