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Delicious! I did not add the walnuts b/c the kids do not like them in their banana bread but that was my only change. Great flavor super moist and the best part is that it is a healthier version of the original which I'm always on the lookout for. This is a definite keeper in my house YUM! Thanks for sharing.:)
This banana bread is amazing! I substituted natural applesauce for the yogurt just for preference and had to cook it a little longer. I love that it doesn't have refined sugar and uses whole wheat. Thank you for this recipe!
I ve been searching for a banana bread recipe that includes whole wheat flour less refined sugar yogurt and lots of banana. I finally found it! The only changes I made were to use maple syrup in place of honey and more butter in place of coconut oil. It takes about 70 minutes total in my oven and I judge doneness by using an instant read thermometer to test when it reaches 190 degrees F. This bread is moist and delicious and is now in my regular rotation of healthier snacks for the kids. Great recipe!
I love that this uses whole wheat flour yogurt and honey. The flavor is really wonderful. I used 3 bananas and only a cup of walnuts. I didn't care for walnuts in this so I will not use them again. I did add 1/2 c. coconut which I will do again. My mistakes include substituting baking powder (because I didn't think my baking soda as fizzy enough in the pretest) without adding an acid/lemon/vinegar to make up for the switch and forgetting my melted oil and butter until the end. While it passed the tooth pick test the loaf was dense and didn't raise as much as I would have liked. Seeing though that I think this is a great recipe and I will make it again (properly) because it really is a healthier route to a great taste. thanks for a great recipe.
I had to make a few changes but it turned out great. My son is allergic to eggs so we did the "baking soda and vinegar" substitute. I also only had regular yogurt instead of greek. The walnuts was only in the oven for about 10 minutes when they started to over bake so I did not like the taste of them in the bread. Other than that the taste of the bread itself was amazing!
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