Great recipe! I only had two bananas so I made a half batch (and put in a muffin tray), but kept the applesauce and baking soda at their full amounts. I used GF flour and added a little bit of cinnamon. They are so light, fluffy and moist, and not crumbly at all like a typical GF muffins. I will definitely make these again!
I doubled the recipe using only 7 bananas because that is what I had. Split it in between a regular bread tin and 3 minis, all heavily sprayed with coconut oil spray from trader joes. Took out the minis around 28 minutes, then covered the large one with foil and let it cook another 25 minutes. Was totally perfect-not chewy or over cooked. Loved that this recipe did not require dairy or oils! Will for sure use again.
I made a few tweaks after reading through the comments and the bread turned out moist, flavorful, delicious, and without the dark crust on the edges. With my tweaks I ended up with two loaves which I baked in disposable pans at the same time for 50 minutes. Perfection!
Very moist! I added almost a cup of finely chopped walnuts with no loss of loft. Slight baking powder flavor echo, so I will try using 3/4 the amount of bp next time, and then maybe half the time after that. Easy peasy recipe, and quite yummy!!!
- 2 cups whole wheat flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
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