• Serves 4
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 8 Ingredients


A delicious banana bread recipe without using eggs!

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 400 grams Ripe bananas
  • 400 grams All purpose flour
  • 300 grams Milk
  • 80 grams Coconut oil
  • 100 grams Sweetener of your choice (I used agave nectar)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 100 grams Walnuts
  • 2 Tbsp Baking powder


  1. Combine 3 bananas in a bowl and mash with a fork. Add in all your wet ingredients to this; milk, oil, vanilla, agave nectar.
  2. In another bowl add in your flour, baking powder and walnuts and stir.
  3. Next add your dry ingredients to your wet mixture and stir until well combined. Add your mixture to a baking tray and cook for 25 minutes or until the top is slightly golden.

  • This recipe is easy and the bread is so good. I have made it once already and it didn’t last too long as it was too tasty. I am about to make another one for us & 1 for a friend


  • Nice! Love a great banana bread, especially if it will not bloat me


  • I prefer the classic banana bread recipe.


  • looks very heavy will have to try and see


  • Is this a very dense banana bread without the eggs?


  • We love banana bread !! I make it nearly every week :)


  • I hope that omiting the walnuts won’t cause too many issues. I think I might try this one.


  • Bananas and Walnuts together are soooo yummy, this is a very easy and fantastic recipe, great that its eggless and the coconut oil is a super idea. Would make muffins for school or work lunches good to I’d imagine. Thanks for such a Wonderful, quick handy recipe.


  • Havnt had banana bread in over 15 years! Didnt realise it could be made with such simple ingredients… cant wait to try this :)


  • A much simpler recipe than mine for banana bread – will be using this in future.


  • I have recommended this to a friend on FB who is always on the look out for eggless recipes.


  • I love that this is eggless. I’m so grateful for all the eggless recipes


  • Love the sugarless bit, now to see if I can use GF flour in it.

    • great idea. There is more than one type of GF Flour that can be tried.
      If it’s a bit dry I will try adding a little more milk to it.


  • One of my favourite recipes of all tinss


  • Banana bread is extra popular in our house :)


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