If you’ve been around awhile, you know I’ve posted quite a few banana bread recipes. You can find them here and here. So, why not try another banana bread recipe?
Earlier this week I suddenly had a craving for hard boiled eggs. I therefore hardboiled ALL my eggs. Who knows why I sometimes over – do these kinds of things. Therefore, today when my 3-year old asked if we could make banana bread, I realized that I quickly needed to find a new recipe that did not include eggs.
The recipe I came up with was inspired by this No Milk and No Eggs Banana Bread recipe from Just a Pinch. I added a few of my own variations. I was pleasantly surprised to see how moist this cake was! The only difference I can see is that the batter is much more thick – but that doesn’t bother me.
This banana bread recipe is not too banana-y or not too sweet. I love it and will be making it again! I especially like that I can make it if we have friends over who have an egg allergy. Winner!
No Milk and No Eggs Banana Bread Recipe
from Lynette’s Kitchen @ Cleverly Simple
2 Cups All Purpose Flour
2 tsp Baking Powder
1/4 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
2 Large Mashed Bananas
1/3 Cup White Sugar
1/3 Cup Brown Sugar
1/3 Cup Melted Butter
1/2 tsp Vanilla
1. Mix dry ingredients together. Set aside.
2. Mash bananas. Add melted butter, sugar and vanilla. Stir and mix well.
3. Incorporate dry ingredients. (The batter will be thick.)
4. Add batter to greased bread pan.
5. Bake in pre-heated oven at 350 Fahrenheit for 50 minutes.
The batter is thicker than most banana bread recipe batters. Don’t worry, it turns out great!
Once the batter is in the bread pan, sprinkle the top with a little brown sugar. Yum!
Comments & Reviews
Thank you for this.
Do you think this recipe will work with oranges instead of bananas?
Amy Z says
Could you use the batter to make cupcakes instead of in a loaf pan?
Absolutely! You will just need to adjust your baking time.
In your description, you said you can make this for those with a milk allergy but your recipe includes butter which those with a milk allergy cannot consume either. Just wanted to let you know before you make this for them.
Hi Robert, thanks for pointing that out. I’ve updated the recipe.
Great banana bread! I did want to clarify however, people with a milk allergy still cannot have this as it has melted butter… I have substituted oil for the butter and it still comes out great, just add a pinch of salt!
This was really good, it’s the second recipe I’ve tried without milk or eggs and I like this one best. I added some brown sugar on top as suggested and added a few chopped walnuts.
The brown sugar on top is always my favorite, too. Glad you enjoyed it!
My bread is in the oven now. Can’t wait to taste it. I’m allergic to eggs and I’ve missed breads like this. Do you think this recipe would work with zucchini?
Mmmmm…banana bread sounds really good right now! So what recipe has been your all-time favorite? Which one would be best to try?
To be honest, they’ve all run together! 🙂 I did like making this one with no eggs, because then the 3-year old could be a part of it at every step and I didn’t worry about him licking his fingers. This recipe was just so easy. And I liked that it doesn’t have as much sugar as other recipes.