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Banana n Coconut Bread Recipe

For some reasons I always have some left over bananas who have no takers. My kid is a very fussy eater and if he sees even a small dark spot on his banana, it is off to the trash. And even I like my bananas fresh. So, I always end up making a banana bread or pudding of some kind as I hate the idea of trashing my food. I always used to make bread with only bananas and got bored with it. So decided to do some change to the original recipe.

Coconut and bananas go hand in hand so adding coconut sounded like a good idea. And it indeed was. The bread turned out awesome. The flavour and crunchiness of the coconut gave it a different level. Smear it with a layer of butter and voila and what else can you can ask for a lovely breakfast...


All purpose flour- 2 cups

Baking soda- tsp

Salt- tsp

Sugar- 1 cup

Oil- cup

Eggs- 3

Yogurt- 1 cup

Lemon juice- 1tsp

Ripe bananas- 2

Toasted coconut flakes- cup

Coconut flakes- cup

Vanilla extract- tsp


Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees.

Oil and dust a bread pan.

In a bowl add flour, baking soda and salt and mix well with a spoon.

In another bowl add sugar, eggs, vanilla, oil, yogurt and lemon juice. Mix well with a spoon.

Add mashed bananas and toasted coconut flakes to the wet ingredients. Mix well.

Gradually, add flour to the wet ingredients and mix to combine. Do not over mix.

Pour batter into the prepared pan and sprinkle the coconut flakes.

Bake for 30 minutes and then cover an aluminum foil. It will prevent the coconut flakes from getting burned.

Bake for another 30 minutes. Now check with a knife.

If the knife comes out clean the bread is done. Let it sit in the pan for 10 minutes.

Take out from the pan on wire rack and let it cool.

This bread tastes best the next day. But that doesn't mean you cannot have it straight out of the oven. Bhavye (my son) has started going to school now and this is going to be his first lunch snack for the school. This bread is very soft and moist and can be stored for 3-4 days. So enjoy....

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