These vegan banana recipes will put those old, overripe bananas to good use!
From waffles and pancakes to banana bread and cupcakes, these treats highlight the greatness of the tropical fruit.
Bananas are an ideal ingredient for vegan cooking and baking.
Sweet and moist, they make for a great replacement for butter, sugar, and eggs.
So the next time you have some overripe bananas lying around, don’t throw them out, even if they’re dark.
In fact, the darker the peel, the sweeter and softer they are, and the better they are for baking!
If you’re looking for plant-based sweets and treats, look no further than these vegan banana recipes.
It’s only proper to start this roundup with the quintessential banana baked good: banana bread.
Just a whiff of this vegan banana bread alone will make your mouth water.
Apart from the sweet aroma, this bread is also just as flavorful as traditional banana bread.
It’s just as soft, moist, and exploding with a fruity banana flavor.
These muffins are so delectable, it’s a shock they’re healthy and vegan.
Aside from the moist and soft banana muffin at the bottom, you can also look forward to a buttery crumble on top.
They come together in just 30 minutes and they keep well, to boot.
If you pop them in the freezer, they’ll last for up to a month!
Classic pancakes are awesome, but these banana pancakes are next-level.
These flapjacks are soft and fluffy, while the bananas add sweetness and moisture. Fluffy + moist = pancake perfection.
Infused with cinnamon and nutmeg, they taste a bit like banana bread, only, they come in pancake form.
This recipe is versatile, to boot. Try folding in blueberries, chocolate chips, or whatever your favorite pancake mix-ins are.
This pudding has layers of sweet banana slices and coconut cream custard served in a glass. It’s equally gorgeous and delicious.
I can’t get enough of how rich and creamy the pudding is, even without the use of cream and dairy.
The secret is coconut milk thickened with arrowroot starch.
Whisk in mashed bananas and some optional turmeric for a pop of color, and voila.
These banana waffles are crisp and golden on the outside and fluffy and moist on the inside.
And unlike regular waffles, these guys are packed with a sweet and fruity banana flavor.
They’re so good, you won’t even need to add toppings.
Still, I recommend you finish them with vegan maple syrup and more banana slices.
That’s just a given. Chocolate chips are a no-brainer, too!
These cookies are soft and chewy with a sweet and salty flavor profile.
They feature the fantastic combo of peanut butter and bananas, making them impossible to resist.
Another amazing thing about them is that they only require four ingredients: peanut butter, bananas, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt.
Unlike most cookies, these ones are flour-free, which means they’re extra chewy.
A cookie recipe that only calls for three ingredients? This is madness, and it works!
All you need here are rolled oats, peanut butter, and mashed bananas.
Together, they create soft and chewy cookies bursting with sweet, salty, and nutty flavors.
The chocolate chips are optional but highly recommended.
Yes, you can be vegan and eat cake, too! And mind you, this banana cake isn’t plain or boring at all.
With this vegan recipe, you can enjoy a moist and sweet banana cake and a decadent cream cheese frosting.
There are chopped walnuts on top, to boot.
It’s as if you’re not on a diet at all.
No time to eat in the morning? That’s cool, just drink your breakfast instead.
This vegan banana smoothie has all the nutrients you need to get your day started.
And it’s delicious!
It’s creamy, but not overly rich. It’s sweet, but not overly so.
Also, it only takes 5 minutes to make, which makes it extra ideal for busy mornings.
Banana cream pies are too sinful to be on a vegan diet. Wrong!
This recipe allows you to indulge in a scrumptious dessert while still adhering to veganism.
The trick is to use dairy-free versions of milk and butter.
From the crumbly crust to the sweet and creamy filling, no one will know this pie is vegan.
These cupcakes are tall, fluffy, and fruity. Brown sugar and ripe bananas make them ridiculously moist.
The cupcakes themselves are already such a treat, but no cupcake is complete without frosting.
