- 225 grams plain flour
- 3 teaspoons baking soda (bicarb), (heaped)
- 100 grams brown sugar
- 3 teaspoons mixed spice, or you can use cinnamon
- 3 bananas, ripe and broken into 2-3 parts
- 75 grams olive oil, can use other vegetable oils
- 50 grams dried fruit or nuts, (optional)
Set your oven at 200 degrees celcius
Place your bananas with olive oil into the jug- Speed 5 for 3 seconds
Add all other ingredients (except for dried fruit and nuts if you are using them). - Speed 5 for 3 seconds, then use a spatula to scrape the sides of the bowl
Speed 5 for a further 10 seconds to ensure good combining but be sure not to overmix.
Add any other ingredients and use the spatula to stil through.
This mixture is quite thick. Pour it into a prepared tin and into the oven for 20 minutes initially. If the loaf is browning, cover with foil and bake for a further 40 minutes (approximately).
When cooked, wait until the bread is cool before slicing.
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You can use self raising flour in place of plain flour, and reduce the baking soda to 2 teaspoons.
I like to make this recpie with walnuts, a great combination with the banana
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