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Have you sometimes just bought too many bananas and now they are already overripe? Before you throw them away, here is a simple and quick recipe to process the overripe bananas into a vegan banana bread. Without sugar, without milk and without egg.
Very tasty and with natural sweetness, this cake is also something for children. It does not require milk or artificial sugar and can therefore be consumed without hesitation. Even by the smallest children.
The preparation is very simple and can also be adjusted as desired. For example, if you don’t like raisins, you can switch to dates or even cherries.
The cinnamon can be omitted or supplemented with Christmas spices. You can also experiment well with apples or applesauce. Almost everything you have left in the household works here. The dough should not become too liquid.
Spelt flour can also be used for spelt flour and the almonds can be replaced by hooked nuts in banana bread. Personally, the variant presented here tastes best to me. Especially the cinnamon gives a slightly Christmassy touch.
I have also successfully tried coconut flakes as an additive. 🙂
The bananas tend to make the banana cake look a bit gray, here lemon juice can help.
Have fun baking and enjoying!
Vegan Banana BreadCourse: RezepteCuisine: vegane KücheDifficulty: einfach
Veganer Bananenkuchen ohne Zuckerzusatz. Für Kinder bestens geeignet.
500 g ripe peeled bananas
50 g Ground almonds (alternatively nuts)
100 g Raisins
75 g Oatmeal
125 g Wholemeal flour (rye, wheat or spelt)
100 ml Sunflower oil
1 TL Cinnamon
1 EL Lemon juice
1 Pinch of Salt
- Preheat Oven
- Mash bananas
- Mix all ingredients into a soft dough
- Pour the dough into a springform pan and bake
- Let cool and enjoy