Oatmeal Blueberry Banana Bread Recipe-Step By Step Guide

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Oatmeal Blueberry Banana Bread Recipe-Step By Step Guide:- Oatmeal Blueberry Banana Bread with less sugar added. If you like blueberries and bananas together, you’ll love this moist, fluffy banana bread with berries all over it.

 

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Oatmeal Blueberry Banana Bread Recipe-Step By Step Guide

  • I adapted my Blueberry Oatmeal Banana Muffins into a loaf for those who enjoy quick breads.
  • In case you haven’t tried the muffins, this recipe yields a fluffy, moist, lightly sweet banana bread. It’s dairy-free, low-fat, and a healthy treat.

 

  • I created the recipe to blend banana bread and blueberry muffins into one delectable delicacy.
  • The bread is sweetened largely with ripe bananas and a little pure maple syrup because I usually make with little additional sugar.
  • Check out my Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffin Bread with Streusel Topping if you want a really rich blueberry treat!

Ingredients for Blueberry Banana Oat Bread:

Rolled Oats: We use a high-speed mixer to blend some old-fashioned oats into our own whole grain oat flour.

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This oat flour can be used instead of all-purpose flour to make a thick banana bread that tastes great with nuts.

You can use instant or quick oats instead of rolled oats, but I like the taste of rolled oats better. I use sprouted oats that are free of gluten and pesticide.

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Ripe Bananas: Mashed bananas add moisture, volume, and sweetness to this dish. Use extra-ripe bananas with brown spots since they provide most of the sweetness.

Eggs: The bread has a lovely texture thanks to the two whole eggs that are added. Since you have time, take the eggs out of the fridge 10 minutes before you start the process to let them warm up.

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Avocado Oil: I’ve baked this bread without avocado oil and it still turned out fine, but I like it better with a little oil to make it more moist. This makes the appearance the best. You can melt either ⅓ cup of butter or olive oil if you’d rather.

Pure Maple Syrup: Using pure maple syrup, this healthier banana bread recipe is refined sugar-free and low in added sugar.

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The nutrition card below shows that banana bread has a lot of sugar per slice. Ripe bananas are to blame.

To your heart’s content, add any granulated sugar to banana bread. Start with 2–4 tablespoons of cane, brown, coconut, or sugar-free sweetener and modify as needed.

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Baking Powder, Baking Soda, Apple Cider Vinegar: The leavening agents in this case. Baking soda and baking powder both give the banana bread its rise and make the golden brown layer on top. We know we’re getting the right chemical reaction when we mix baking soda with an acid like lemon juice or apple cider vinegar.

Sea Salt & Ground Cinnamon: Cinnamon gives that deliciously warmly spiced flavor that we all love so much in traditional banana bread, and salt enriches all of the elements that are already there in the bread.

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Fresh Blueberries: Each slice of banana bread is adorned with a sprinkling of luscious blueberries, which results in a delectable and invigoratingly fresh food. There is also the option of using frozen blueberries; however, it is recommended that you defrost them first because they have a tendency to retain more water.

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Recipe Adaptations:

  • If, like me, you are a chocolate enthusiast, you are more than welcome to substitute up to one cup of chocolate chips for the blueberries or add them in addition to using them.
  • You can add ⅔ to 1 cup of chopped walnuts or pecans to the recipe if you prefer banana nut bread.
  • Add between two and four tablespoons of brown sugar, ordinary cane sugar, or sugar-free sweetener of your choosing to the banana bread recipe in order to make it sweeter.
  • The raisins, dried cranberries, or other dried fruit should be added in the amount of ⅛ cup to ⅔ cup.
  • If you already have oat flour in your kitchen, you may use that to replace the whole oats by measuring out a scant two cups (just under two cups).
  • Prepare my Gluten-Free Blueberry Banana Bread if you favor utilizing gluten-free flours rather than oats in your baking options.
  • You can prepare my Vegan Oatmeal Banana Bread and replace the chocolate chips with blueberries for a vegan alternative. Alternatively, you can keep the chocolate chips in the bread because it’s a party.

So let’s bake a loaf of bread now that we know what we need.

How to Make Oatmeal Blueberry Banana Bread:

Setting the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and putting parchment paper in a 9″ x 5″ loaf pan shall do. If you don’t have parchment paper, you can also use cooking spray on the pan.

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Put the oats in a high-powered blender. Blend on high for 30 seconds, or until a flour forms. Mash the bananas in a big bowl until they’re smooth and creamy. Add the apple cider vinegar, vanilla extract, and avocado oil, and mix them together with a whisk until everything is well mixed.

The baking powder, baking soda, sea salt, cinnamon, and oat flour should be added last. Add the dry ingredients to the wet ones and mix them together until a thick batter forms. Place the bread pan on the middle rack of a hot oven and cover it with aluminum foil. Bake for 40 minutes

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. Take the bread out of the oven, take off the foil, and bake it for another 20 to 35 minutes without the foil. This will make it bake for a total of 60 to 75 minutes. That’s all there is to it! This is a healthy blueberry banana bread recipe that will make your home feel cozy and warm. Make it for a sweet treat, healthy breakfast, or snack.

 

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