This Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is a healthy easy recipe that you can easily whip together for breakfast or dessert with simple ingredients!
Before we had kids, I always had so many leftover bananas and it was banana bread galore on weekends at my house! With two banana-loving kiddos now, my stash of bananas is always gone before they over-ripen to make banana bread. So now I literally have to buy 16 bananas on Mondays to last us for the week and hope there’s some leftover for baking purposes, smoothies and other bananaful concoctions!
This Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is one of my favorite ways to use over-ripened bananas. It’s such a versatile recipe that you can switch up by adding walnuts, blueberries, dried fruit or whatever you’ve got going on in your pantry that needs to be purged. I literally threw macadamia nuts and goji berries once…but isn’t that how magic usually happens in the kitchen??
Ok, so the batter is pretty simple to make. You’ve got your wet ingredients in one bowl and the dry ingredients in the other, and then they come together in harmony, but not too much harmony because we all know over-mixing banana bread can make it pretty dry. So, this is what the batter will look like when you pour it into the greased loaf pan.
And this is the what whole wheat chocolate chip banana bread will look like when it comes out: puffed up, golden color with melted cute little chocolate chips.
Now, there’s that moment when you’re trying to decide how soon is too soon to cut into this beautiful loaf so you can enjoy it warm and gooey without burning your fingers. And that moment is about 5-10 minutes after it comes out of the oven. So be patient friends, and then enjoy it, because I know you will and you know you will! YUM to the O!
Beauty shots make me so hungry 🙂
Hope you love it as much as we do!
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Recipe adopted from Emma’s Little Kitchen