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Blueberry Greek Yogurt Banana Bread.

What do you do when the bananas are turning black on your counter?   You bake, of course!  This latest loaf of bread is a healthy alternative to traditional breads made with oil, and includes Greek yogurt and bananas to create a delicious moist bread that you will not be able to stop eating. 

Blueberry Greek Yogurt Banana Bread

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Ingredients:  (makes one loaf)

  • 1.5 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup organic cane sugar
  • 2 large ripe bananas
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup fresh blueberries

Instructions:  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Start by combining flour, baking powder, and salt in a large mixing bowl. 

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In a separate bowl, mash bananas with a fork until they are gooey and liquid-like.

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Add eggs, sugars, and vanilla…

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And a dollop of Greek yogurt!

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Whisk until everything is well combined and there are no lumps.

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Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, and mix until just combined.  At this point, fold in the fresh (or frozen) blueberries!

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Pour batter into a greased loaf pan and distribute evenly.

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Pop into the oven and bake for one hour, or until the top is golden brown and a toothpick comes out clean. 

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One hour later…golden deliciousness!

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I could not WAIT to dig into this.  Transfer to a cooling rack and (try to) let the bread cool for at least ten minutes before slicing.

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Oh.my.word.  Oooey gooey blueberry bread!  The combination of using bananas and Greek yogurt makes this bread so dense and moist – a perfect hearty texture.

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Smeared with a little Earth Balance while still piping hot…

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This is a great way to use all of those summer blueberries that are overflowing in the grocery stores this month. 

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Good thing I got to try a few pieces out of the oven… I had big plans to enjoy this loaf for upcoming breakfasts and over the weekend, but sadly one of my dogs decided he would eat the entire loaf in the 30 seconds I had my back turned.  I’m looking at you, Huey.

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Store carefully away from predatory pets, and enjoy!

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Tina     at 3:34 pm

Wait until the baby figures out that he can get rid of all the food he doesn’t want to eat by using Huey as his garbage disposal!!!! You will never know!

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Beth @ Beth's Journey to Thin     at 3:34 pm

Wow Emily this looks AWESOME!! I actually have a black banana on my counter right now begging to be used…

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Katherina @Zephyr Runs     at 3:35 pm

Those pups look waaaaay too innocent to do that!! :-) looks delicious!

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Lindsay     at 3:35 pm

YUM! I am excited to try this. I only have a few fresh blueberries, but I have some frozen raspberries that I might just throw in as an experiment.

And I cannot believe how many treats get stolen by Mr. Huey!! He is so sneaky. And hungry, apparently :)

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Brittany (A Healthy Slice of Life)     at 3:36 pm

haha, Huey has some nerve!! That bread looks so delicious though… I would demolish it, too right now!

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Ashley     at 3:36 pm

The texture looks AMAZING. You can tell it’s thick + cake-like. I can’t believe the dog already got it!! daaaang!

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Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga     at 3:37 pm

I just saw Deb of Smitten Kitchen make yogurt pancakes yesterday. This post and hers makes me wanna crack open the yogurt!

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Katelyn @ Chef Katelyn     at 3:38 pm

Lahhhhve <3 And high-protein, too!

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Ashley O. @ The Vegetable Life     at 3:40 pm

Oh my word that bread looks like heaven. I will need to try this asap (or when the bananas on my counter get ripe enough!)

I have a rotweiller and she eats everything too! This past christmas she ate a whole bundt pan of monkey bread!!!!!

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Charlie     at 3:43 pm

This bread looks soooo good! I wish I had ripe bananas to make it right now.

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Kim     at 3:48 pm

I am still so full from lunch but that bread looks so good, I can’t wait to try it at home!

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Cait's Plate     at 3:48 pm

YUM! Love how moist the greek yogurt makes breads! I definitely want to try this – maybe I’ll do a blueberry/raspberry combo and make it red, white and blue for the holiday! :)

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Balancing Sylvia Reply:

That’s an awesome idea!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Agreed – very cute idea!

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Angie @ Musings of a Violet Monkey Reply:

I had the same idea! :)

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Melissa @ HerGreenLife     at 3:49 pm

Not having to worry about food disappearing from the table and counters is something that I don’t miss about having a dog! Those two seem to be double trouble — you must be very patient and forgiving.

