I have so many bookmarked banana recipes, but when it comes to finding them - Can I find them, of course not, then I find myself making another Banana Bread.
This time with the addition of dessicated Coconut and Coconut Sugar and guess what it happens to be vegan too. D thought the bread looked dry and suggested that he may want put some jam or sunflower spread on it, but I had to disagree with him. I thought it was plenty moist and to prove my point even further, I took some into work for some colleagues to try and they sided with me, but he wasn't haven't any of it - we agreed to differ.
I think the coconut sugar gave the banana bread a caramel colouring as it looks like it is made with wholemeal flour. I assure you it is not, the coconut sugar also imparted a little caramel flavour, or maybe I was just imagining that.
This Banana and Coconut Bread is adapted from a recipe by Jack Monroe's A Girl Called Jack. You can find the original recipe here. I made some little tweaks, but nothing that is going to make me claim this recipe as mine as it is not, it has been adapted albeit a little. I had two ripe bananas, I used coconut sugar and I stirred in some dessicated coconut, and omitted the cinnamon from the original recipe, that is it.
I am sharing a generous slice of this Banana and Coconut Bread with Healthy Vegan Fridays by Rock My Vegan Socks and V Nutrition; and also sharing this with #CookBlogShare hosted by Hijacked by Twins.
Other Vegan Banana recipes you will find on my blog
Tiger (Marble) Cakes
Blueberry Banana Muffins
Chocolate Banana Bundt Cake
Darjeeling Tea Pecan Banana Loaf
Green Valley Elvis Smoothie
Raw Raspberry Ice-cream or Raspberry Mousse
The Best Elvis Presley Bagel