I used to think the stockpile of ripe bananas that’s ever-present on our counter accumulated by accident, but I know myself better than that now. I overbuy intentionally, because my subconscious is craving healthy Oatmeal Banana Bread.
This recipe is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill.
This wholesome banana bread is perfect for busy, on-the-go mornings and happy afternoon snacks.
It has a subtle, cozy amount of cinnamon, the banana flavor is pleasant and present, but not overpowering. You can fold in walnuts or chocolate chips if you like.
The texture is spot-on too. It’s filling, moist, and hearty, without being dense.
This easy banana oat bread recipe is good for you too.
Thanks to my subconscious’ dedication to banana bread, I’ve baked dozens (hundreds?) of loaves of banana bread over the years. At least one dozen went into the testing of a very special banana bread recipe that will be in my upcoming cookbook.
Other documented banana bread favorites include Zucchini Banana Bread, Pumpkin Banana Bread, Paleo Banana Bread, and this classic Healthy Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips, to name but a few. Don’t even get me started on the collection of banana muffins (Healthy Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins, Chocolate Banana Muffins…).
No matter how many banana bread recipes I bake, every loaf has something special about it that makes it worthy of the time and ingredients that I (and more importantly, you) take to make it. This oatmeal banana bread is no exception.