Easy 3-ingredient Banana Bread. Browse Our Bread Mixes And More Today. Nutrient-Dense, Whole Food Ingredients In Every Product. Banana bread is a classic recipe that is so comforting and extremely easy to make.
It started out as a sort-of experiment, but to my amazement, came out the perfect texture, was incredibly moist, and tasted delicious! Just pretend that I didn't forget to take a picture of the cake mix before I opened the box. 🙂 You can also find out how to make your own homemade cake mix here. If you don't have a very high success rate with bread don't be scared of this recipe because I'm pretty sure it's impossible to mess this up! …waiting for the bananas to become overripe was just about the hardest part about. You can have Easy 3-ingredient Banana Bread using 3 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Easy 3-ingredient Banana Bread
- You need 3 of ripe bananas.
- You need 1 box of yellow cake mix (I use Duncan Hines).
- It’s 2 of eggs.
I could not believe how good it was with such simple ingredients. Yes, you can make great tasting banana bread with a box of your favorite cake mix. When you're baking a loaf of homemade banana bread, you no longer have to fuss with flour, baking powder, eggs, etc.—all of that stuff's included in just-add-water pancake mix. Okay, it might seem a little weird at first glance, but it's totally possible to make bread with pancake batter. (Uh, hello, it's darn cheap, too.) This budget-friendly banana bread is perfectly tailored for.
Easy 3-ingredient Banana Bread step by step
- Preheat thr oven to 350°F,.
- Smash bananas in a large bowl, then add eggs, cake mix and mix well..
- Spray 2 small loaf pans or 1 large loaf pan with non stick cooking spray..
- Fill the pans (or pan) with batter..
- Bake for 35-40 mins, you might need to bake longer if using 1 loaf pan..
The bread itself turned out to be a smaller loaf than what I've made in the past, and it was easy to make because of the few ingredients it called for. I make this about twice a month when the bananas don't get eaten up and start to brown. I have tried twice and both times the cake was a little moist even after cooking for over an hour. I would definitely advise adding the baking powder if you are baking in the oven, I think the cake needs the extra lift. Cake mix, ripe bananas and eggs!