When life gives you ripe bananas, make banana bread. Or something like that. At least that’s what I did. I hate wasting food so if somethings about to go bad there is always a use for it. Old veggies in soup, ripe bananas in baked goods, stale bread in bread pudding. The options are endless.
I’ll admit, this recipe was quite literally something I just threw together and hoped would turn out okay. I mashed up one banana, added some vanilla, a splash of milk, sugar, flower, baking powder, and chocolate chunks and voila. A super easy loaf perfect for lunch or afternoon tea.
Now, normally I would give you guys a recipe as well but I’ll be honest I really did just throw a bunch of things together and hoped for the best, so I don’t have exact measurements. BUT! I can make a list and a few approximations for measurements in case you guys want to try recreating it on your own.
In addition, if I were to have extra chocolate on hand I totally would have drizzled some on top but unfortunately, I was out. But you could definitely try and see how it works for you.
1 ripe banana, mashed
1 tsp vanilla
2 tbls soy milk
pinch of salt
1 tsp baking powder
3/4 cup sugar
1 cup flour
1 tbls coconut oil
vegan friendly chocolate chunks
Mix everything together and bake at 350f for 25-35 mins. Serve with non-dairy milk and enjoy!