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Emily Malone Reply:

They most definitely ARE double trouble, but they are usually worth it. :)

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Beverly     at 3:52 pm

Emily this looks fantastic. Sort of like a blueberry muffin bread. Just curious if you think this would freeze well.

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Emily Malone Reply:

I honestly never freeze baked goods, so I can’t say for sure. But I don’t know why not! Wrap tightly!

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Nora     at 3:53 pm

This looks delicious, I’m really into baking with Greek yogurt right now. Do you think this banana bread would have significantly more protein compared with other banana bread? Do you have any tips for packing protein into baking?

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Emily Malone Reply:

The added 1/2 cup of yogurt would add about 10 extra grams of protein, which certainly can’t hurt anyone. :) You can also add protein powder to certain baked goods in small amounts.

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Jess     at 3:58 pm

This looks amazing..making ASAP!! Thank you :)

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Alayna @ Thyme Bombe     at 4:04 pm

That looks so cottony soft! I hope Huey enjoyed it, the little sneak. ;)

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Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family     at 4:06 pm

I echo everyone’s comment this looks fantastic. I’ve been snatching up bananas galore from the grocery store, as my family as huge banana bread fans. I will have to give this recipe a whirl for a little change of pace.

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Jessica @ Sushi and Sit-Ups     at 4:07 pm

I’ve also lost many a meals to the pup. That slice fresh out of the oven looks amazing, though!

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Julie (A Case of the Runs)     at 4:59 pm

Interesting bread! I like that it is lightly brown instead of dark dark brown like those always seem to do in the oven for some reason.

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Gina (Yogattude)     at 5:03 pm

Um…now I will wait impatiently for my bananas to turn! YUM!

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Blog is the New Black     at 5:05 pm

This looks amazing and moist!

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Kate     at 5:06 pm

What changes woud you make if you were using whole wheat flour?

It looks amazing. Thank you!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Maybe 1/2 and 1/2?

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Christine     at 5:17 pm

This is really great- I am constantly wanting an alternative to fatty ingredients when baking, and this is fantastic. Any tips on getting bananas to ripen faster?

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Emily Malone Reply:

Put it in a paper bag!

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Shady     at 5:34 pm

The bread looks awesome but as a vegan I’m wondering if you can suggest a replacement for the yogurt? I figure I could use flax eggs instead f real eggs but I really have no idea what to use in place of yogurt.

Thanks!

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Lauren Reply:

I had the same question. I was thinking maybe vegan sour cream?
This looks so yummy! I don’t really blame Huey. :)

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Caitie Reply:

maybe applesauce?

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Emily Malone Reply:

Yes! Just getting back here to answer this. I would try applesauce!

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Gina @ Running to the Kitchen     at 6:01 pm

Oh no! I feel like that happens to you a lot with the dogs! After my dog ate a full, uncooked ribeye as a puppy off the counter I make sure to shove things into the back corner of the counter top now :)

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Emily Malone Reply:

These were on the very back of the counter, but there was a towel underneath the cooling rack, and he grabbed the corner and yanked the whole thing forward. I can’t win! :)

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Marci     at 6:19 pm

Yum I love how baked blueberries really POP! And I love baking with Greek yogurt.

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Tessa @ Amazing Asset     at 6:25 pm

I love how healthy this is and also uses what is currently in season- blueberries of course!
Thank you for sharing :)

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Lindsey @Textbooks and Cookbooks     at 6:29 pm

This looks amazing! I can’t wait to make it:)

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Therese     at 6:41 pm

I bet the baby will be the size of that loaf of bread in a few more weeks. How cute to have a “loaf” in the oven, and not just a “bun!”

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Balancing Sylvia     at 6:55 pm

That looks so tasty. Those gosh dern dogs! No food is safe from my boxer either. :D

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Heather @ girlyeverafter     at 7:51 pm

Anytime I have fruit that is going bad I just bake with it. I’ve come up with some crazy random muffins, breads, etc, but I love bread so it’s ok!

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Lauren     at 7:53 pm

So delicious!!! I love adding yogurt to breads. Actually, I usually just add bread to yogurt but I like the idea of putting the yogurt inside.

