Spice Recipe Review: Post Punk Kitchen Vegan Banana Bread


























I am often making banana bread due to my children's waxing and waning interest in bananas. Though I have not been baking much, the three brown organic bananas on my counter were just calling to be transformed into banana bread. Today was my son's first day back at preschool and they were going to celebrate his birthday, so I decided to send in banana muffins instead of cupcakes. The kids loved them. With the remaining batter, I added cranberries and chocolate chips and baked a mini loaf. Yum!

Post Punk Kitchen Vegan Banana Bread Recipe (Review)
Quick breads are so simple and easy to make, but without eggs, mine were often undercooked in the middle. I couldn't figure it out. I was on the hunt until I found the recipe at Post Punk Kitchen. It is aaaaa-mazing. Not too sweet, moist, cooks evenly, works well with additions. Try it out here. I give this recipe 10 thumbs up!

I of course like playing with recipes for mine I replaced the 2 cups of flour with:
  • 1/2 cup of oat flour (take old fashioned oats and pulsed them in a food processor until they are a flour-like consistency)
  • 1/2 cup of spelt flour
  • 1 cup unbleached all purpose flour
I also used vegan evaporated cane sugar which sometimes ends up being too granulely for baked goods, but it worked out perfectly. I added about 1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips and 3/4 cup of cranberries. You could also add walnuts or pecans. Happy baking!

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