Eggless Chocolate Blender Banana Bread- using Frozen Bananas

By Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen - Monday, December 04, 2017

Banana bread, you must be thinking, how many different recipes are there in the world?I myself have quite a few here in my kitchen and i bet there will be few hundred on the web. We love bananas and also banana bread, mix and match of few ingredietns you can bake a different one everytime.

I had some frozen banana's in the freezer, it is almost 3 months after navrathri, i haven't used them yet. Thanks to bake-a-thon, i remembered and baked these loaves yesterday.
The best thing about banana breads, everybody loves it at home. My kiddos are happy that they have something to snack everyday for atleast 3 or 4 days other than fruits and nuts.  yeah, i m lazy to make evening snacks, i either give them a banana or nuts, my lil one likes to have an apple, but if there is cake/bread at home, they are happy.
Baking in take-away containers are easy for me, i feel they are portion controlled in the first place, easy to store and if at all i m packing it to my hubby's office, it is easy and mess-free.
Feel free to use the normal loaf-pan or even muffin pans to bake these. They will yield 12 good plump muffins. Top it with some caramalized bananas and dulce-de-leche for a yummilicious treat

1.5 cups of whole wheat flour
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 cup sugar
3 nos frozen banana (i used philiphines banana)
1/2 cup oil
1 cup milk
1 tsp cinnamon powder
1/2 tsp candied ginger
1/4 cup of toffee bits
2 squares of lindt dark chocolate, roughly chopped
  • Preheat the oven to 170C. Line a loaf tin with parchment. i have used 3 take-away aluminium containers for baking. 
  • Remove the frozen banans from the freezer, place it in a microwave safe plate/bowl. reheat it for 15-20 seconds. The bananas will turn soft. 
  • Take the soften bananas in a blender jar, add sugar and 1/2 cup milk and blend smooth. To this now add flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and baking soda. Mix roughly with a spatula. Run the blender in short pulses for the ingredients to mix.
  • Add oil finally and run again in short pulses. Using a spatula, scrape down the sides. Divide the batter amongs the 3 baking tins. 
  • Top them with toffee bits and dark chocolate. Bake in the preheated oven for 35-45 minutes or until done.
  • Remove the baked loaves on to a wire rack, after 5 minutes, unmould them, let them cool. Serve it warm with evening coffee/tea.

This is part of the Bake-a-thon 2017

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  1. My frozen bananas never survive past a week, they always go into smoothies, hehe... I love this idea of a blender cake, just one blender to wash! I totally love that vase used in the background, so cute... "sorry for the scanning" ;)

    1. Thanks Rafee, the vase/teapot came with flowers for hubby’s birthday!

  2. Banana bread's got to be my favourite thing to bake too. The kiddo loves it and i do too :) Topping with caramelised banana sounds wonderful.

  3. You freeze bananas ? I have never done that ever ! We get just about 6 everyday and they get over . If ever I want to use in bakes I have to call for extra ones 😜. Anyway the ingredient list looks interesting and I am sure this banana bread recipe is a keeper recipe . Looks fantastic .

  4. OMG that is such a tempting cake. Making the cake in the blender makes it so much easy to make.

  5. Even i do freeze bananas and this cake in blender sounds super interesting Priya, am gonna a try this easy breezy cake soon.

  6. love the use of candied ginger - must give it an awesome flavor

  7. I am in for ANY kind of eggless banana bread - this is super quick and LOVED that use of candied ginger !

  8. Omg the blender banana cake looks so sinful. It must have tasted amazing.

  9. I never have enough bananas to freeze[except during the vijayadasami day :)]. Gets over quickly! But no matter what, we are all crazy for any version of banana bread and with chocolate, it is irresistible.

  10. I loved the use of candied ginger and toffee bits in your cake. Will try it next time


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