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Jen     at 8:22 pm

the addition of blueberries is the perfect summer spin on banana bread. yum, emily!

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Emily @ Life On Food     at 8:30 pm

I just made this in the form of muffins earlier this week. Have you had the Stonyfield Banilla flavored yogurt. I normally get plain but this is always special treat. The extra banana flavor – YUM!

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Lauren @ vegology     at 8:54 pm

This looks phenomenal! How do you come up with these ideas? I bet this would be good with strawberries in the spring… blueberries in the early summer… and blackberries in the late summer. Love it!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Usually based on what I’m hungry for. :)

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Katherine     at 9:04 pm

Excuse my language, but holy shit!!! I want this-minus the eggs!

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Traci     at 9:15 pm

Had to add that my yellow lab mix once did the same thing with a loaf of fresh-out-of-the-oven banana bread… she ate it so quickly to avoid detection that she proceeded to throw it back up – all in one piece! It was at my mother-in-law’s house, of course. Perfect.

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chelsey @ clean eating chelsey     at 9:43 pm

Thanks for the reminder about updating RSS feeds! I need to do that! I couldn’t live without you.

That bread looks delicious – I’m all about banana blueberry bread!

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Leila @ Spinach and Skittles     at 10:00 pm

Oh why did I just freeze my brown nanners?!

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Luv What You Do     at 10:01 pm

That bread looks AMAZING! I always forget how good Greek Yogurt can be in bread!

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Jackie @ That Deep Breath     at 10:11 pm

That looks delicious! My dog does the same thing! I had a pizza on the counter and literally turned my back to get a soda from the fridge 4 feet away. Turned back around and half of the pizza was gone. Love the guilty picture of the dogs!

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Kristin @ eat healthy. be happy. live well.     at 10:48 pm

YUM!!!! I will definitely have to try this! I have extra ripe bananas and a million blueberries, but I never thought to combine them into a bread. Thanks for the great idea!

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Erica @ A Healthy Habit     at 11:05 pm

this recipe sounds absolutely wonderful alongside a cup of coffee in the morning! Cant wait to try making it

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Emily Malone Reply:

That was my plan until it disappeared!

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Amber K     at 12:39 am

That looks delicious! I totally miss banana bread, I used to make the most delicious banana bread ever. Then I had to go gluten-free and xanthan gum free. Things do not bake well when you have to cut out both!

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Kristine @ Running on Hungry     at 2:04 am

Not only can I not get enough of your dogs (they are SO cute), but my mom made Blueberry Banana Bread the other day and sent my dad to work with a couple of slices for me (we work across the street from each other in SF). Oh my goodness – SO GOOD!

Yours looks amazing!! Adding the Greek Yogurt was a great call. I love all your recipes!

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Kie     at 5:59 am

That looks simply delicious! Check out Hong Kong desserts at http://hongkongintern.wordpress.com/2011/06/29/life-is-uncertain-eat-dessert-first/

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Ann @ Day By Day     at 8:05 am

Wow! I’m definitely letting two of my bananas sit on the counter for a few extra days until I can make this!! It looks fantastic!

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Hope     at 8:18 am

That blueberry bread looks fantastic! I have been in love with blueberries lately. They have been so sweet. I can’t wait to try this recipe :)

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Sara @ lemony snippet     at 8:54 am

Emily,

I recently tried your cornbread recipe and broccoli cheese soup and I’m SO happy. They are both excellent and I think you’re so talented. I’m always worried about trying recipes I find online because they often aren’t as good as the blogger claims, but yours are excellent!
I can’t wait to try this blueberry bread. I think it’s the greek yogurt that really makes a difference. I love it!

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Emily Malone Reply:

So glad you have enjoyed them! :)

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Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen)     at 9:08 am

I loved the baby bump in the batter picture! You are too cute! The bread looks amazing. We never let it cool before we slice into breads! How could you when you have such incredible smells going through the house?!

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Leah     at 9:47 am

Awwww. Dogs.

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Kathi     at 10:14 am

I just put a loaf of this bread in the oven and it looks so yummy. I will say I nearly left out the sugar though! I had everything on the counter but was following along with the pictures and had it ready to go in the pan when I realized. Emily, you look adorable! :)

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Emily Malone Reply:

Thanks for letting me know! Sorry I left it out of the instructions – fixed it now. :)

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Kathi Reply:

And it is delicious!!

