Who fancies freshly baked breakfast banana bread to start your morning? It’s just fabulous toasted and spread with peanut butter. This recipe is more of a bread than a cake and isn’t too sweet, though it does have a wee bit of honey in it.
How about a loaf of real banana bread? One that’s made with sourdough, wholemeal flour and no added sugar? This sourdough banana bread does all of this and more. And it’s not only healthy, it’s really delicious.
These vegan peanut butter banana muffins are so quick and easy to make that they’re the perfect bake for when you’re in a hurry or unexpected guests arrive. All but the bananas are store cupboard ingredients. Not only are these muffins super delicious, but they’re made with wholemeal spelt flour and are vegan too. As a bonus, you’ll also find a gluten-free almond butter version later in the post.
Recipe for a rich and fudgy chocolate banana cashew cake topped with a nutty chocolate icing. It’s vegan, dairy free and made with nutrient rich whole foods. It’s also quite delicious.
Slightly sweet banana and cardamom flavoured yeasted buns made with spelt flour. Delicious served warm with butter for breakfast. And exceedingly good spread with honey or nut butter. If you think banana spelt cardamom buns sound a bit off the wall, you need to try them.
When I saw a recipe for banana ginger cake chez The Caked Crusader the other day, I knew there was nothing to be done but make it as soon as I could. Banana and ginger is not an obvious pairing by any means, but the cake just sounded so good – and it was.
This month We Should Cocoa went bananas and from the gorgeous entries we’ve had, it looks as though some of you did too. If ever you needed a banana chocolate flavoured bake, breakfast or pudding, this is the place to come.
Healthy and gluten-free banana pancakes made with buckwheat flour, ricotta cheese and yoghurt. Delicious on their own or smothered in chocolate sauce and scattered with almonds.
A quick to make spongy banana cake flavoured with rum soaked raisins. This combined with yoghurt and rapeseed oil makes it particularly flavoursome.
A sumptuous and refreshing non-dairy tropical smoothie recipe. It’s choc full of tropical fruits and raw goodness. Namely coconut, bananas, mango and raw cocoa powder. You’ll also find a review of several raw chocolate products.