One Bowl Banana Bread with Chocolate Chip (Dairy-Free)
This super easy and quick One Bowl Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is a delicious way to use ripe bananas. Perfect for breakfast, tea time or as a sweet treat!
Course: afternoon tea, Breakfast, Snack
Author: A Baking Journey
3small Bananas, very ripeor 2 medium size bananas
40gr (3 tbsp)Brown Sugar
120ml (1/2 cup)Canola Oilor your preferred Cooking Oil
150gr (1 cup)Plain / All Purpose Flour
1 1/2tspBaking Powder
50gr (1/4 cup)Chocolate Chip or Chunks - or to taste(Dairy-Free Chocolate if required)
Preheat your oven on 170'C / 335'F. Grease and Flour (1) a Loaf Pan and set aside.
In a large bowl, mash the ripe Bananasuntil smooth. Whisk in the Eggs.
Add the Brown Sugar, then the Canola Oil and Vanilla Extract. Whisk until combined.
Sift in all the dry ingredients: Plain Flour, Baking Powder, Salt and Cinnamon Powder. Whisk until smooth - the batter will be rather liquid, it's normal.
Fold in the Chocolate Chips or Chunks and pour the cake batter in the loaf pan.
Bake for 40 to 50 minutes (2).
Optional: to help the cake open up in the middle, remove the cake from the oven after 15 minutes and use a sharp knife to score the top. Place it back in the oven to finish baking.
Leave to cool down in the pan for 10 to 15 minutes, then transfer over a cooling rack until completely cool.
This is to make sure the loaf comes out easily. Use a Cooking Spray (or some oil with a paper towel) to grease the loaf pan, then sprinkle some flour over it. Move and rotate the pan to coat it with the flour, then flip it over and tap it against the work surface to remove any excess flour.
To know the cake is ready, prick a skewer in the center of the cake. You should see a few small crumbs on the skewer (because we want a very moist cake). If you see liquid batter on the skewer, it means it is not ready yet.
Recipe provided by "A Baking Journey" - https://www.abakingjourney.com