Banana Bread for Two

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Air Fryer Banana Bread For Two — You’ll never guess HOW this easy, no-mixer bread is baked!! It’s super soft, tender, moist, and the perfect mini banana bread loaf for two!!

loaf of air fryer banana bread on countertop

Small Loaf Banana Bread for Two

Over the years I’ve made 40+ kinds of banana bread, but this version is different in two major ways. First, it’s small enough for two. Even though I never have a problem plowing my way through a loaf of banana bread, if you’re not as zealous as I am or only have two ripe bananas to use, it’s perfect.

Secondly, I made it in a Philips Viva Airfryer Digital. I’ve made banana bread in a slow cooker before, but this was new to me. I got the recipe from the Williams-Sonoma Airfryer Cookbook and as a money-saving bonus, use coupon code AIRFRYERBLOG to receive 30% off any Airfryer from their website.

The air fryer banana bread is fast, easy, and you don’t need a mixer. It’s soft, tender, moist, and we made quick work of this loaf for two in two days. I made it twice. Once with peanut butter and once without. You can’t go wrong either way and you can add nuts or chocolate chips if you’d like to jazz it up more.

small loaf banana bread in air fryer machine

What’s in Air Fryer Banana Bread? 

To make this mini banana bread with two bananas, you’ll need: 

  • All-purpose flour
  • Baking powder
  • Salt
  • Baking soda
  • Bananas
  • Granulated sugar
  • Vegetable oil
  • Egg
  • Sour cream
  • Creamy peanut butter
  • Vanilla extract
  • Chopped walnuts or chocolate chips (optional) 

air fryer banana bread in nonstick pan

How to Make Air Fryer Banana Bread

This small loaf banana bread is as easy to make as regular banana bread! Simply whisk together the wet ingredients, then mix in the dry. 

Turn the batter into the greased non-stick baking dish that accompanies the air fryer. Bake the banana bread until a toothpick inserted it the center comes out clean, or with a few moist crumbs. Let the air fryer banana bread cool for 10 minutes before eating. 

How to Store Air Fryer Banana Bread

This mini banana bread will keep airtight at room temperature for up to 1 week or up to 4 months in the freezer.

Air Fryer Banana Bread For Two - You'll never guess HOW this easy, no-mixer bread is baked!! It's super soft, tender, moist, and the perfect little loaf for two!!

Tips for Making Air Fryer Banana Bread

If you don’t have an air fryer, I’m sure you could make this small loaf banana bread in the oven using mini loaf pans. 

As I mentioned above, feel free to omit the peanut butter if desired. Likewise, you can add whatever mix-ins you want (chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, chopped nuts, etc.). 

Note that the nonstick pan is an add-on accessory that doesn’t come with the air fryer. 

Air Fryer Banana Bread For Two — You'll never guess HOW this easy, no-mixer bread is baked!! It's super soft, tender, moist, and the perfect mini banana bread loaf for two!!

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Banana Bread for Two

Banana Bread for Two

You'll never guess HOW this easy, no-mixer bread is baked!! It's super soft, tender, moist, and the perfect mini banana bread loaf for two!!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Additional Time 10 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt, or to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 medium very ripe bananas, peeled
  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup vegetable or canola oil
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 rounded tablespoons sour cream (lite is okay or Greek yogurt may be substituted)
  • 2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup walnuts, roughly chopped or 3/4 cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips, optional

Instructions

  1. Preheat the Airfryer to 330F. Spray the bottom and sides of the nonstick baking dish (this is an add-on accessory) with nonstick cooking spray; set aside.
  2. To a medium bowl, add the flour, baking powder, salt, baking soda, and whisk to combine; set aside.
  3. To a large bowl, add the bananas and mash with a fork.
  4. Add the sugar, oil, egg, sour cream, peanut butter, vanilla, and whisk until combined.
  5. Add the flour mixture and stir until just combined.
  6. Optionally fold in the walnuts or chocolate chips.
  7. Turn batter out into prepared baking dish, spreading it evenly with a spatula.
  8. Carefully place the baking dish in the variety cooking basket and insert basket into the Airfryer.
  9. Bake for about 30 to 40 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted it the center comes out clean, or with a few moist crumbs. Start checking at 25 minutes since the moisture content and size of bananas and climates vary.
  10. Remove the baking dish from the Airfryer, place on a wire rack, and allow bread to cool for 10 minutes. Invert bread onto a cutting board and flip right side up. Slice and serve.

