Vegan Banana Bread

Nutrient dense Banana Bread for an afternoon snack! This is a Nutritarian take on a traditional dish where we have replaced the low nutrient flour with nutrient-packed whole food goodness and mouth watering flavors! This bread fully qualifies as Nutritarian, Vegan SOS Free (No animal products, salt, sugar, or oil), Vegetarian, and gluten free. Spread on a little homemade almond or cashew butter and you will cry tears of rapturous joy as food angels descend from heaven.


Banana Bread:
2 cups oat flour
2 cups mashed banana (preferably overripe)
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 Tbsp cinnamon
1/4 cup finely chopped dates
2 Tbsp flax seed powder + 6 tbsp water
1-2 Tbsp sesame seeds

Preheat oven to 365
Mix flax with water. Mash bananas well. Combine and add dates.
Mix all dry ingredients together. Mix in wet ingredients with dry and pour in bread pan, then add sesame seeds on top. Bake for 35-40 minutes until golden brown on top.


8 Comments Add yours

  1. Mark says:

    Thank you


  2. Dolly Galbreath says:

    Mrs. Dalton,
    I just wanted to take a moment to thank you so much for your generosity. I discovered your post from watching you tube videos about whole plant based diets. I have enjoyed your information the most. I find myself going back to the information you have provided on your website over and over again. Your recipies and suggestions are so good. Thank you so much.


    1. Jill Dalton says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m glad I can help🤗


  3. Jackie says:

    Jill, I just really love what you are doing here. I love your website presentation, and your personal presentation is so easy to follow. I feel healthier just by listening to you.


    1. Jill Dalton says:

      Thank you Jackie.That is so kind🤗


  4. Shannon Poellmann says:

    I baked this bread today. Although I didn’t have oat flour, I used spelt flour. It is good and has a nice flavor and not too sweet.
    I baked the bread in a bundt pan to avoid a n uncooked middle yet the bread is still quite soft borderline wet. I used a toothpick to test for doneness but it is still almost underdone. Do you have any suggestions how I can avoid this in the future?
    I am new to eating vegan/plant based meals but enjoying the change very much! I am feeling better physically as well as mentally with clearer thinking. Thank you for your recipes!


    1. Jill Dalton says:

      I’m so glad you are feeling better eating this way. My suggestion for the bread is to maybe add 1/4 cup of coconut flour because it has a tendency to dry things out or just bake it longer. 🤗


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