Carrot Cake Banana Bread

Who loves Carrot Cake?

Who loves Banana Bread?

If you answered yes to both of these questions, then this might be the bake for you!


Today is International Carrot day (for those of you who didn’t know!!!), so naturally I had to bake something with carrots. The original plan tonight was to bake a Banoffee bread so I thought to myself, ‘Why not just combine the two?’.

(PS. Keep your eye out for the Toffee Banana bread, It’s still on my list of things to bake!)


There’s two tablespoons of pecan butter in this recipe, if you’re struggling to find pecan butter you could always try Coconut oil and add some chopped pecans?

Carrot Cake Banana Bread


150g Brown Bread Flour
100g Oats
75ml Maple Syrup
2 Ripe Bananas
2 Medium Carrots
40g Sultanas
2 Eggs
2 Tbsp Pecan Butter
2 tsp Baking powder
2 tsp Cinnamon
1/2 tsp Nutmeg


– Peel and then grate the 2 carrots

– In a bowl mash the two ripe bananas with the back of a fork (the riper the bananas the easier this will be!)

– Blitz the oats in the food processor to produce a flour

– In a large mixing bowl, place the oat flour, brown flour, baking powder and spices.

– Add the mashed bananas and carrot grating to the bowl and mix.

– Next, add the maple syrup, eggs and Pecan butter and mix well.

– Finally add the sultanas and stir in.

– Transfer the mixture into your baking paper lined loaf dish. Don’t over fill, if you get to around 3/4 full and you have some mix left over, pop the remainder into muffin trays. If you over fill, the bread will spill out of the tin and onto the bottom of your oven!

– Bake at 180C for 60 minutes. Check that it’s cooked with a skewer (if it comes out clean it’s done!)



16 Comments Add yours

  1. soupandsaga says:

    Oh. Man. Two of my favourite things! I’ll definitely have to try this one.

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    1. Amazing! If you do, send me a photo and I’ll put it on my blog 😊


    1. Thank you so much! 😊


  2. I’ll definitely try this, I hope it turns out like your own.

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    1. Amazing! If you do, send me a photo and I’ll add it to my blog! Started following you, you’ve got some great posts! 😊

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      1. Thank you, following you too!

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  3. miablogss says:

    Thanks for all Of the likes x

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  4. miablogss says:

    Wow I love how you combined two different recipes together to make a cool fusion. I am definitely gonna be trying this out soon x

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks! If you do, send me a photo and I’ll add it to my blog 😄 x

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      1. miablogss says:

        Wow thanks! That would be wonderful. I’ll hopefully bake it soon. Thanks for a lovely offer. 😄X

        Liked by 1 person

      2. miablogss says:

        I was wondering if leaving a link to your blog on my baking posts to take some of my readers to your blog for other great bakes of yours would be appreciated x

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      3. That would be amazing! 😊 x


      4. miablogss says:

        OK I’ll add it to my most recent post. I wanted to know if you enjoyed reading my blog post that you liked (double chocolate cookies) and whether you have any tips on how to make it better! 😊😊X

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      5. They looked amazing as they were! And thanks 😊. If you use Instagram, follow me on there for loads more photos! X


      6. miablogss says:

        OK thank you. I’m now also following your blog and I will follow your Instagram ASAP! X

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