Banana bread with honey

Published on 05/17/2016

For breakfast or as a snack, banana bread with honey is a sweet treat which will delight your taste buds while doing your body lots of good too.


The benefits of honey and banana


With its melt-in-the-mouth texture, natural and deliciously sweet taste, and the most exquisite aroma, honey has no shortage of qualities which make it a favourite ingredient in cooking, especially for cakes and pastries. It also happens to be very good for the human body, providing lots of benefits with its antioxidant, antibacterial, antiseptic and healing properties.


It can be combined with various other ingredients, such as banana, which also provide our bodies with a raft of important benefits. Thanks to the active ingredients it contains, it contributes to the smooth functioning of our nervous system, counteracts stress, depression, stomach pains, constipation, hangovers, nicotine cravings, and much more.


Having honey and bananas in your diet can therefore only be good for your system.


Recipe for banana bread with honey


Making banana bread is something anyone can do, since it requires just 10 minutes to prepare and 45 minutes to cook.


As for the ingredients, you will need honey, of course, 40 grams of it to be precise, and 3 bananas to serve 6 people. You will also need 250 grams of soft butter, 180 grams each of sugar and flour, plus half a packet of yeast, 3 eggs and a pinch of salt.


Melt 60 grams of butter with the honey and add the bananas cut into round slices. Brown everything in a frying pan for about 4 minutes while gently stirring.


Then, after mixing the rest of the butter with the sugar, add the whipped eggs followed by the yeast, flour and salt. Mix in a blender and pour the contents of the pan into it.


Finish by emptying the whole thing into a mould prepared in advance and bake for 40 minutes in an oven pre-heated to 200°C. Wait for about 10 minutes before removing it from the mould, then enjoy your delicious banana bread with honey.


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