This one uses vegan buttercream frosting, which is so rich and buttery that it almost steals the show.
If you think it’s impossible to have a milkshake on the vegan diet, think again!
This banana milkshake is so thick and creamy, it’s as if there’s actual ice cream and milk in it.
But nope, it’s just a blend of frozen bananas and dairy-free milk. I prefer almond milk, but feel free to pick your favorite.
If you can’t decide between chocolate chip cookies, blondies, and banana bread, don’t!
Just make these chocolate chip banana squares and you’ll be hitting three birds with one stone.
This dessert has the decadence of chocolate, the fruitiness of bananas, the chewiness of cookies, and the moistness of a cake.
It’s an amazing combination of everything you love in a dessert!
If you’re not a fan of oatmeal in a bowl, how about you try it in bar form?
These vegan banana oatmeal bars will convert any oatmeal hater into a fan.
They’re soft and chewy, with just the perfect amount of sweetness.
To add decadence, top them with a layer of melted chocolate. That’ll up the calories of the bars a bit, but it’s worth it.
I mean, do you see how moist and fudgy these banana brownies are? I can just stare at them for hours!
But I’d rather eat them.
These brownies are extra special from the combination of sweet bananas and decadent chocolate.
Together, they’re a match made in heaven.
If you’re more of a blondie than a brownie person, you’re in luck.
This dessert is like a crossover between blondies and banana bread.
It’s also studded with chocolate chips and walnuts, which is always a plus.
Here’s the kicker: these blondies are just 120 calories a piece!
Bet you didn’t think you can make ice cream with just two ingredients, huh?
With just bananas and cocoa powder, you can make rich and creamy ice cream in no time.
Plus, it’s easy. Your involvement only takes 5 minutes, and the freezer takes care of the rest. The hardest part is waiting for it to freeze!
This banana chocolate mousse is smooth, silky, and outrageously creamy, even without cream.
This recipe calls for aquafaba, which is simply the liquid from a can of chickpeas.
Instead of egg whites, you’ll use it to give the mousse its fluffiness.
When whipped, aquafaba turns into stiff peaks, the same way egg whites would.
Who says you can’t have a banana split for breakfast?
This recipe features yogurt, caramelized bananas, blueberries, strawberries, cacao nibs, and granola to create a banana split-like dessert.
Sure, there’s no ice cream, but all the fun accouterments are more than enough to make up for it.
These muffins are extra special thanks to the addition of the quintessential fall fruit: apple!
With chunks of apples folded into the batter, these muffins are exceptionally moist.
The apples also enhance the muffins’ flavor, giving them that lovely sweet-tart combo.
These breakfast bars are nutty, chewy, and wonderfully moist.
Infused with bananas, pecans, maple syrup, allspice, and cinnamon, they’re sweet, warming, and simply delish.
All the flavors of summer and fall joined forces to make the most scrumptious dish!
This dish may be simple, but it doesn’t disappoint. It’s perfect for when you’re in the mood for a classic breakfast.
Oatmeal, chia seeds, almond milk, and bananas are all it takes to make this rich and creamy porridge.
Seasoned with a kiss of cinnamon, this oatmeal bowl will nourish your body with sweetness and warmth.
Making your very own yogurt sounds like such an intimidating task.
But this recipe is so easy, you can do it with your eyes closed. (But don’t.)
Simply blend together cashews, bananas, coconut water, lemon juice, and probiotic powder.
Add a pinch of salt for flavor, and your homemade vegan yogurt is ready to be devoured.
This salad features a medley of colorful fruits and berries for a light and refreshing side dish or dessert.
This salad couldn’t be easier to put together.
Just combine bananas, grapes, strawberries, mandarin oranges, and kiwis in a bowl.
Then, sprinkle them with lemon juice to bring out their flavors even more.
This chocolate and banana bread mash-up is the breakfast bread you didn’t know you needed.
Chocolate bread is great and banana bread is awesome. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t combine the two.
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