- 3 bananas (medium ripe)
- 2 cups old fashioned oatmeal
- 2 large eggs
- 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
PER SERVING *
|Calories130Calories from Fat20|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat20|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Cole 13 days ago
This recipe was great for only having 5 ingredients. Super easy and baked perfect at 30 minutes. My toddler loved it with a little peanut butter on top! Will make again.
Kimberly 17 days ago
I will definitely make this again. It was easy to make and tastes great!
Lynn 19 days ago
I added 1/2 tsp salt and chic chips It was great!
Mariah Wyatt 21 days ago
So gooey and delicious! It took my oven 40 min to bake, and I added some chocolate to the top along with banana garnishing. I will definitely be making this again!
Chelsey Peter 29 days ago
This turned out amazing! I actually used it to make banana bread French toast the next morning! So so good!
greska 11 Nov
great. will make again.
De Bruin 6 Nov
Yummy 😋 I did it as muffins and came out awesome. Will definitely do it again!!!
John W 4 Nov
great healthy snack. i added a bit of salt and topped with sliced almonds and shredded coconut before popping in the oven. will make again.
Lydia 31 Oct
This banana bread is really delicious and sooo easy to make!!! I can’t believe it’s only 130 calories that’s makes it even better!
LG 29 Oct
It was a great flavor and consistency. I did them in a muffin pan and made banana bread muffins. My whole family loved it and would make agin.
Merelyn E. 12 Oct
deliciousssssss..i added 1/4 cup semi skim milk and çhocolate chips cinnamon. moist and yummy.. can't wait to bake another.
WS 1 Oct
Not as good as real banana bread but so much easier, faster and easier it doesn’t matter. Also, the longer you keep it tightly wrapped in your frig,the better it gets!
Hey 27 Sep
It was soft and moist, thee best banana bread I’ve ever had to be honest.
Imre K. 2 Sep
Great, ill make iT again
Marybeth S. 29 Aug
Really liked it moist and delicious😋
Amy 27 Aug
This was a hit for the girls school lunch boxes! I added 100g 70% cocoa choc chips into the loaf. Will certainly make again.
... 26 Aug
Followed the directions exactly. Very blan. Moist and healthy but little taste. Would not make this bread again without altering the recipe, a lot.
Saadia H 15 Aug
Very yummy and healthy. Highly recommend it . And it’s also very very easy to make!
Ileana Valencia 12 Aug
super delicious and kids loved it!!!!
Sarah 6 Aug
I loved it! It tastes great and makes you feel so healthy!
Mrs. Colón 4 Aug
Love it! I make it all the time for a snack!
BLESSING 1 Jul
i added Walnut, and went half honey, half Maple syrup. It was Soo good!
Traci 30 Jun
Really really good and moist - love the texture. I added walnuts and chocolate chips and baked in a bundt pan. Was a low bundt but came out great!
Darlene 23 Jun
Very moist and delicious!
Em 20 Jun
Love this ! I added shredded coconut to mine , next time will add a bit of cinnamon.
Adele M. 19 Jun
Easy to do. Great for a quick breakfast or snack
Christina Thompson 13 Jun
Fabulous! I added choc chips & hemp hearts on top
Winterstein 7 Jun
I made this using a Kitchen Aid mixer instead of a blender (I don't have a particularly good blender) and it was wonderful! It ate a bit more like a dense baked oatmeal, but sliced like a bread and the flavor was really delicious. Mine needed about 10 minutes longer to fully cook, but that might have been the altered consistency. I'm tempted to buy a high-powered blender just so I can try out the other flourless bread recipes she has on her blog!
Stacey Croley 7 Jun
It was chewy and not too sweet. I only had a little pure maple syrup so I used regular pancake syrup for that and it didn’t seem to hurt anything. I also used an immersion blender and added cinnamon and Chinese five spice. Next time I’ll probably add walnuts.
Stassen 4 Jun
Very easy to make and yum :-)