Ladies & Gentlemen,
I do not know how much food you have in your kitchen at the moment, but I know that sometimes I find too many things lying around. As I mentioned in my previous posts, I have recently participated to this food school with children. As the result of it, we were talking a lot about the food waste. Obviously, now I am starting to notice more & more things around me that could be used a bit more wisely.
Happily, I am really excited about this new project of trying to be as much sustainable as I can. This simple Tuesday of the July I have found myself in the kitchen cleaning. Suddenly, I saw those ripe bananas on my table. I also checked the clock & saw that I could easily make something simple, quick & delicious here.
As the consequence, Easy Buckwheat Banana Bread recipe by Vero has been created. My apartment is still smelling amazingly & I am happy to be sharing this little secret of a delicious treat with you.
Firstly, get ready your bowl & all the mixing pots. Preheat the oven & put some good music on. I am a strong believer that good music helps the vibes & the mood. At the end of the day is how you spend your time towards the destination. Isn´t it?
Secondly, I would say that some good coffee could be a very good helper here. This easy buckwheat banana bread is a simple & good treat for your morning, dessert & a cup of coffee time.
Finally, you know what they say: “Keep calm & put your apron on!”. The time of freshness & mixing the pastry together has come. Here we do not need to waste neither time nor ingredients. So, if you have some leftovers of nuts, raisins or anything else that could go well together with the bread, feel free to grab it.
- 3 ripe medium size bananas
- 1 1/2 cups buckwheat flour
- 1/3 cup melted coconut oil/ghee
- 1/3 or 1/2 cup raw coconut sugar sugar (it all depends on how sweet you want it)
- 1 large organic egg (whisked well with a fork)
- 1 tsp dried yeast
- pinch of salt
- OPTIONAL: you can add some nuts, raisins, coconut flakes (by the preference). I added some raisins & coconut flakes to mine this time.
- Preheat oven to 180C/350F.
- Mash the bananas with the fork.
- Whisk the egg very well so it gets foamy.
- Add all the ingredients into one bowl & mix them well.
- The bread is ready to go to the oven for around 30 minutes.
- Enjoy the smell & the taste!!!
Remember that #atveros is so happy to see your creations. For this time just keep enjoying it! 🙂
With Lots of Love from Vero #atveros