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Carolina @ Peas in a Blog     at 10:20 am

This looks delicious — do you think it would work with wheat flour?

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Emily Malone Reply:

I would do half and half.

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Angie @ Musings of a Violet Monkey Reply:

FYI – I subbed all whole wheat pastry flour in it, and it worked wonderfully. :)

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Carolina @ Peas in a Blog Reply:

Awesome! I’m going to give this a try w/ wheat pastry flour too :)

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Cindy Robinson     at 10:31 am

We must have been on the same wavelength, I was just wondering if I could use greek yogurt in a recipe that called for oil! Thank you for sharing!

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Chase     at 10:35 am

That looks super good!! I love blueberries. I’m kind of head over heels with summer fruits right now. My lunch today consists of watermelon, peach and banana and a salad. But the salad is totally secondary ;)

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Rachel @ The Avid Appetite     at 10:56 am

Love the yogurt in this instead of butter or oil. It looks so moist and sunny! Can’t wait to try it!

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Christina Rodriguez     at 12:01 pm

I love this recipe! I have 2 almost over ripe bananas so I may make this tonight, or tomorrow. Great recipe!!

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Siobhan     at 12:50 pm

Just made these in muffin form- delicious! Thanks for the recipe. Sorry yours got gobbled up!

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Britton     at 2:06 pm

I have a loaf of this baking in my oven right now! It is smelling delicious!!! Thanks for the recipe!

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Sara P     at 2:27 pm

Will this recipe not work with a flax egg?? I am a vegetarian as well and don’t eat eggs! Help!!! Any suggestions??

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Emily Malone Reply:

No it probably would! I just didn’t make it vegan since I was using yogurt.

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Carol @ LuckyZucca     at 3:09 pm

This looks delicious! And I know he was bad, but Huey is the cutest thing ever!!! haha I can’t stop laughing at that picture!

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Michaela     at 5:03 pm

oh no! but I bet he really enjoyed it :D Banana Bread is one of my favorites!
You look absolutely lovely :)

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Monica     at 6:59 pm

That looks amazing! And best wishes to you and your family to be!

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Yas     at 9:09 pm

Hi Emily-I was wondering if this recipe would work inna bread maker? I’m getting a new one for my wedding and can’t wait to use it. What do you say? Any changes to be made? Thanks!

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Karolina     at 10:44 pm

Oh wow! this looks delicious! I’m definitely saving this one to make:)

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Caroline     at 11:32 pm

Hi Emily! I just made this and it is fantastic!! Thank you! I love love love it. The only problem I had is that the bottom stuck a little because I was too impatient to wait for it to cool! Doesn’t matter – it’s delicious! Great recipe, thanks for sharing!

(PS: The recipage instructions don’t say to add the sugars, although I see that you fixed it on the entry above.)

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Mary Ann     at 4:04 am

Thanks for the recipe Emily! I have a container of cream top maple yogurt that I think I might use for this!

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Katie     at 9:28 am

this was SO delicious! Your recipe reminded me that I had some bananas in the freezer to use up. I swapped the eggs for flax eggs, the flour for whole wheat and it’s still delicious! I just wish I waited longer to put it away because now it’s a little on the soggy side on top… :(

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David     at 12:15 pm

Do you think Vanilla flavor Greek Yogurt would work or should I stick with plain?

It looks delicious!

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amanda     at 1:45 pm

This is tasty! Made it last night- I think its better second day though!

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Beth @mudandmanoloscycling.com     at 10:03 pm

I just made it with 1/2 oat flour and 1/2 whole wheat and cut a small amount of the sugar out. It’s great! So moist and full of flavor. The yogurt is amazing. Thanks!

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Angie @ Musings of a Violet Monkey     at 10:44 pm

Made this tonight!! Delicious!

I used whole wheat pastry flour instead of the ap flour, and added raspberries along with the blueberries… using almost 1.5 cups of berries, total. Moist, dense, and delicious. Just had a piece for dessert!

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Susan     at 2:39 pm

GREAT JOB Emily!! This is a winner!! I made it with half whole wheat flour and it turned out great – a new family favorite!!

