banana bread (in a mug)

It has been a while, friends.

I’m stopping in for a quick minute to share a recipe. This microwave banana bread only has a few ingredients and takes about 5 minutes to prepare. It’s dorm friendly and budget friendly and time crunch friendly. Three necessary requirements for me currently.2017-11-06 17.09.12.jpgAlso, I want to give a quick shout out to Swanson for generously giving me a chance to try a few of the products they sell (that are used in this recipe). This post isn’t sponsored, and the links to Swanson products are not affiliated links. But I included them because the company is great, and their commitment to affordable, healthy products is way cool.

You should go check them out.2017-11-06 17.08.03.jpgBanana Bread (in a mug)

Ingredients:

-1/2 of a really ripe banana

-1/4 cup oat flour

-2 T almond milk

-1/8 tsp baking powder

-1/4 tsp cinnamon

Toppings: cashews, chocolate chips, nut butter, more fruit

Directions:

  1. Mash banana in a mug.
  2. Add flour, baking powder, and cinnamon.
  3. Stir until a thick dough forms.
  4. Add almond milk and stir
  5. Microwave for 1-1.5 minutes.
  6. Top with nut butter, fruit, granola, chocolate chips.

Let me know if you get the chance to try it out!


So tell me…

Have you tried any Swanson goodies yet?

What’s your favorite easy breakfast? 

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15 thoughts on “banana bread (in a mug)

  1. It’s so nice to “see” you again. Banana bread – that’s so very you :). This also reminds me I haven’t made any mug cakes in ages when during my university years, there was a period when I made one almost daily. Even though I didn’t live in a dorm. Maybe that whole studying thing requires that? [Though I also baked using my oven, too … I don’t know] Anyway, I hope you’re doing well and hope we can catch up sometime soon!

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  2. I love oat flour in baked (or microwaved) goods. The consistency and flavor…perfect. Also, banana bread. You’re a girl after my own heart. I so happen to have all of the ingredients (minus chocolate chips, what a shame), and I’ll more likely than not make this tonight when I get back ravenous from my night class. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Oat flavor does have a great flavor. I’ve been using it to make porridge lately. It’s almost sweet and nutty.

      Hope you get the chance to try the mug cake…or find yourself a hearty chunk of real bananer bread.

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