High Protein Banana Oatmeal Bread | Vegan & Gluten-free

High Protein Banana Oatmeal Bread | Vegan & Gluten-free

If you want dessert for breakfast and you want a good amount of protein as well continue reading because this recipe will do both for you. I know oatmeal bowls are delicious and fun but sometimes you just want to bite on a warm loaf with some nut butter spreaded on it, along with your morning coffee.

This banana Oatmeal bread is not just delicious and moist with just the right amount of sweetness but also quite easy to make. It’s made with pantry friendly ingredients like gluten free oats, coconut flour and bananas.

It’s also pretty quick and mess free. You will need your food processor to blend the oats a bit, then you mix the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet ingredients in another. You then mix everything together, add your chocolate chips and bake to perfection.

You will love this loaf because it’s moist but still dense, with little pieces of chocolate in each bite and of course it’s vegan, gluten-free and high in protein thanks to the soy milk and protein powder.

I hope you try this and like it as much as I do!!

High Protein Banana Oatmeal Bread | Vegan & Gluten-free

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Rating: ★★★★★
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A sweet and moist banana oatmeal bread with chocolate chips that's high in protein



  1. Preheat your oven at 370 degrees. Line a small baking tray with parchment paper.
  2. Add the oats in a food processor and pulse 5,6 times until the oats break down a bit.
  3. Pour your oats in a large bowl and mix well with the rest of the dry ingredients.
  4. In a separate bowl mix the mashed banana with the maple syrup, the peanut butter and coconut oil. Then add the soy milk and continue mixing until you have a smooth mixture.
  5. Add your wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix until everything is well combined. Fold in your chocolate chips.
  6. Pour your dough into the lined baking tray and add some banana slices on top If you would like. Bake for 45 minutes or until the tip of a fork comes out clean when pinched.
  7. Let cool for at least 15 minutes then cut and serve.


  • Pulsing the oats will help the ingredients bind better together.
  • Instead of soy milk you can add any other dairy free milk you like.
  • You can add more chocolate chips if you would like.
  • If you want the load a bit sweeter you could add more maple syrup of opt for a vanilla flavored protein powder that’s sweetened.

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