Banana Walnut Bread – Eggless Banana Bread

May 5, 2020 Cakes/Muffins  16 comments

Banana, walnut and cinnamon are an excellent combo. This Banana Walnut Bread is an easy, moist & flavourful bread that can be made quickly. I am always happy to bake banana based recipes as it uses up a couple of over ripe bananas which is usually available at home. Honestly this tasted much much better than the store bought ones.

Its been a long time since I baked anything. I came up with this recipe since my sis wanted to make it for my little niece 🙂 I adapted the recipe from joy of baking and it came out really well. Am glad Chotu liked it too. Happy Kids!! Happy Moms!! 🙂 Do try my Banana Mug Cake if u are looking for a single serving.

Here is the video..



Now to the recipe…


Banana Walnut Bread

[Preparation Time-10 mins : Cooking Time- 40 mins]

Banana Walnut Bread Ingredients:

  • All purpose flour/Maida – 1 cup
  • Brown Sugar – 1/4 cup
  • Sugar – 1/4 cup
  • Melted Butter – 1/4 cup
  • Curd – 1/4 cup
  • Walnuts – 1/4 cup
  • Banana – 2
  • Salt – a pinch
  • Baking soda – 1/2 tsp
  • Baking powder – 1 tsp
  • Cinnamon powder – 1 tsp


Banana Walnut Bread



  • Take 2 ripe bananas and mash it without any lumps. Over ripe bananas are perfect. Add melted butter and curd to it.


  • Mix well so that the ingredients blend well. Add both the sugars and mix. Now sieve in the all purpose flour, cinnamon powder, baking soda, baking powder and salt.

  Banana Walnut Bread My Magic Pan

  • Mix gently so that the ingredients blend well. Finally fold in the chopped walnuts. Pour the batter in a greased/floured baking tray. Bake it in a pre-heated oven (180 deg C) for 35 to 40 mins or until an inserted tooth pick comes out clean. Cool on a wire rack and slice when it cools completely.



Thats it!! Banana Walnut Bread is ready!!

Store in an air tight container when it cools completely.


Banana Walnut Bread My Magic Pan




  1. I have used both brown sugar and normal sugar. Brown sugar gives a unique texture. U can skip if not available.
  2. U can add as much or less of roughly chopped walnuts.
  3. Do not over mix the ingredients, only then the Banana Walnut Bread will be soft.


Banana Walnut Bread


– By Sundari Nathan

16 comments to Banana Walnut Bread – Eggless Banana Bread

  • Kanak Hagjer  says:

    I have a weakness for banana bread…and this one looks very tempting! Lovely pictures too!!

  • Hema  says:

    One of my favorites, and your pictures make me want some right now..

  • Jeena  says:

    Liked it a lot…Well made, yummy cake with superb clicks…

  • Anlet prince - Annslittlecorner  says:

    Wow looks perfect

  • Sheryl  says:

    Tried and it turned out excellent. Your presentation is simple and excellent. God bless

  • Sharmila -The Happiefriends Potpourri Corner  says:

    Lovely bake… Banana bread is my all time favorite!!

  • Nalini somayaji  says:

    lovely banana walnut bread …just yummy

  • Meena  says:

    Very yummy bread

  • neha  says:

    Can we make it in cooker?? If yes thn for how many minutes should we keep it in cooker??

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      Sorry haven’t tried making in a cooker, so unable to help at the moment..

  • Dipti  says:

    Tried it… excellent.. thanks fr ur simple yet tempting recipe

  • Charmi  says:

    Can we store it in fridge. How long??

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      Refrigeration is not needed, it stays good in room temperature for 5-7 days (I live in a cold place). But if u want to refrigerate, u can. Am not sure about the duration as I haven’t tried..

  • Guneet  says:

    Can we use eggs instead of curd

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      Yes, U can use 1 egg instead of curd..

      • Guneet  says:

        Thank you 🙂

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