Here’s another vegan ( egg & dairy free) friendly recipe and it’s gluten free too!
Growing up, I wasn’t a fan of bananas. When they got ripe they had a particular odour that made me want to puke. I could only eat baby bananas. They were sweet and just the right size to eat, small enough and I could eat at least one without feeling sick.
As an adult, I surprisingly eat bananas regularly and the scent does not bother me anymore. I found out that your body rejects certain fruits or veges because you have enough nutrients & minerals or you are either allergic to it. Indeed I did have a lot of potassium and magnesium within my diet. So as not to bore you further, my lesson on nutrition ends here. You can always search for the benefits of bananas on the web.
Now on to baking! This is one of my fave go to recipes when I want something sweet and nutritious. It’s quick and easy too!
Pre-heat oven at 200C. If you’re a raw vegan you can use a food dryer for this recipe.
450g Bananas / 4-5 large bananas (If you want it less sweet)
75g Grated Coconut
100 ml Vegetable oil
5 ml / 1 tsp of Vanilla sugar
10 ml / 2 tsp of Cinnamon powder
2.5 ml/ ½ tsp of Cardamom powder
75 g of whatever you want to add
Roasted cashew nuts, raisins, dried berries etc
- Pre-heat oven at 200C. If you’re a raw vegan, you can use a food dryer
- Grease the pan you intend to use. You can use a sandwich tin or a round tin. It’s a slice so it is quite thin
- Add the oil and crush the bananas mix it until smooth ( should resemble as smoothie )
4. Add the rest of the ingredients and fold them in and mix them well
5.Put it in your prepared tin and make sure the surface is level
6.Put in the oven for 20-25 mins until the surface feels firm
7. Allow it to cool then cut into wedges.
I love having this 30 mins before a work out and after a workout and as dessert of course!
A friend of mine modified the recipe to make cookies. I will provide the recipe next time. You could try to make this into a cookie too if you like.
Have you had a banana slice before? Try it and let me know how it worked out!
Have a super week ahead!
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