This banana bread with oil recipe is tasty and simple to make. Your family will love this delicious no butter banana bread. Our easy recipe simply replaces the butter used in most banana bread recipes with vegetable oil. It is the perfect solution if you have run out of butter late at night ("$@&%! No more butter in the fridge. How do I make banana bread now?"), can't get to the store (due to snow, storms, etc.) and/or want to reduce the saturated fat associated with butter. Moreover, this no butter banana bread tastes just like a traditional old fashioned banana bread. Your family will love it! Visit BreadDad.com for more great banana bread recipes.Please rate & comment on this recipe in the comment box below the recipe instructions. Thanks!
Mix in remaining ingredients. Stir until the batter is fully mixed.
Optional - If you want to enhance this "basic" no butter banana bread, you can stir in a cup of your family's favorite dessert ingredient (i.e. chocolate chips or chopped walnuts) after you have mixed the batter.
Pour the finished batter into a nonstick bread pan. Smooth out the top of the batter within the bread pan.
Bake in the oven for 65-70 minutes or until golden brown.
Take out of oven and let the banana bread cool down in the bread pan for 10 minutes. Do not remove the banana bread from the bread pan during this 10 minute cool down period. Use oven mitts as the bread pan will be very hot coming out of the oven.
After 10 minutes, remove the banana bread from the bread pan. Place the banana bread on a cooling rack in order to completely cool. This cool down may take 1-2 hours. Gently slide a silicon spatula between the banana bread and the bread pan walls if the banana bread is stuck in the pan.
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