Honey Banana Bread Recipe

This honey banana bread recipe is another low sugar and more healthy upgrade from the easy banana bread recipe. Using honey instead of sugar gives your banana bread a different taste.

For This Honey Banana Bread Recipe You Will Need:

- 2 1/3 cups of mashed overripe bananas
- 2 cups of all-purpose flour
- 3 tbs of honey
- 1/2 cup of melted butter
- 2 beaten eggs
- 1 teaspoon of baking soda
- a little salt

1. Before you begin start you oven and set it to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) so it will he hot and ready when you need it. You can also grease your banana bread pan.

2. The take a large bowl an throw in all the flour, baking soda and salt. Take another bowl and mix (you can use stick hand blender) in (in this order) melted butter and honey, eggs and at the end mashed bananas. You should have nice end even mixture when you are finished. Now pour the mixture into first bowl and stir.

3. Fill banana bread pan with your honey banana bread batter and put it in the oven to bake for 60 to 65 minutes. You can test if it is done by sticking a knife in your honey banana bread and when it comes out clean, you are OK.

This was your honey banana bread recipe. Enjoy!


29.01.2008. 06:34

Comments

Zorin 15.09.2009. 15:41

I just made this and forgot the sugar. Oh wellz, bring on the Smuckers!?!?

wendy 06.03.2010. 14:21

just printed this recipe and it is in the oven as i email u.i did add dried cranberries to this , i love cranberries. next time i am going to add 1 tbsp peanut butter, i have used that in a banana bread recipe. also could u give me a temp conversion , i have a convection oven and it cooks faster

happy easter from northern manitoba

amanda 08.10.2010. 19:53

what happens if i forget to add bakingsoda??

dereck 25.10.2010. 01:38

@amanda, the bread will not rise, it will be flatter...

Veronica Crites 04.12.2010. 14:47

It doesnt call for sugar silly

rose 04.04.2011. 14:00

i didn't start mixing yet, but wondering what size pan i should use?

Tiffany 17.04.2011. 19:56

So, no one has said if this recipe is any good. Can someone post what they thought of this recipe compared to others they may have tried?
....Curious...Thanks a bunch:)

Catherine 20.06.2011. 20:47

I love the banana bread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

marian 11.10.2011. 22:09

this is an excellent recipe! i used whole wheat flour and it's still moist. i also substituted olive oil for butter and i like how little honey (not to mention no sugar) it calls for.
i've made banana bread from different recipes for years and this one is as good as any. i use walnuts.

Peter 28.01.2012. 15:17

Hi,
I used spelt flour instead of regular wheat, I used coconut oil instead of butter, and I added a little stevia powder (Stevia in the Raw) - like a couple tablespoons. Turned out very well! Yum. Actually, could have done without the extra stevia - especially if using nearly brown bananas - but it was for a group of people who are maybe used to the intense sweetness of regular desserts.

TT 08.04.2012. 15:30

This is an excellent recipe. If I didn't make it I would have never known there was no sugar in it. Definitely will make again.

Chef Mel 12.05.2012. 17:24

To the first comment. - there is no sugar in this recipe- the honey takes its place. To the author of this recipe. You really need to read through your recipes before posting to make sure the directions make sense. And that the spelling is used in the correct way.
But great bread! :)

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