Protein Oreo Banana Bread

December 16, 2022

This Oreo banana bread recipe is packed with Oreo flavour! It's moist, fluffy, and just as beautiful as it is delicious! No eggs and no dairy needed, making it the perfect vegan and gluten-free sweet bread but still having around 8g of protein per slice!

Protein Oreo Banana Bread

This healthy Oreo banana bread has no eggs, added sugar, or oil! It’s made with flour, protein, peanut butter, yoghurt, bananas and protein powder.

It’s a delicious vegan and gluten-free treat that you can make for breakfast or as a snack.

I love making this recipe because it’s so versatile. You can use any nut butter that you have on hand to change up the flavour profile of your banana bread! The same goes for the toppings, you can easily replace Oreos with chocolate chips or any other biscuit such as biscoff, and instantly you have a different banana bread.

I like making a big batch of this recipe and freezing individual slices so I can grab one on the go when I need a quick breakfast or snack. This way I don’t have to worry about eating an unhealthy breakfast on my way to work in the morning (or after work). The slices also make great snacks throughout the week!

Protein Oreo Banana Bread

SUBSTITUTES

Here are all the ingredients and substitutes that you need to make this delicious healthy Oreo 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 better.
  • Peanut butter: you can replace it with any nut butter of your choice, 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 would work well.
  • Apple cider vinegar: apple cider vinegar will make your banana bread fluffier, hence it's optional. You can also use any kind of vinegar you have available, will still work.
  • Vanilla Sweetener: I usually use vanilla flavour drops from Myprotein, but feel free to use any of your preferences.

Protein Oreo Banana Bread

Recipe by Frixos Dimitriadis Course: Breakfast, s