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kelly     at 8:04 am

I made this last night. A-Mazing!! Thanks so much!! :)

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Sarah     at 2:12 pm

I made this last night, and when my husband got home from working the night shift and had a piece he declared he just fell a little more in love with me and that this was the best banana bread that he has every had- and he’s a tough critic!

The blueberries don’t even taste like they had been cooked because they were still really juicy, and the bread is so moist! Thanks for the recipe! This one is definitely a keeper :)

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Danielle     at 5:41 pm

Hi Emily,

Love the recipe. Just wondering approx how many slices you get with each loaf. Would love to serve this at a brunch:)

Thank you!

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Donna     at 4:01 pm

This recipe was awesome! I’m not a huge fan of banana bread, well, because it’s too banana-y for me. I loved the blueberries with it though and the yogurt made it so moist! I was quite pleased with how the recipe turned out. Definitely what we call a “make again” in our house. I made the recipe as written.

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shelby     at 9:41 am

I have made this recipe twice but baked it as muffins both times. Same temperature, 20-25 minutes. I also used 25% whole wheat flour, 75% white flour the second time and the texture was still fantastic. Thanks for the delicious recipe, Emily!

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Heather     at 8:43 pm

I made this today with WW pastry flour and it was DELICIOUS! I made muffins, hoping to cut the baking time down (hungry kids!). They turned out amazing. My 3 year old ate THREE muffins in one sitting. (And so did I…) Definite make-again favorite in our household. Thank you!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Yum! Glad it was a hit!

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Meaghan     at 4:01 pm

I also made this with whole wheat pastry flour the other day for a coworkers birthday as muffins and they were a HUGE hit! This is definitely going in my favorite recipe book :-) Thanks so much! what a great fun recipe for summer time!

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Holly     at 11:16 am

This was awesome! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. I modified a little on the first try (usually I’m too chicken to do that), and it turned out great! I used all white whole-wheat flour, and replaced the cane sugar with agave nectar.

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angela     at 3:03 pm

This was super yummy and easy to make. I am cutting back on sweet and came across this recipe and it was amazing!

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Ms. Jay     at 10:32 pm

What modifications to the recipe should I make if I don’t want the bananas in it?

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Katrina     at 2:07 am

Blueberry Greek Yogurt Banana Bread by Katrina in the oven hope it tastes as good as it looks! I added some walnuts and almonds – I-ll let you know :D

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Callie @ The Wannabe Athlete     at 1:39 pm

FYI – just made this again. Hope you’re having fun in Hawaii! :)

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Emily Malone Reply:

Too funny! :)

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Nicole Daniels     at 2:01 pm

I just made this, substituting Stevia for the cane sugar and it is the best banana bread I have ever had! Thank you for this recipe, I will make this again and again

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Kate     at 8:02 am

This looks SO good ~ Any idea on approx calories so I don’t overindulge?

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Jen     at 7:07 pm

Made this today and it was so good. I’m excited to try using the Greek yogurt in other baked goods!

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Sarah Louise     at 8:45 pm

I have made this bread multiple times now and I just had to tell you my husband is always thrilled when he hears what is in the oven! The first time I made it he actually told me that he thought he loved me just a little bit more because of this bread ;)

It has been a HUGE hit with everyone that I’ve served it to. A couple months ago I made it for the brunch my parents hosted after my sister’s wedding…and my family kept raving about how moist and delicious it was!

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Daniel     at 10:16 am

Two questions:

1-Are you using full fat greek yogurt or is it possible to use 2% percent?

2- Are you baking this in a 9×5 pan or an 8×4?

Thanks

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Daniel     at 10:20 am

Actually, one more question!

How many cups of banana did you use?

1 cup? or less?

Thanks

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Emily Malone Reply:

Hi Daniel! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Not sure on cups of banana – probably close to one? I used Fage 2% greek yogurt, and baked in a 9×5 loaf pan. Hope that helps!

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Looks great! Did you use plain Greek yogurt or vanilla?

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I know this is an older post but I just made this tonight in mini muffin form. I’m pregnant (first trimester) and pretty much only keeping down carbs and oj. These were so good. My 18 month old son loved them as we’ll. :)

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