Notes

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1048Total Fat: 65gSaturated Fat: 18gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 43gCholesterol: 101mgSodium: 797mgCarbohydrates: 117gFiber: 11gSugar: 86gProtein: 18g

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  1. I would love to try this banana bread recipe, it looks wonderful!! I’d also like to try a small peach or berry cobbler in the airfryer….I think it would be fantastic!!

  2. Made this bread with what I had on hand, no yogurt and used brown sugar instead. Turned out excellent. 330° for 25 minutes in my air fryer. Thanks for the recipe.

  3. Much better without the peanut butter. This one has been printed and is in my recipe book. Thanks. I used vanilla flavored greek yogurt and it turned out moist and yummy.

    Rating: 5
  4. I would like to be able make high protein, fruit bars. Certainly something better for you than what you can buy in the store.

  5. Love your blog and your recipes! Thank you for taking your time to do this for all of us. I’d love to see “regular” bread made in the air fryer.

  6. Love reading your recipes. Guess if I owned an airfryer the first thing I would try would be the banana bread for two. Of course I would need to purchase the accessory pan to go with the airfryer. Thank you.

  7. I would love so much to have an Airfryer! I would first try French fries. What better way to test out an Airfryer?! Next would be fried chicken, banana bread, cornbread, pumpkin bread … the list is endless!

    Thank you for this opportunity.

  8. I would love to try experimenting by baking a cheesecake and grilling chicken and trying multiple purposes !! Exciting :))
    (Plus I can’t wait to try the banana bread (with peanut butter because I love my bananas with peanut butter! I’ll let u know how it goes!)

  9. Hi Averie, I had not heard of an air fryer either but it sounds great to me! I love sweet potato fries but don’t make them often because of the unhealthy oil & grease. Being able to air fry and have those same foods without all the excess fat would be wonderful!

  10. Wow this recipe looks yummy.  I would love to be able to make a nice crispy on the outside but tender on the inside corn spoon bread.  I haven’t found a good recipe yet.  I’m hoping you could help me out.

    Thanks and keep the great recipes coming!

  11. I would love you to make a banana cookbook.i work  at a senior home an if there is one brown spot no one will eat it. Fry with air seems way out they would love to try.this would help cook better thanks for so many great recipes

  12. I’d have to try french fries! Your site is amazing, I think I gain ten pounds just looking at the yummy pictures

  13. Love your blog, always drool over your beautiful pictures.   I’d love to win & make this delicious banana bread….one of my favorites!!!

  14. Averie’s aite is a recent pleasure. I am old & old school. I KNOW how much I enjoy her recipes and making one? mebbe two? tonight. For no special reason. I am. Entering into a contest is exciting to me. I   never win and usually do not have the entry  fee. I LIKE making old school foods, meatloaf, pot roasts, fruit dessets for afterwards.

  15. One thing I’ve never been able to make successfully at home is sweet potato fries, partly because I’m afraid to deep fry, and they just don’t come out the same when baked. I would love to try making homemade sweet potato fries in this gorgeous Air Fryer! Thanks for the chance.

  16. I would love to make sweet potato bread! Ive never heard of an air fryer before, but now id love to cook with it! I would also try vegetables like brussels sprouts…and anything else that I originally pan fry…It will be awesome for my dad because he is on a low cholesterol diet. :)

  17. To tell you the truth, before today I had never heard of an air fryer. That banana bread looks awfully good, so I would try it.

  18. Hi Averie,
    I always wanted to try the air fryer to make crispy stuff, like chips or fries. And after reading this post, I am all the more interested to bake using the fryer as well ?
    PS: I have just made the 6-banana banana bread and it’s very yummy! Thank you for the delicious recipes!!

  19. I would hate to buck the trend, so I’ll go with french fries and fried chicken, and of course for dessert banana bread for two.

  20. I would like to try making french fries in the Philips Viva Airfryer as I have never tried an airfryer before. Your banana bread looks very good so would like to try that too.

