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Vegan spelt banana breads individualized, ooh yeah!

on 16/08/2012

Smaller Bundt, individualized vegan banana breads!! So tasty!
Great as a food gift! 🙂

A lovely flower pattern, can you see it?

Today, I made these invented lovely & tasty vegan banana breads. I made several smaller banana breads instead of 1 large one. One banana bread is for 1 person. I made 14 smaller ones! I made them healthy using light organic spelt flour. They are more of a  hearty breakfast as a dessert. You can have these on the go,..really tasty & not too sweet. I recently bought a new flower patterned Bundt silicon mat & I had to use it, didn’t I? I also used 2 other silicon flower patterned baking mats. My silicon baking ware is from the Italian brand: Silikomart. Here is their website in English they ship all around the world!  Just click onto the previous link!

Important note: You don’t have to grease silicon baking ware. When you use them, fill them 3/4 up with the batter & push the batter down into the pattern with the help of a spoon & place them on a silicon mat on an oven rack for stability. Shake a bit with the trays to shake off any air bubbles. When you have used your silicon mats, after baking, leave the breads inside the silicon baking ware for about 10 minutes before carefully removing them from the mats. This will give them a lovely shine, on the outside & you can easily take them out of the flower patterned mats, with the help of your hands.  Carefully flip them over  & leave them to cool completely on a wire rack, with the flower pattern on top. You can easily wash the silicon baking ware in water & soap. Rinse them well & dry them off. Ready to use again!

The flower patterned silicon mats are 3/4 filled with the batter. Placed on a Silpat for stability & on an oven rack! Ready to go into the hot oven!

Yummy vegan spelt Bundt banana breads! T 🙂

Recipe: For 14 smaller individualized banana breads

Ingredients:

1 cup powdered coconut blossom sugar

1/2 cup vegan butter, at room temperature

3 very ripe bananas, mashed well with a fork

1/3 cup small cut up walnuts

2 cups light organic spelt flour

1 + 1/2 teaspoon baking soda

2 teaspoons aluminium-free baking powder

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon garam masala

1/2 teaspoon Maldon sea salt flakes, crushed

1/4 cup soy milk + 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar = to make vegan buttermilk / mix these 2 together & let it stand for about 5 to 10 minutes.

2 teaspoon vanilla extract/ I use home-made

Method:

1. Preheat your oven to 180° C ( 350 F ) for about 15 minutes. I always use a fan oven. Adjust your oven to the right temperature!!!

2. In your Kenwood, add the K-paddle. Add the vegan butter & the sugar. Cream together. Scrape the sides too. Add the mashed bananas, vegan buttermilk, vanilla & walnuts pieces & mix until it is well-mixed.

3. In a large bowl, sift spelt flour, baking soda, cinnamon, garam masala & baking powder. Add the crushed sea salt flakes.

4. Add these dry ingredients to the wet ingredients. Mix good until it all comes together.

5. I always use silicon baking mats, flower patterned. You don’t have to grease silicon baking materials!! Never! Fill your flower mats, 3/4 with the batter.  Push the batter down into the pattern with the help of a spoon. Place your baking mats on a Silpat for stability & place onto the oven racks. Shake a bit with the muffin tray to shake off any air bubbles. Place into the preheated oven & bake for about 25 minutes. I tested mine after 20 minutes with a small pin. Prick a small hole in the center of a banana bread & test. If the pin is clean, the bread has been cooked through. Mine needed an extra 5 minutes. Do the pin test again. They were okay!  With oven gloves on, take the oven racks out of the oven & place on wire racks to cool off a bit. Leave the breads into the silicon baking mats for about 10 minutes. This will give a lovely shine on the outside of your breads. After 10 minutes, you can easily take them out of the patterns & carefully flip them over. Place them on wire racks to cool down completely. Store in cookie boxes. Enjoy, my lovely ones! 😉

A yummy interior!

 

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54 responses to “Vegan spelt banana breads individualized, ooh yeah!

  1. You always have the best food presentation ideas! Way to take something so simple (like b. bread) and make it look as good as it tastes!

  2. So cute!!! And vegan but so delicious too! 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  3. Norma Chang says:

    Making small individual banana bread is such a great idea. Love your mine bundt pan, of course you have to use them.

  4. Garam masala – awesome idea!! I would love to have one of these with my afternoon tea, Sophie :-)!

  5. Koko says:

    Sophie, these look amazing! And I’m so glad to hear that you and your guests enjoyed my sangria. Thanks for letting them know about Koko’s Kitchen!! xo

  6. These are so beautiful Sophie!! Love the pan designs!

  7. hotlyspiced says:

    I love your silicon molds. I’d love to have some of those in my cupboard. What beautiful looking cakes and you are so right – these make perfect little gifts xx

  8. Katarina says:

    Ohh, Sophie, these are so beautiful!

  9. Tandy says:

    These look fantastic 🙂

  10. Love them, even the colourful mats you used! 😉

  11. That was so delicious, yammie yammie. Thanks to let us taste.
    Robert and Veerle

  12. Barbara says:

    Those are so cute, Sophie! I love your mini bundts. Great photos!

    • Sophie33 says:

      These are the normal Bundt individiualized cakes . I also have a mini Bundt cake mat! I will use it later one! 🙂 Enjoy them, Barbara!

  13. Tw Barritt says:

    These little banana breads are adorable! Great job!

  14. You used my favourite grain SPELT! These banana bread must be very tasty.

  15. rebecca says:

    these look so good and adore how your garden is coming along great nail polish

  16. Ina Gawne says:

    Hi Sophie – trying a new email – maybe that will work? Love your tasty, pretty looking loaves! 🙂

  17. Veggiewitch says:

    Yummy! Those look wonderful! ♥

  18. garam masala! great idea! also, now im more inspired to get some silicone kitchen/bakeware!

  19. bar says:

    These are so dang adorable I can barely stand it. I totally want to make them and have a tea party now.

  20. YES!!! Who wouldn’t love a flowered banana bread gift??!! They are so gorgeous and this may just be the solution to my problem of always burning the outsides of banana bread loaves while waiting for the inside to cook.

  21. Oh these are so cute!

  22. Saskia says:

    Love the idea of individual banana breads. A good way to stop me eating an entire cake all by myself! Spelt flour sounds like a fab addition too.

  23. grace says:

    i love baby bundt cakes! my fear is that i won’t get enough grease in each cup and my cakes will stick and tear to pieces–nightmare of nightmares! 🙂

    • Sophie33 says:

      Then you didn’t read it at all! Silicon baking is the best! you mustn’t grease your silicon baking mats at all. When you use them, fill them 3/4 up with the batter & push the batter down into the pattern with the help of a spoon & place them on a silicon mat on an oven rack for stability.
      Shake a bit with the trays to shake off any air bubbles. When you have used your silicon mats, after baking, leave the breads inside the silicon baking ware for about 10 minutes before carefully removing them from the mats.
      This will give them a lovely shine, on the outside & you can easily take them out of the flower patterned mats, with the help of your hands. Carefully flip them over & leave them to cool completely on a wire rack, with the flower pattern on top. You can easily wash the silicon baking ware in water & soap. Rinse them well & dry them off. Ready to use again!

  24. Lisa says:

    Sophie! These banana breads are beautiful! Would love it if you could enter them in our Twelve Loaves linky! You can find it at the bottom of my strawberry chocolate malted bread post..before the recipe!!

  25. I have a similar mini bundt cake pan!!! This looks delicious

  26. Wow these look fantastic! What a great and adorable idea to do them individualized, in mini bundts!

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