September 1, 2018

eggless banana dates bread loaf | how to bake banana bread without eggs | eggless banana bread with olive oil

Here is another bread recipe which I baked using ripe bananas with dates combination. I have already posted lots of eggless banana bread recipes in the blog and this is another eggless version which I`m sharing with step by step pictures. I have used yoghurt, olive oil in the recipe and mainly dates.

Coming to the recipe details, Dates are already sweet in taste, ripen bananas also sweet in taste so, if you don`t want too sweet better reduce the sugar amount and as usual you can replace the olive oil with butter or vegetable oil. Personally, I prefer olive oil for baking, so it is depended on their personal choice. Yoghurt, dates, ripe bananas made the bread soft, moist and olive oil gave a light texture to the bread. Overall, one of the easiest yet tastiest bread recipe to use ripen bananas instead of wasting and make out a nice breakfast.
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Category- baking | banana | bread | dates | eggless | raisins | breakfast
bananas -3
yoghurt-1/2 cup
olive oil-1/2 cup
vanilla essence-1 teaspoon
sugar-1/2 cup
baking powder-1 teaspoon
cinnamon powder-1/2 teaspoon
baking soda-1/2 teaspoon
salt-1/2 teaspoon
wheat flour-1 1/4 cups
raisins-1/4 cup
dates-1/4 cup
Mash bananas in a mixing bowl, add wet ingredients one by one (yoghurt, olive oil, vanilla essence ) and mix well.
Add sugar, baking powder, cinnamon powder, baking soda, salt, flour and mix well everything.
Add now raisins, dates, and mix gently. Preheat oven to 180-degree centigrade. Take a loaf pan, apply butter or oil inside the tin, dust with flour. 
Pout the batter into the tin, spread it evenly and place this in the oven. Let it bake for 30-40 minutes then check out with a toothpick. If the toothpick comes out clean it means the bread is baked perfectly, so turn off the oven. Oven timings and capacity are different from each one so as per your oven quality, bake the bread check around after 20 minutes then for every 10 minutes to confirm whether it baked or not.
Rest the bread at room temperature and serve later.

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