  21. Oh my goodness.  I had never even heard of an “Air Fryer”.  If I won I couldn’t wait to play with it and make recipes for every meal!

  22. Hi Averie, if I win, the first thing I will make are stuffed won tons. Thank you for offering such a wonderful prize! Sylvieann xo

  23. I would love to win…I would make the cream cheese filled banana bread…first, then eventually I would make all the other recipes…..as they all look delicious….. 

  24. OH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!MYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY This is so exciting. I want to learn to cook in this new AIRFRYER. My husband loves fried chicken, but we try to stay away from the grease.. This sounds like it might be a lot healthier.

      1. I am thinking approximately a 4×4-inch pan. Air fryers are not very big inside. You should measure it, then put the dimensions on Amazon, and find the closest thing.

        Or just order one on Amazon that is specifically made for your model of air fryer. None of them come with it. Mine was a separate add-on order as well.

  25. I never heard of Airfryer. I would like to make something sweet. One nice thing about is,that it’s a small amount to make. I wouldn’t be wasting food. I only cook for myself.

  26. So many things I would love to try. Especially making vegetables I don’t like taste fried like buffalo cauliflower tots or making fried foods I do like into a healthier version like homemade mozzarella sticks!

  27. This appliance is new to me, but I’d love to try it! The first thing I’d make would be root fries (sweet potato, beet, carrot, parsnip…) Yum!!!

  28. I would love to win this package and make this banana bread. The combination is intriguing and I always loved peanut butter and banana sandwiches as a kid!
    Keeping my fingers crossed x.x.x.x. :-)

  29. I have never made banana bread before, but as I scroll through these pictures I can’t help but drool. Looks like there will be an experimental banana bread making night sometime in the near future, hehe. I didn’t even know it was possible to have cream cheese in banana bread, so that idea automatically blows my mind. I can’t help but get excited at the thought of of combining that recipe with the Strawberrry Banana Bread. That would be incredible…..

  30. This banana bread! I love the small size, I can demolish a regular loaf pretty quickly so this would definitely help me control myself

  31. Hmm…There are so many choices. I would probably make something sweet like your strawberry banana bread or a chocolate cake because chocolate is my favorite.

  32. OMGoodness – I would cook almost everything. Bake, fry, and more. Thank you for this wonderful recipe and opportunity. Question— is 350F doable in an oven?

  33. I think I’d like to try this banana bread with peanut butter in it. I have never put peanut butter in my banana bread before, but I’m sure it is an amazing game addition. Hope I win!

  34. I would love to try the banana bread, or just about anything, have never heard of a air fryer before, so would love to try one and cut out all the grease in our diet.

  35. Ooooh I have been wanting to make ‘Toasted Ravioli” which are actually fried…bet they would be awesome made in this Philips Air Fryer! This Banana Bread recipe would be on my list as well…
    Thanks Avery…love your blog!

  36. Duh, banana bread! Actually, I would probably be le a mad scientist, trying to see what I could cook in it. French fries? Fried chicken? Sausage? “Air Fryer” makes me think only of frying…but your banana bread is obviously not a “fry” item. I’d be excited to see what else the cookbooks suggest.

  37. The size is perfect-I’ve been known to cut a loaf of zucchini bread in half
    so it doesn’t go “bad” on the counter.  After 48 years my husband now has
    a sweet tooth.  He loves a mid morning snack.  Perhaps this will get me motivated.

  38. Since Chili seaason is finally around the corner… some awesome jalapeno cheese bread would be a good go-with. Yum!!!!!!

  39. WOW! So many choices but on this very chilly day in Wisconsin I’d love to try the fried chicken and sweet potato fries.  Thanks for all the awesome RECIPIES, appreciate them.

  40. I’ve been looking at this airfryer for a while now. My husband deep-fries wings all the time and the house gets all oily smelling. I would love to be able to make wings in the airfryer. Thanks for the give away!

  41. I would make sweet potato fries in the Phillips air fryer to use 1-2T of coconut oil to make it healthier and more flavorful and sprinkle with garlic and Irish grey sea salt.

