This is so moist and energy packed.  You can reduce the sugar content based on your personal taste. Eat it with a scoop of Chocolate Banana Vegan Ice Cream or a cup of tea and a book!

 

Ingredients

3/8 cup sunflower oil (or safflower or coconut...)(cup 1⁄2 cup)

3/4 sugar (of your choice)

4 ripe bananas 

1 tsp vanilla

2 Tbsp. flax meal (ground flax)

7 Tbsp. water

1 1/2 cups flour (if you use a whole grain flour, you may need less flour-check the consistency. The desire is for a thick pourable batter)

1 tsp. baking soda

1/2 tsp salt (fine salt, but type doesn't matter)

Optional: Nuts (walnuts, pecans or macadamia, etc.), and/or vegan chocolate (or carob) chips

 

mix OIL AND SUGAR TOGETHER

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Mash up the bananas with a potato masher or a fork.  I don't want an extra bowl to clean, so I do this in the same bowl.

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Combine water and flax together in a small pot and warm up.  Stir Occasionally for about 3 mins., until the mixture is gloopie and resembles the consistency of an egg. This will be your egg replacer.

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Mix in the ingredients (Then after this add flour. don't go crazy. justmix in well).

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Optional: stir in the nuts and chocolate at this point.

Pour into your oiled/floured pan

Put in the oven

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Cook for about an hour.  

The timing changes depending on the level of brownness you prefer and the baking dish you use.  The thinner the layer of batter, the less time the bread needs to be cooked.  I made mine in a square baking dish and it took a little less than an hour.  

The timing changes depending on the level of brownness you prefer and the baking dish you use.  The thinner the layer of batter, the less time the bread needs to be cooked.  I made mine in a square baking dish and it took a little less than an hour.  

Uh...Oh so fluffy!

 
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