Protein Chocolate Banana Bread
May 12, 2023
This double chocolate banana bread is filled and topped with chocolate chips, extra moist, and melt in your mouth delicious. No eggs and no dairy are needed, making it the perfect vegan high-protein snack!
Can we talk about banana bread for a second? Or really, shall we talk about protein chocolate banana bread? Because this one is pretty amazing.
So not only is it rich, moist, and chocolatey…but also healthy! No eggs or dairy are needed to make this protein chocolate banana bread. And it is totally vegan and high in protein.
We have taste tested this recipe with many people in many different ways and everyone loves it, regardless of their lifestyle. It’s great for breakfast, snacks, or even dessert!
Here are all the ingredients and substitutes that you need to make this delicious healthy Chocolate Bread:
- All-purpose flour: if you want to make it even healthier, you can use oat flour. If you don't have oat flour, you can add in blender oats and blend for a couple of seconds.
- Protein: For this recipe, I recommend using casein or vegan protein. If you use whey protein, you may need to add some more flour. If you don’t have protein at all, replace it with 100g of all-purpose flour.
- Baking powder: You can replace it with bicarbonate soda
- Bananas: the more ripe the bananas are the tastier your banana bread will be.
- Peanut butter: you can replace it with any nut butter of your choice or even biscoff spread, in the same quantity.
- No-calorie syrup: There are plenty no calorie syrups out there, but what I use most is from Myprotein. You can also replace it with honey, agave or maple syrup or any other liquid sweetener you like.
- Yoghurt: my favourite yoghurt is Greek, but Skyr or Quark are always great options. Also, plant-based yoghurt would work well.
- Chocolate chips: I have used dark chocolate chips, but feel free to replace with chocolate chips of your preference.
- Chocolate Yoghurt: I have used Alpro chocolate plant-based dessert. If you don't have any chocolate dessert, you can make your own by combining yoghurt, cocoa and protein.
Nutrition information per serving (makes 12)