  42. I love the size portion. Instead of something sweet, I’d like to try a taco pie with cornbread topping. Husband loves anything cornbread.

  43. I would definitely make banana-blueberry bread. Would also love to make fried chicken and any of your recipes. My daughter checks my inbox everyday to see what recipe you sent you. She loves to cook with me.

  44. I would like to win an air fryer because my daughter is away at college and is able to cook in the Christian dorms where she lives. We are always coming up with new things to try. We have an Instant Pot we cook with a great deal and I have been looking into an air fryer for our health.

  45. I would certainly try the banana bread for two but would have to try chicken strips and french fries — my weakness!!! (Pick me!!!)

  46. I am not familiar with an airfryer so I would try recipes from the cookbook.   I love to make all kinds of breads, so I would a yeast bread first. Thanks.

  47. Since, you can do so much with the Air fry the possibility are endless. Everything from frying fish or frying chicken to veggies, to breads and even desserts.

  48. Personally I would absolutely love to make some cookie dough cupcakes in the airfryer! And THEN, I would made these amazing power food chia seed doughnuts that I’ve been dying to try!!

  49. So many ideas, so little time!!!!  The Airfry looks fun to use.  I would try chicken
    and of course, your banana bread.?

  50. Would love to try it all. Love baking and the easier the better. There only 2 of us at home now so making supper
    is a chore to come up with something that not way to much and that  fast and easy. I’m not a planner so sometimes i reach in and see what comes out of the freezer or fridge. lol  

  51. I have been looking at these for sometime, I would love to make brownies for two and also try main dishes like chicken.

  52. I would like to be able to make recipes in this . I’m an empty nester & find it hard to make only enough for two.

  53. I would like to make a hearty whole grain loaf of bread for two. It would be great to have warm bread to go with a meal.

    Lynette 

  54. I would love to make some sort of yeast bread, as I find baking with yeast intimidating. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!

  55. My husband LOVES banana bread so this would happen often in our house. I’d also love to make fries of the sweet potato variety. Yum!

  56. I would love to fry mac & cheese balls.  I also make bow tie pasta chips  (breaded & fried)  to scoop up spinach artichoke dip for football season. The air fryer would be awesome. I have a delongi deep fryer, but rarely want to fill it with oil to fry.  Please, oh please !!!!!!  I would be beyond excited. 

  57. Wow, never thought to use the Airfry to bake goodies. I’d like to make fried okra, breaded cauliflower, and sweet potato fries. All the fried delicacies I just can’t make…I’m not a good fryer. But bake goodies I can do! So after those dishes I’d make your banana bread, as well as a spicy pumpkin bread or gingerbread. Can’t wait!!!

  58. I’ve never even heard of air-frying. I think I’d probably want to work my way through an air fryer cookbook. But I’d definitely start with some banana bread for my littles. :)

  59. Wow!, I’m going to try all 6 recipes during this fall season. I freeze my left over ripe bananas. So I need to start using them to make some room. These recipes look so delicious. I’m sure I will need to spend another extra hour in the gym when I indulge.

  60. I think I would like to try making and baking an

    Almond Poppy Seed Cake with Almond milk, coconut oil and stevia.

  61. Oh my gosh, I’ve watched infomercials for these things a billion times….I’m so intrigued! First thing I’d like to try is fried pickles. I crave them all the time, but have zero desire to mess with all the oil.

  62. wow an airfryer, first make would be roast chicken & vegies. I have seen these at Home Shows and very intrigued by them, have  seen the lovely meals healthy meals that can be made in very short time.

  63. I would like to try fried chicken in the Air Fryer to see if you could get the same crunchy skin whilst still having a moist inside like you do when you really fry chicken in a frying pan.

  64. I would love to make your Banana Bread for Two in the Airfryer. Your recipe sounds delicious, and I always have the ingredients on hand, including two ripe bananas (as much as my husband and I try to finish off each bunch we buy). I enjoy your recipes and have tried many of them. I confess I have just heard about the airfryer from you! Here I thought I was somewhat familiar with most of the new small appliances for the kitchen. Thank you.

  65. What a neat fryer! I would love to AirFry Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers. They are so hard to keep together on the grill. This would be perfect!

