Banana Nutella and Maple Syrup Bread

Hungry no more, Banana Nutella Maple Syrup Bread

A banana a day keeps the doctor away.

I know that it should have been apple a day, but growing up from a tropical country where there are tons of variety of bananas that exist (small, medium, large, yellow, red, green you can use your imagination, it does exist! ) and at an affordable price a kilo, It is hard to imagine a day without savouring the delectability of this fruit. At least in our family.

I remember when we were kids, at home bananas are so abundant everyday that we often get tired of it's taste. My dad would use all his power in the kitchen by concocting different banana recipes: banana tempura, banana spring rolls, banana ice-candy, banana choco muffins. But our biggest all time favorite was dad's version of Banana brown sugar bread. Really scrumptious!

When I heard that Nigella is hosting an event on Banana Bread, I know this is my time to share this recipe. Today is the deadline, so you can check out the round up now.


Banana Nutella Maple Syrup Bread

2 cups of flour

1 pack of baking powder (about 1 tsp)

a pinch of salt

50 g of butter

3 eggs
3/4 cups brown sugar

3 tbsps of maple syrup

4 tbsps of nutella spread (more or less depending on your chocoaddiction)

about 4 large over ripe bananas

In a large bowl, combine flour, baking powder and salt. In another bowl, mix together butter, maple syrup and brown sugar until it becomes creamy. Fold in eggs and mashed bananas until well blended. Stir banana mixture into flour mixture; then add delicately the nutella spread. Put batter into a greased loaf pan. Bake for about an hour at 180°C until a toothpick inserted into center of the loaf comes out clean. Let the bread cool in pan for 10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack.

Feed your imagination...

32 comments:

K & S said...

looks and sounds delicious! I think I have some nutella, may have to try making this :)

tigerfish said...

Hungry no more?! But I'm so hungry now, even after I feed my imagination with your banana nutella maple syrup bread.

The closest I can get to now is to grab a banana I have and munch on it :(

Ann said...

Mmmm... my daughter was just hinting heavily to me yesterday about how much she adores banana bread. I may have to try this recipe out on her!

Manggy said...

Your dad was quite the inventor-- banana ice candy? I've never had that before! We just fluctuated between minatamis and maruja. I'm sure I'd greatly appreciate having your delicious banana bread in the mix :)

glamah16 said...

I could never tire of bananas! This bread looks like one of the best I have seen by far.

oggi said...

All the stuff that I love are in your bread, I love it! Great photos too.

Oh I miss the different varieties of Philippine bananas specially lacatan and latundan.

Somebody's wife said...

I just made a loaf of brown sugar banana bread over the weekend and have found numerous blog postings featuring different recipes today. This recipe looks fantastic. After me and my husband have polished off the one we currently have, I'm going to try yours. Yum!

Half Baked said...

mmmm this banana bread sounds superb! I'll have to give it a try.

Liliana said...

Bananas, Nutella and maple syrup - fantastic combination. My family will go nuts over this.

Great recipe!

Rachelle said...

Mmmm, Nutella. I'm afraid that if I were to attempt this recipe, the Nutella wouldn't make it to the batter ;)

Brilynn said...

That sounds awesome! All these banana bread recipes are making me crave some!

Susan from Food Blogga said...

You mean it's possible to tire of the taste of bananas? No, it can't be possible! Thanks for the fabulous banana bread recipe too!

Kevin said...

Nice looking banana bread. I like the sound of using maple and nutella in it!

maybahay said...

what's not to love about this?
nutella, maple syrup and banana-gorgeous on their own but must be perfect thrown together in a cake.

Liliana said...

I made this delicious banana cake tonight and I was right - my family went nuts over it!

thanks for sharing your recipe!

My Sweet & Saucy said...

I love banana bread and I love nutella...what a fun combo!

Tarah said...

The combination sounds and looks wonderful! Lovely photos! Looks wonderful.

Passionate baker...& beyond said...

What a fab way of remembering your sweet Dad Dhanggit...just the perfect recipe to share. This looks FAB...that's from someone who's not a huge banana fan. Seriously it sounds lovely. You've been tagged for your top 10 photographs (only if you want to do it) & a YUMMY award! Cheers *muah*

Passionate baker...& beyond said...

Oops sorry Dhanggit...there's another one too. It must be old age, forgot award nbr 2...:0)

haze said...

Banana and nutella are a perfect combination ! I used to bake cake to impress Honey but he prefers my my brownies :D! His more of a chocolate fan, will try to do this ! So are we okay on Thursday ?

Gloria said...

This look really nice Dhanggit!!! Love your recipes!!! xxGloria

Marvin said...

My wife just actually made me some banana nut muffins. But the addition of nutella sounds so good.

oggi said...

Hey, I tagged you a while back for a personality test but forgot to tell you.:)
If you are in the mood to take the test here is the link

Gigi said...

*drooling* banana bread and nutella in one bite? it can't get any better than this! thanks for another fab recipe!

Dee said...

lovely recipe. i was planning on making my usual banana cake with streusel today, but may just part with my nutella and try yours instead. thanks.

Big Boys Oven said...

wow! this is so nice and yet so tradisional! just love it!

Suzana said...

Sounds rather nice - I love Maple syrup and I absolutely love the idea of matching it with banana!

Maya said...

not only you feel my imagination & make me stick to my kitchen. you also feed my soul.

This is one of my many favorites that you make.

Rosie said...

WOW oh WOW what a great banana bread with Nutella Maple Syrup perfect :D

Rosie x

Liliana said...

Dhaggnit, I have made this wonderful banana bread so many times, I want to write about it in my blog and link to your blog for the recipe.

Email be back and let me know if it's ok with you.

thanks...

recette tiramisu said...

nice recepie

i wait for an other recepie

recette triamisu said...

Mmmm... my daughter was just hinting heavily to me yesterday about how much she adores banana bread. I may have to try this recipe out on her!