Consider banana bread having an entanglement with chia pudding, maple syrup, and overnight oats to create this delectable and healthy Banana Maple Bread Recipe with Chia Seeds and Oats.
However, this recipe is simple and makes the ideal sweet treat or snack for the entire family. I hope you enjoy making this super moist banana maple bread recipe.
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Banana Maple Bread Recipe: Chia Seeds and Oats.
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Banana Maple Bread Recipe With Chia Seeds and Oats.
- Two (9 x 5 ) Loaf Pan
- Mixing Bowls
- Strainer or Seive
- 1 cup All-Purpose Flour
- 6 small Ripe Bananas
- 1 cup Stonyfield Vanilla Yogurt
- 3 medium Eggs
- 1 cup Old Fashion Oats
- ⅓ cup Light Brown Sugar
- ½ cup 100% Pure Maple Syrup
- 1 cup Vanilla Almond Milk
- 1½ tsp. Baking Powder
- ¼ cup Land O Lakes Cinnamon Butter
- 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
- 2 tbsp. Chia Seeds
- 1 tsp. Coconut Extract
- 6 whole Maraschino Cherries (optional)
- 1 tsp. Nutmeg, grated
- 1 tsp. Salt
- Preheat the oven to 375 °F.
- Mash ripe bananas with a fork or food masher in a mixing bowl until uniform.
- To the mashed bananas, add the cinnamon brown sugar butter, and brown sugar. Thoroughly combine. In addition, the consistency of the cinnamon butter is perfect for this recipe. It allows for easy incorporation into the mashed bananas. In addition, it adds more flavor to the bread.Combine the eggs, salt, yogurt, vanilla and coconut extract, nutmeg, maple syrup, and chia seeds with the banana mixture in the same mixing bowl. Mix all of the ingredients together with a whisk.
- Sift together the flour and baking powder in a separate bowl. Gradually incorporate the flour mixture into the wet ingredients.
- Add the old-fashioned oats to the mixture and thoroughly combine. Allow the mixture to rest for 5 minutes at room temperature.
- Spray two 9-by-5-inch loaf pans with oil spray. Pour the batter into each pan evenly. Scrape the batter from the bowl with a spatula.
- I decorated the banana loaf with maraschino cherries. However, this step is optional.
- Place the loaf pans on the middle shelf of the preheated oven and bake for 35 minutes, or until a knife inserted comes out clean.
- Allow the banana maple bread with chia seed and oats to cool in the pan for about 30 minutes before removing it from the pan. Allow the bread to cool completely after removing it from the pan before cutting. Enjoy!
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This is a perfect recipe for the Fall season and you may also find it interesting.
I would love to know what you think. Please leave a comment and star rating. What is your favorite banana recipe?
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52 thoughts on “Banana Maple Bread Recipe With Chia Seeds and Oats.”
Banana bread is always tasty and these extra bits look like the perfect companions.
Appreciate you dropping by again Jamaie.
There are never enough banana bread recipes. Thank you
You are welcome, Jacqui.
One of my favorite types of bread and I love the entanglement here!!! I keep saying I need to work on my baking more.
Not all entanglements are bad. lol Thanks for dropping by Sandra.
Love this recipe! Simple, delicious, and perfect for the season.. with some chocolate, coffee, and a great book 🙂 Thanks a lot for sharing!
Thank you, Rahma. I appreciate the comment and star rating.
Who despot love a good banana bread? And when you add maple syrup, what good Canadian (me), doesn’t like it even more? I’m on my way to the grocers and bananas are now on the list. I have the other ingredients and of course the maple syrup. Thanks for this,
Thanks for dropping by Mark. Maple syrup adds another level of flavor and texture to baked goods.
I love banana bread so excited to try out this new and improved recipe !
Hope you enjoy making and eating my Maple Banana Bread. Thanks for dropping by Liv.
So delicious! I had never thought of adding chia seeds before.
Tina, Chia seeds not only add texture but also increased the nutrition content of the banana bread.
Looks and sounds delicious! I will be trying this out tomorrow.
Enjoy when you make my banana maple bread, Christina.
This Banana Maple Bread Recipe With Chia Seeds and Oats looks so good! It’s made healthier from the chia seeds and oats too. Love this recipe, can’t wait to make it! Thank you. ☺️
Thank you Jenna; appreciate your comment and star rating.
Looks amazing!! Can’t wait to try this and more recipes!
Please enjoy when you make my Banana maple bread with chia seeds and oats.
I will try this!
Enjoy when you do Eva.
Wow, this looks so yummy and easy to do it. I would love to try it. I will try to make it with the family. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you Fransic.
I love a good banana bread recipe and you always have such interesting twist to recipes. thanks for the post
Thank you, Tianna. Appreciate the star rating.
This looks gorgeous! My dad recently began baking. He made banana bread. For his first attempt (ever! In 56 years) it didn’t take bad!
Nyxie, I have a number of banana bread recipes on my blog for your dad to try. Thanks for dropping by.
This looks delicious! I love the addition of maple syrup in this recipe, I’m a big fan of maple syrup so I bet that makes it taste even better.
You are right Jenny, maple syrup takes the banana bread to another level.
Wow!!! What a healthy recipe! It’s awesome that this cake has chia seeds in it. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Fadima
This sounds like a really great recipe, it’s just a shame that I really don’t like the smell or taste of bananas. But I may try your plantain bread recipe instead
It ok Unwanted life. Everyone has likes and dislikes. Hope you get to try the plantain bread someday.
Oh I love banana bread but I haven’t made one like this before! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I will have to try it out!
Thank you Charity.
I love banana bread for the fall season for some reason it reminds of me Thanksgiving.
Thanks for dropping by Headphonesthoughts.
I really shouldn’t have read this post when I am hungry as now I am even hungrier. This sounds like a great recipe and not too complicated to follow. Thank you for sharing.
Lauren, when you are hungry, make and eat. Hope you get to try my easy Banana Maple Bread. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for commenting and rating.
I love banana bread but I can see that adding maple syrup might persuade everyone else in my house to eat it too
Most Definitely Smelly Socks.., The maple syrup does add a level of flavor and texture to the Banana Bread.
Like the addition of chia seeds to banana bread, I’ll have to try your recipe Kevin because it looks delish!
Thank you Simona.
I’m curious about coconut extract and chia seeds but wow it gets full score too. Oats make it even more healthy. Thanks for this will give it a try. Quite healthy. Xx
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Thank you Isa.
I make banana bread all the time but never with oatmeal and for sure not with chia seeds. Given I love oats more than banana, this has got to be my next switch up.
Give my Banana bread recipe a try, you will go back to eating regular banana bread.
Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. Look delicious. I’d definitely love to make this recipe, I really like that it’s got chia seeds and oats in.
Thank you Clemintine. Thanks for the kind comment and star rating.
Oh man I just made my usual banana blueberry last night, I’ll have to try yours next time! I’m all for anything healthy my kids will eat. This looks awesome!
Thank You, Jas.