  66. Woohoo.. thank you for the chance to win! I really like to try this banana bread recipe in the airfryer :) it will be perfect as there’s 2 of us too!

  67. I think I’d like to make something with chocolate, like a brownie for “2” or a chocolate cake for “2” (but probably just eat it all myself since I couldn’t possibly divide it up between myself and 4 kids ?).

  68. My kids don’t like banana bread, but I love it!  They always make fun of me for making it… But if I had an air fryer, –I would be the one laughing–with a banana bread just for me and a cup of tea.  Yum! 

  69. What a great giveaway!  I’d probably try baking something – & your banana bread seems like a good thing to start with.

  70. After I made this delicious banana recipe once, or twice, okay maybe at least 6 times, I would definitely try making a triple chocolate cake!

  71. I would definitely start with the banana bread If any grandkids were over, I would add chocolate chips. I would then work my way through the cookbook.

  72. Ahh there are just too many options to pick from that you could make in an air fryer! Well, for starters, I would have to make this wonderful banana bread, but I would love to try making some fish and chips with it as well.

  73. I am done buying gadgets, in this case high priced, for my kitchen…so what is the
    conversion o make it but with standard dish and
    oven?
    Thank you

  74. I kid you not, I had never heard of one of these things until about a month ago and I became so intrigued I spent FAR too much time reading up about them. I think I’d make “fries” out of veggies (shocking, right?) I had no idea they made bread, too!!

  75. I would definitely make some kind of fries first – zucchini, sweet potato, whatever – savory foods are my weakness :)

  76. I wonder if panzarotti would work, those are italian deep fried pocket pizzas. Love them but avoid cuz of the deep frying…interesting gadget indeed! Thanks Averie!

  77. I would start off with your banana bread recipe for 2 of course! And then probably make more because it wouldn’t be enough!

  78. Umm OKAY this looks ??? as if I needed another reason to make banana bread ? I would definitely try some zucchini fries in this baby! Orrrrrr okay maybe some fall-inspired banana bread ???
    Thanks for the great giveaway!!

  79. Beyond obsessed with the spicy-creamy combo so I would have to try my hand at jalapeño poppers! Loving this bread idea too! It has to be a dream machine!

  80. Would love to make all the things – first this bread and then chicken nuggets! My favorite banana bread of yours is a combo of the strawberry banana and cream cheese filled – cream cheese filled strawberry banana bread – so good! I think I might try the peanut butter apple banana one soon, seems nice and fall-ish to me!

  81. French fries for sure! And I’ll experiment with many more of the recipes (including the banana bread). The airfryer looks like a time saver (and I need more time in my life! :))

  82. I would start out trying this banana bread! I frequently make banana breads to eat for lunch with peanut butter.

  83. Oh my goodness, this looks amazing Averie and the fryer is so cool!! :) I would LOVE to make either fries or some chicken in this!

  84. Well, first I would have to make this awesome banana bread. I live by myself so it would be perfect. Next, I would love to impress my grandkids with healthy French fries that taste great! Thanks for this fantastic give away!!

  85. I’d love to make crispy boardwalk fries, soaked for hours to remove the starch with the skin on and covered in salt and vinegar after they were fried. I love the looks of this bread!!

  86. This amazing appliance would be perfect for when I move into my RV in Florida!!! Imagine no excessive heat or electricity…yes!

    I LOVE to cook, using only organic ingredients and preferably fresh products. My Grandmas beef stew recipe and an authentic German Beef Stroganoff recipe I’m sure would be outstanding cooked in this beautiful machine!

  87. Hmmm… I’d make sweet potato fries! Used to hate the thought of sweet potatoes, but I’ve converted and turned into a sweet potato-aholic! YUM!

  88. Wow, not sure how you came up with banana bread in an air fryer, but more power to you! Ha! I think I’d try french fries first. Thanks for the opportunity!

  89. Absolutely smitten with banana bread for two, and only using 2 bananas. Honestly, I have really bad heartburn and and now have this fear of food. This sounds like something I could actually eat.

  90. While I’d definitely make the banana nut bread, I think I’d really like to make a small casserole. I get a hankering for tuna fish casserole sometimes, but being single I sure get tired of the leftovers before they’re gone.