If you’re a fan of banana bread, you’re going to love this high protein banana bread recipe. As the title implies, it’s microwavable and super simple. You’ll need five ingredients max, and the cook time is just as short. Not to mention, one mini loaf, mug cake, or whatever you want to call it contains 27 grams of protein.
Before you get to the recipe, I’ll quickly add that I’m mad for microwavable protein desserts and sweets. If you enjoy this banana bread and want to try my other recipes, I’ll link a handful of my favorites below.
Other microwavable protein brownies and mug cakes you might enjoy:
High Protein Banana Bread Recipe
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Check out this clip of the double chocolate banana bread to get an idea of how this recipe is. You’ll also see that I use a separate bowl for mixing, which can make your finished product a bit prettier.
If you’re going to be making more of my microwavable protein treats, I can’t recommend the white bowls you see in the clip above. You can check them out, and every other product or tool I use, on my Amazon list.
Microwavable High Protein Banana Bread Recipe
Have delicious high protein banana bread in minutes with this simple recipe.
- 1 large (110g) Banana
- 1 scoop (32g) Protein Powder, vanilla
- 2 Tbsp (13g) Graham Cracker Crumbs
- 2 Tbsp (30mL) Walden Farms Pancake Syrup, or your choice of sticky sweetener
- 1 Tbsp (7g) Walnut Pieces
- Peel and mash a banana in a small bowl.
- Add the remaining ingredients except for the walnuts and stir until fully incorporated.
- Microwave for 90 seconds or until cooked in the center.
- Top with walnuts and syrup (optional) to taste.
Entire recipe has 5 Smart Points
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1 loaf
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 315Total Fat: 7gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCarbohydrates: 38gProtein: 27g
Saturday 3rd of July 2021
I was very skeptical as recipe seems to be missing ingredients - I kept looking for evidence of egg left out of ingredients. I had to cook it way longer than 90 seconds, even with a powerful microwave. I lost track of time but it was at least 3X as long before it looked cooked. I did not weigh my banana so I am wondering if maybe it was too large. I did add 1/2 TBSP SF chocolate chips. I did add the walnuts and the SF syrup on top after cooking. It tastes delicious!
Wednesday 15th of April 2020
One of my favorite protein desserts! I make this every couple weeks and it's perfect every time. Great with ice cream if you can spare the macros. I normally put the walnuts in the batter rather than on top. So tasty!
Friday 15th of February 2019
This is my go-to banana bread recipe now (minus the walnuts due to allergies). I suggest to get a little daring and throw some chocolate chunks in there... I promise you won't be disappointed.
Sunday 16th of September 2018
I was sceptical about this as it seemed too easy and too good to be true. I was sooo wrong! It was dead easy indeed, and fabulously tasty. I only replaced the walnuts with berries (just to save a few calories, but otherwise the walnuts go better with the banana flavour). Thank you for this recipe, loved it!
Monday 17th of September 2018
Happy to hear you enjoyed it! And I love the berry swap idea. Thanks for the feedback.