Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread (GF)

Updated: Sep 1, 2020

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Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread
Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread

While everyone else was hoarding toilet paper, I was hoarding bananas. And chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate. They may have their bathroom necessities sorted for the next 3 years, but I’m the one who’s coming out of this with a loaf of fudgey, Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread. Who’s the real winner here. (And yes, I’m well aware there’s a crude, brown, potty joke in here somewhere, but we’re talking about food so I’ll go without.)


If you’re like me and may or may not have bought one too many bunches of bananas during your last grocery run, never fear! Just grab a few more ingredients from your pantry and in about 10 minutes, your oven is going to make your house smell like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.


Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread
Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread

This banana bread is made gluten free and grain free from the coconut flour. A slice of this bread for breakfast or a snack will also keep you satisfied from the healthy fats and fiber in coconut. It’ll also energize you naturally with the unrefined sugars found in bananas and date syrup. The dark chocolate chunks sprinkled throughout, not only not only add a sweet crunch, but are also a great source of antioxidants. So add an extra handful of chocolate in there. It’s good for you!


I used black sesame tahini in place of refined oils. Black sesame gives the bread and extra dark color and nuttiness, as well as a boost of calcium. If you don’t have it on hand though, and nut or seed butter works well here. Cashew butter is a neutral option. If you’re a peanut butter chocolate fan though, by all means, go ahead and make this into a giant peanut butter cup.

Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread
Double Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread

This recipe is also a great meal prep option. The ingredients come together easily and quickly. The only hard part is waiting at least half an hour for it to cool completely before cutting into it. Ludicrous, I know. If you want to rip into it whole immediately out of the oven, I’m not going to j