Banana and Blueberry Bread

Banana and Blueberry Bread

Swerving away from actual travel to bring a tempting and lovely Banana Blueberry Bread recipe. Being a chef myself i think its time to start sharing a few recipes from my travels.

A lovely moist guilt free recipe from my time in Australia at a popular cafe I worked at. No sugar, flour or butter but taste as good as if it was suppose to be naughty.

Enjoy a slice of this Banana blueberry bread with a fresh cuppa.

Top Tip: The addition of blueberries add great health benefits with its great source of antioxidants and helping to naturally sweeten this sugar free bread.


Serving Size:
1 Slice
Prep 15 minutes
Cook 60 – 70 Minutes


  • 325g Organic Porridge Oats
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 ripened bananas (must be ripened or at least soft)
  • 200g Blueberries
  • 250g Greek yoghurt
  • 100g crushed Walnuts
  • 3 Eggs


  1. Make sure of a preheated over of 180 c and line a loaf tin with parchment paper.
  2. In a bowl mix oats, crushed walnuts, baking powder and a pinch of salt
  3. in seperate bowl mash up banana with a fork add to a food processor with the 3 eggs and blend until it forms a smooth consistency. Stir in Greek yoghurt
  4. Add the banana mixture to your Oats and walnuts mix and mix well until it is all combined.
  5. Fold in blueberries
  6. Pour mixture into lined tin
  7. Baking for 1 hour
  8. Test if cooked you can put a wooden skewer in the center of the loaf and pull out if wet mixture comes out baked until almost dry center.
  9. Make sure when cooked the loaf in taken out of tin and placed on wire rack to cool

A delightful guilt free loaf to have at home with a cup of tea on to pack in a lunch box for on the go.

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  1. Little Miss Traveller – England – An independent traveller writing about her visits to countries near and far - travel diaries and days out providing inspiration for fellow travellers
    Little Miss Traveller says:

    Sounds really yummy!

    1. Your have to try and let us know how it goes 😀

  2. Wow, the recipe is simpler than I’d thought! Less ingredients, that’s for sure…I enjoy baking bread with fruits in them (including bananas and strawberries, so I’ll definitely have to try this one out someday). Thanks for sharing!

    1. Its a different type of recipe its a bit of a spin off a porridge bread. Making it packed full of energy and no sweetners or flour making it a healthy treat. Do try and let us know what you think

  3. akoalagirlinapandaworld – 🐨An Aussie koala, who is a lover of Hong Kong- reliant on good coffee, enchanted by nature and all things cute and cuddly. Chronically analytical and amused by small things. In a relationship with food!
    akoalagirlinapandaworld says:

    Suddenly craving banana bread! Thanks for sharing. Looks yummy.

  4. Amy Aajee – Pacific Northwest – I am the mom part of family travel blog located in the Pacific Northwest. We love to travel locally and to any Disney destination we can afford. We mostly have a great time, but when we don't, we tell you about that too.
    Amy Aajee says:

    This looks delicious!

  5. K.O.D Productions – young writer looking to express himself. That’s a good question. Here at K.O.D Productions we are dedicated to bringing you closer to your local artist. We give previews and reviews of the latest music, events, brands and upcoming talent. We believe in supporting one another, we believe local is lekker.
    K.O.D Productions says:

    Im going to try this recipe

    1. Definitely do and please let me know how you go 👍

  6. I like how you put yogurt and blueberries in there. A nice addition to our usual recipe. Looks tasty.

    1. Thanks yes it is a great addition makes it gluten free also but doesn’t compromise on flavour one bit. The addition of the blueberries naturally sweetens it also

  7. Markie – London – Hi there! I'm a passionate home cook, food blogger and photographer. I enjoy making great food without having to run to the shop every day. I'm here to help you cook easy and delicious meals from classic pantry ingredients.
    Markie says:

    Looks so good! Thanks for the recipe xx

  8. Lisa's Notebook – I'm Lisa, a Freelance Content Creator & Content Writer from Bath, helping brands and businesses connect with their ideal clients. I'm also a mum of one, cat concierge, gardener, gin, and tea lover, and Plantagenet enthusiast! Find me over on:
    Lisa's Notebook says:

    So lovely to see a twist on banana bread – I would never have thought of blueberries but this looks delicious, thank you!

    1. Try it and let us know how you go would love some feedback 😀

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