The combination of banana and peanut butter is very well-known for a long time. Did you even know that Elvis Presley preferred to eat french toast with banana and peanut butter. That is why I soon though about the combination of peanut butter and banana bread and that combination worked out really well.
10 grams baking soda
* By replacing for a gluten free variant you can make this recipe gluten free
How to make it?
For this recipe I used the peanut butter from Nutorious Peanutbutter in the honey/cinnamon flavor. You can also use natural nut butter. Preheat the oven on 175 degrees Celsius (347 Fahrenheit). To make this banana bread we need oatmeal flour. You can make it yourself by mixing oatmeal in the food processor until a fine flour will remain.
Set aside the oatmeal flour. Mash the bananas with a form in a bowl. The easiest way to do this is by using ripe bananas. If they are not ripe it will get more difficult. When the bananas are mashed you can add the eggs to it. Mix into a batter and make sure there are no spare pieces of egg left.
When the bananas and eggs are mixed you can add the peanut butter and oat milk to it. Mix properly, it will take a while for the peanut butter to mix properly with the rest. Continue mixing until you don’t see spare pieces of peanut butter. That way the peanut butter is well divided through the entire banana bread.
When the peanut butter and oat milk are mixed properly with the eggs and bananas you can add the oatmeal flour and baking soda to the bowl. Again mix properly. The easiest way to do this is by using a fork or spatula. The mixing will get more difficult, because it really becomes a dough.
Put a piece of baking paper in a cake tin or grease the cake tin. Pour the dough into the tin. Divide over the entire tin and bake for 35 minutes in a preheated oven. Pay attention that the baking time may differ per oven.
You can now enjoy this organic and lactose free banana bread. It is also really delicious to cover a slice of banana bread with some peanut butter.
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