Biscoff Banana Bread

  • 10MINS
  • 45MINS
  • Serves 10
  • 262KCAL

Bananas and Biscoff taste like they were always meant to go together. You can rely on this dreamy flavour combo to satisfy your sweet tooth, especially when it comes in the form of this irresistible Biscoff Banana Bread. Use up any sorry-looking bananas from the fruit bowl to make this teatime treat. It’s delicious fresh from the oven, but don’t forget you can also slice it up and freeze the individual portions for a snack emergency!

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Biscoff Banana Bread

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If you don't have a microwave, melt the Biscoff spread by adding it to small heatproof bowl. Place the bowl into a slightly larger bowl containing boiling water and stir for about 2 minutes until runny and smooth.

Really moist and Delicious
Loved this recipe, really easy to do. I made sure that my bananas were really ripe which gave the Biscoff Banana Bread a strong banana taste and moist.
What I added
Second time making this and thought I’d add a couple of hand fulls of blueberries and oh my gosh it didn’t disappoint! Amazing!

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SilvveWednesday 20th September 2023

I’ve just made this and wondered where you can store it! Does it have to go in the fridge or is an airtight container on the counter enough?


    SharonFriday 13th October 2023

    Hi Silvve, you can store the Biscoff Banana bread in an airtight container on the counter for around 3-4 days. Hope this helps.


KarinaSaturday 8th July 2023

Does it have to be Greek yogurt & can you leave the castor sugar out …thank you


    SharonMonday 10th July 2023

    Hi Karina, we haven’t tested this recipe with other types of yoghurt so can’t guarantee good results, but any plain fat-free yoghurt should be fine. You can’t leave the caster sugar out, it’s included in the recipe along with an equal amount of white granulated sweetener as it helps form the structure of the banana bread as well as adding sweetness and flavour. If you leave it out your banana bread probably won’t rise and hold it’s structure. Hope this helps!


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