Spiced Olive Oil Banana Bread with Hazelnuts


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A very easy quick bread to make, healthy and increidly moist thanks to the oilve oil and Greek yoghurt. I flavoured the bread with cardamom, cinnamon and ginger powder, but you can also use your favourite spices, like nutmeg or allspice. Chopped hazelnuts were added for extra crunch, feel free to use other nuts or chocolate. If you want to use honey or maple syrup instead of raw sugar, then reduce the olive oil to 80 ml as honey and maple syrup add a lot of moisture to the batter. This recipe is very versatile and forgiving, so you can easily adapt it to suit your own taste.

  • 180 g All-purpose flour
  • 1/3 tsp Cardamom powder
  • 1/3 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 1/3 tsp Ginger powder
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 100 g Raw sugar
  • 80 g Hazelnuts, chopped
  • 2 Very ripe bananas, mashed
  • 2 Eggs, medium
  • 50 g Greek-style yoghurt, full fat
  • 100 ml Olive oil
  1. Preheat the oven to 175/350FC. Lightly grease a 10cm x 20cm loaf pan and line base and sides with parchment paper.
  2. Sift flour, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, baking powder, and salt into a bowl with the raw sugar, then add in the chopped hazelnuts.
  3. In a separate bowl, mash the bananas with a fork, then stir in the eggs, yoghurt and olive oil. Add into the dry ingredients and gently stir together until they're just combined - don't overmix.
  4. Scrape the batter into prepared pan. Place in the oven and bake for 50 minutes until golden brown and a skewer inserted in the centre comes out clean. Cool the loaf in pan 10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack to cool. Slice and enjoy!

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41 comments:

Nancy Chan 27/6/20 08:08

This bread looks good. You make the recipe so simple that I am tempted to try. Have a wonderful weekend.

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yonosoymillenium 27/6/20 09:38

te ha quedado super apetitoso, seguro que esta muy rico.

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Olguichi 27/6/20 10:50

It looks great! So beautifull and yummy cake!You have one more follower.

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Tanza Erlambang 27/6/20 12:32

love banana taste....appealing taste.
have a great weekend

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Kitchen Riffs 27/6/20 16:29

Wow, cardamon, ginger, and cinnamon? What a great trio of spices! This cake must taste fantastic. It certainly looks wonderful. Thanks!

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foodtravelandwine 27/6/20 16:56

What a wonderful idea!....I love the idea of spices in a banana bread....yummy!!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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Martyna 27/6/20 17:23

I like banana bread! :)

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Nammi 28/6/20 06:42

you can never go wrong with banana bread.

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tania|MyKitchenStories 28/6/20 09:04

Hi Nancy. this looks like a very fine banana bread to be eating and toasting and hazelnuts always work for me in cakes. Delish

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Let's Curry 28/6/20 13:06

Angie

Banana Bread has become a personal favourite eversince lockdown began at my home, the reason being my 2 little bakers who have takenn over my kitchen when it comes to baking. Your bread looks fantatstic and what a joy to know you have spiced it with olive oil. Thank you for this amazing recipe. Hope you enjoy making more breads.

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Natalia 28/6/20 18:16

One of our favourite sweet breads! So yum☺

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 29/6/20 14:42

Oooh, I love this spice combo, Angie. Takes a simple banana bread up a few notches for sure! Happy Monday! xo

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Anca 29/6/20 16:23

It looks amazing. I like that you've used Cardamom, it's one of my favourite spices.

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Arpita 29/6/20 17:15

Never tried banana bread with olive oil.. looks so delicious!!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 29/6/20 20:05

I just ate the last of the banana bread I made a while ago so need to make some again soon. I love all the spices and olive oil in your recipe, Angie! And nuts are a must for me in banana bread :)

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 29/6/20 22:59

I could never get sick of banana bread! It's just so delicious and there is something comforting about it (probably because it makes me think of my grandmother). I love my 'nana bread with nuts, but I've never tried hazelnuts in it! LOVE that idea! Can't wait to try this!

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Balvinder 30/6/20 01:29

Looks so good, Angie! I can almost smell this baking through the monitor!

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Marissa 30/6/20 01:54

My mouth is literally watering reading your description of this bread, Angie. Love the olive oil and all of those warming spices in this banana bread!

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tigerfish 30/6/20 03:25

I've used yogurt and bananas in my oat muffins before; muffins were perfectly moist and dense :D next time, I have to try using flour instead of oats to make a bread like this

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Raymund 30/6/20 04:59

Ohh, I never used olive oil in sweet breads, I learned something new today. That looks good!

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Iwona 30/6/20 06:47

I love banana bread :)

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Sherry's Pickings 30/6/20 07:02

i love all these spices Angie. and hazelnuts are one of my fave nuts. great idea to use olive oil and yoghurt. i'm not a huge fan of bananas but in a bread like this i think i could manage.
cheers
sherry

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Sammie 30/6/20 19:13

Ooh this banana bread looks extra moist! And I bet it tastes even better than it looks!

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Dawn @ Words Of Deliciousness 1/7/20 04:05

I love this banana bread. It looks like it would be nice and moist. I love the spices that you used in this recipe. Sounds delicious!

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Gemma Etc 1/7/20 10:42

Oh this sounds like such a moreish bread recipe! Ive never tried spiced olive oil before, but I love the sound of the banana too xx

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Kinga K. 1/7/20 12:18

I love banana bread ❤

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Jeff the Chef 1/7/20 13:06

As always, this bread looks stunningly perfect. And, as always, it is loaded with interesting twists and turns: cardamom, ginger, hazelnuts, Greek-style yoghurt, olive oil ... with ingredients like these, I'm sure this is one hell of a banana bread!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 1/7/20 17:35

I have yet to find hazelnuts here in any store! I am going to order them on Amazon thanks for reminding me how great these are and in your banana bread over the top!

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Pola & Cleme 1/7/20 23:34

Hi Angie! Look so delicious 😋

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Jeanette 2/7/20 01:29

I've never tried cardamon in banana bread - I bet it is delicious!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 2/7/20 01:38

One can never have to much banana bread. I am loving this version Angie!

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Gloria Baker 2/7/20 02:21

I love banana bread Angie, this looks awesome and yummy!! xo

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Katerina Delidimou 2/7/20 14:03

What a delicious banana bread packed with flavors!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 2/7/20 15:45

Angie, this is one I must try soon. I always make my banana bread with butter but, as you know, I love baking with olive oil as well. Love your spice choices as well.

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Pam 2/7/20 18:12

Yum! I've never made banana bread with olive oil before. It looks incredibly moist and delicious.

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Valentina 2/7/20 23:20

Those warming spices must really elevate this banana bread. I love the combination of ingredients. Wishing I had a slice with my coffee. :-) ~Valentina

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 3/7/20 16:36

Yes! I love baking with olive oil and you can't go wrong with banana bread!!

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Julie 3/7/20 18:27

The bread looks so light and delicious, perfectly made.. I would love to have with a cup of black coffee :)

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Rubal Goyal 4/7/20 10:17

It seems exactly like a Garlic bread i use to cook but yes definitely gonna try this one :) Thank you for sharing the recipe :)

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judee 4/7/20 16:14

Angie,
Your bread looks beautiful and I love the wonderful spices in it- especially the cardamom. I'll keep the recipe to try next time I have soft bananas.

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The Liberty Belle 7/7/20 18:05

That's a good looking loaf! Thank you for sharing the recipe. I wouldn't mind a slice right now...with a hot cup of coffee. All the best for a great day.

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