Breads, Muffins & Baking,  Desserts

№6 Banana Goji Walnut Bread

In my head: “What should I do with all these ripe bananas? We already have some in the freezer so I don’t want to put in even more – and I am definitely not going to waste any food! Hmm, and also these goji berries have been here for a while!”

Haha, this is my recipe development process…

I have this and that, what can I make out of it? And recipe №6 Banana Goji Walnut Bread came out of that development process – not bad I must say!

Go for it and try to make it – it takes only 12 minutes to make and 45 minutes to bake, another super quick and easy to make vegan & gluten-free recipe!

Love, Denisa♡

what you need

These are the ingredients you need to make №6 Banana Goji Walnut Bread recipe:

1. Turn on your oven 200C/400F
2. Soak goji berries – Measure 120g of goji berries and add to a bowl with 350ml of water. Set aside.

3. Make a chia egg – Measure 45g | 3 tbsp of chia seeds and add it into a cup with 150ml | 10 tbsps of water. Mix and set aside.

4. Put 350g of oats and 3 tsp of cinnamon into a blender. Blend into a flour and put the mixture into a bowl. Put soaked goji berries (together with the ‘soaking water’), 3 ripe bananas and chia egg into a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a bowl along with the oat flour.

5. Add 100g of walnuts (break them into smaller pieces). Mix well and set aside for 10 minutes to let the dry ingredients
soak up all the water. Mix again and place the mixture into a loaf baking tin. Top with more walnuts (break them into
smaller pieces). Bake at 200C/400F for 45 minutes.

6. Eat it as it is, or I love to put some jam and dried coconut milk on top.

12 MINS

High-speed blender, Loaf baking tray, Oven, Scale

Gluten-free, Vegan, No artificial sugar, Soy-free, Corn-free

INGREDIENTS:

• 350g Oats
• 120g Goji berries (Vitalvibe)
• 3 medium size bananas
• 350ml Water
• 3 tsp Cinnamon
• 100g Walnuts + extra for topping

Chia egg:

• 45g | 3 tbsp Chia seeds (Vitalvibe)
• 150ml | 10tbsp Water

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Turn on your oven 200C/400F
  2. Soak goji berries Measure 120g of goji berries and add to a bowl with 350ml of water. Set aside.
  3. Make a chia egg – Measure 45g | 3 tbsp of chia seeds and add it into a cup with 150ml | 10 tbsps of water. Mix and set aside.
  4. Put 350g of oats and 3 tsp of cinnamon into a blender. Blend into a flour and put the mixture into a bowl. Put soaked goji berries (together with the ‘soaking water’), 3 ripe bananas and chia egg into a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a bowl along with the oat flour.
  5. Add 100g of walnuts (break them into smaller pieces). Mix well and set aside for 10 minutes to let the dry ingredients soak up all the water. Mix again and place the mixture into a loaf baking tin. Top with more walnuts (break them into
    smaller pieces). Bake at 200C/400F for 45 minutes.
  6. Eat it as it is, or I love to put some jam and dried coconut milk on top
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⭐︎ OATS: Buy gluten free if possible.

⭐︎ GOJI BERRIES: The best is to soak them overnight or for a few hours. If you have a high-speed blender and using raw goji berries a 30-minute soak is enough. Pay attention to the quality. The first indicator is the texture and colour. You want to buy soft, RAW, organic goji berries that are full of powerful nutrients and vitamins. Avoid over-dried, crunchy and blackish goji berries – they are dead! You can also see the quality when soaking them. Raw goji berries soak muchfaster because they are alive and not over-dried.

⭐︎ BANANAS: There is no added sugar in this recipe. Therefore, it is important that you use ripe bananas (with the black dots on the skin) to achieve some sweetness. If you want, you can add some coconut nectar, coconut sugar or honey for a little extra sweetness.

⭐︎ CHIA EGG: You can blend the chia seeds into flour or just leave them as they are and add water.

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