Healthy 5-Ingredient Flourless Banana Bread Recipe | Yummly

Healthy 5-Ingredient Flourless Banana Bread

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  • 3 bananas (medium ripe)
  • 2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium6% DV140mg
    Fat3% DV2g
    Protein8% DV4g
    Carbs8% DV25g
    Fiber12% DV3g
    Calories130Calories from Fat20
    Total Fat2g3%
    Saturated Fat0g0%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat20
    Total Carbohydrate25g8%
    Dietary Fiber3g12%
    Vitamin A2%
    Vitamin C6%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    hardman 2 days ago
    Quick, easy and delicious!
    Healthy for sure but I found it too dry. Will add yoghurt or milk maybe to the next batch!
    Jessy Banninga 15 days ago
    Agree with everyone else, add vanilla and salt to the recipe. I've made it once with chocolate chips + walnuts, and once with fresh blueberries. The former turned out amazing, while the second one was understandably soggy and should have baked for longer. Live and learn! It is still tasty and I could eat half the loaf alone in one day if I let myself!
    Johnny 16 days ago
    Added vanilla and salt. DELICIOUS!!!
    Caron 23 days ago
    I added salt, vanilla, and cinnamon and chopped dates and it tastes good but not like banana bread I am used to It didn’t really rise so its very dense but very moist
    Markle 25 days ago
    Added about two tsp vanilla and a dash of salt, baked in small muffin tin for 15 min. Came out really well! Tastes less like banana bread and more like banana baked oatmeal (which is more than fine by me!). A good healthier snack to satisfy my sweets craving.
    Big Ray a month ago
    Had to leave it in the oven for an additional 10-12 minutes (47 minutes, total). It needs a few dashes of salt as well as a touch of vanilla and cinnamon if I make it again.
    Heidi a month ago
    Needs modifications. This recipe has potential, but not in its current form in my opinion. IF I made it again, which I'm not sure I will, it needs salt added to the recipe. It is quite tasteless otherwise. 1/2 of the recipe I put in vanilla and cinnamon like people said to do, that one is ok/edible, but again it really needed salt (and we are not even big salt people) Also, so you are not surprised, if you cook it in a regular bread pan it comes out at about 1.5 inches high, so it is a very short loaf. What I did love is, we are doing Noom, and this recipe is mostly GREEN, which helps a lot. That's what made me look at it in the first place. It is filling when you eat it, it does not leave you hungry, so that's also a positive. Because we are doing Noom, I may try this recipe again with unsweetened applesauce or something like that. It needs something, but I'm not sure what. Oh, I did NOT find this recipe dry at all, mine was moist, so that too is a real plus. So I MIGHT make it again.
    Judit G. a month ago
    Really nice healthy recipe. Great flavor
    Lora Kriete a month ago
    Dense. I should have added cinnamon, vanilla, and maybe some applesauce. It is a good recipe and I liked putting it in the blender. I also liked that it used oats. This one is a keeper with some slight mods.
    Rebecca Knohl 2 months ago
    This was great! Added 1/2 tsp each vanilla and cinnamon and 1/4 cup chocolate chips. It was all gone in hours.
    Schwarb 2 months ago
    It was fantastic!!! Not overly sweet and super moist!!! I did add cinnamon and vanilla and a dash of nutmeg! This is the 2nd time in 2 weeks I’ve made it - didn’t last 2 days!!
    Madison Redmill 2 months ago
    Not the best flourless recipe I’ve come across. Texture was not great (very chewy), and aftertaste was strange. Could have been my own ingredients, but I followed the recipe to a T other than substituting syrup for honey
    Cyndi G. 2 months ago
    This was excellent!! I added 1/2 tsp vanilla and cinnamon because I always add those items when I bake! I will definitely make this again!
    Hello 2 months ago
    Easy & Delicious, it would be nice to put some nut to make more textures in it :-) i would definitely make it again!
    Nicole S. 2 months ago
    I make this bread often. Love it! I use honey rather than maple syrup and line my loaf pan with parchment paper rather than spray otherwise as written.
    Valentina Desideri 2 months ago
    Super nice, I added some black sesame, almond and walnuts powder to the mix, some cinnamon and some brown sugar 👌🏻✨
    CJ 2 months ago
    Very good for something WO flour
    Donna susteras 2 months ago
    Not as good as with flour
    Jim VP 2 months ago
    I like the simplicity of the recipe but up in the mountains, it turned out a bit crumbly and bland. Needed more sweetener and baking soda with a bit of salt.
    Dianna 2 months ago
    Delicious 😋 I did use honey instead of maple syrup because I didn’t have any on hand. I also added an apple,some cinnamon and vanilla extract!! Love this recipe!
    Jacey 2 months ago
    It was really good. One more banana could’ve been used. It was quick and moist. 30 minutes was the perfect time for me :)
    Laurène Floch 2 months ago
    First banana bread I do and I love it so much. Stopped baking it at 30min because I wanted it a bit moist, wasn’t disappointed. Added just a few cinnamon powder and vanilla extract 👌🏼
    Laura Elkington 3 months ago
    Soo good and guilt free!
    Kyla 3 months ago
    I didn't know where my normal loaf pan was so I just used my little one and got one loaf (baked for 25 minutes) and one short loaf (baked for about 23 minutes?). The banana bread was nice, but it was sort of lacking in flavour (which might have been my fault, cuz I didnt have exactly 3 bananas) so I spread a bit of nutella on it and it was delicious! I also used large flake oats instead of rolled and it worked great. I will try and make it again with a full 3 bananas and my normal loaf pan.
    Lisa 3 months ago
    This recipe is easy and so good when I’m craving baked goods and need gluten free. Most GF recipes taste gritty but not this one. I added Lilly’s sugar free chocolate chips and walnuts, and needed to bake for 40 minutes. This recipe is not overly sweet and I enjoyed having a healthy alternative!
    Sharmy 4 months ago
    Added a handful of walnuts, dates instead of maple syrup and dark choc chips. It was amazing!
    Eollyn 4 months ago
    It's super easy to make and very tasty. I just added a bit of powdered sugar on top since it wasn't very sweet. Next time I'll place some walnuts inside and I think it will be a bomb.
    Maria 4 months ago
    Love it! Made it in a bigger tin and doubled the ingredients, baked for 30 minutes and it came out perfect. So frickin delicious
    LaDella W. 4 months ago
    it was okay i guess..yes i would make it again

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