This delicious banana bread includes the freshness and lightness of seasonal strawberries, the sweetness of banana and the super appetizing whim of white chocolate.

Moist and with a characteristic banana flavor, banana bread is the easiest bread to make, and it has become very common since it is a great way to avoid using large amounts of sugar , since that fruit already brings great sweetness to the mix.

There are a wide variety of banana bread recipes, and what they undoubtedly have in common is that they are baked in tall rectangular molds and take on that characteristic shape. They are usually raised with chemical pastry yeast (not baker's yeast) and, in fact, due to its characteristics it could also be called banana cake .

In today's version, both the banana and the strawberries give it great juiciness. It is a fresh cake, and thanks to this it goes very well, but for all its load of fruit, eggs and other ingredients it fills up with a single piece and it is used a lot. I hope you enjoy it as much as at home!

Strawberry Banana Bread

Ceramic terrine Le Creuset

Banana bread recipe with strawberries and white chocolate


  • 220 gr strawberries
  • 220 gr pastry flour
  • An additional tablespoon of flour (to flour the strawberries)
  • 90 gr brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp yeast (3 gr)
  • 1 tsp bicarbonate (5 gr)
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 3 ripe bananas
  • 2 XL eggs
  • 70 gr oil
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 115 gr white chocolate for confectionery


  1. Wash and cut the strawberries, first in half lengthwise and then making several halves of each one, to obtain pieces that are not very large but that maintain their shape after baking, and that do not completely melt in the heat.
  2. In a bowl, mix the dry ingredients: flour, sugar, yeast, baking soda, and salt.
  3. In another bowl, mash the bananas with the help of the KitchenAid tamper and add the eggs, oil and vanilla extract. Mix well with a whisk.
  4. Pour the wet batter (the banana-egg mixture) into the bowl with the dry ingredients and mix well using a ball-tipped whisk.
  5. Add the white chocolate cut into pieces (chocolate chip size) and the strawberries, and mix well.
  6. Prepare the bowl (in my case the 32cm Le Creuset ceramic terrine ), applying butter or release spray . Pour the mixture into the mold.
  7. Place the mold in the oven, preheated to 200 ºC, and bake with a lid for 20 minutes at 200 ºC and then 15 more minutes at 180 ºC.

Strawberry Banana Bread Recipe

Adélie white salad bowl , KitchenAid presser , WMF steel bowl and Nordic Ware measurers


  • To bake the cake I have used the terrine because, thanks to having a lid and having a narrow width, the heat penetrates quickly into the dough and it cooks quickly. But you can use any tall, rectangular pan.
  • It is worth flouring the strawberries before introducing them into the mixture. Doing so will help prevent them from sinking to the bottom during baking and the dough from caking around them.
  • Strawberries and white chocolate are made for each other, but dark chocolate is also delicious with them. And it also goes perfectly with the banana, so you can replace the white chocolate with black and it will be delicious, with a more intense flavor and contrast.
  • You can use chocolate chips, but remember that you can always use chocolate instead to melt into a tablet and chop it like I did. This way you are more aware of the amount of chocolate you are using and it comes out more economically.
  • If you want to vary the recipe, you can also do it simply by using banana and dark chocolate, you will see how delicious it is.

White Chocolate Strawberry Banana Bread Recipe

Rectangular ceramic terrine Le Creuset


Nuria said:

Concretamente q medida tiene el molde?

Carmen said:

Espectacular‼️ Usé harina integral en vez de repostería y panela por azúcar moreno. Salió un bizcocho esponjoso y húmedo, riquísimo. La guardaré como una de mis recetas preferidas. Muchísimas muchísimas gracias 😘♥️

Claudia&Julia said:

¡Hola Carmen!

Por supuesto, puedes usar cualquier molde alto y rectangular. Si no dispone de tapa, puedes utilizar papel de horno para cubrir la masa durante el horneado.
Esperamos que te guste. ¡Ya nos contarás!

Claudia&Julia said:

¡Hola Nuria!
Muchas gracias por tu comentario. Nos hace felices que te haya gustado y que disfrutases del resultado.
¡Un saludo!

Claudia&Julia said:

¡Hola Mari Carmen!
Nos encanta que te haya convencido. Ya nos contarás qué tal el resultado, esperamos que te guste. ¡Un saludo!

Claudia&Julia said:

¡Oh, Clara! Muchas gracias por tu comentario. Nos alegra mucho que te haya gustado y de que fuera un éxito en vuestra merienda. ¡Un saludo!

Carmen said:

Se puede hacer en molde Emily Hemri sin tapa ?

Carmen said:

Se puede hacer en molde Emily Hemri sin tapa ?

clara said:

sin palabras yo la hice tal como es la receta en tarrina a salido superior y muy suave y riquisima todo un exito , en una merienda con amigas , gracias un saludo con cariño de clara

Mari Carmen said:

¡Me has convencido! Super fácil de hacer, una versión distinta al tradicional pan de plátano pero super fácil de preparar y un resultado estupendo. Estupendo, enhorabuena y ¡Gracias!

Nuria said:

¡Delicioso! Solo verlo me moría por hacerlo y el resultado es fabuloso! Muchas gracias por la receta, estoy enganchada a vuestro blog!

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