The ten ounce box makes a small loaf with 15 slices. Bananas, water and eggs (or egg substitute) need to be added. After the mix is moistened, I fold in chopped walnuts and chocolate chips for a very decadent treat. You can buy it online directly from Simply Organic’s website or (in a discounted pack of three) from Amazon. I have not yet found it in a regular grocery store, but then again, I haven’t been to Whole Foods yet this year.
Instead of commercially prepared egg substitute, I use a home-made alternative made from flax seeds. The primary health benefit of flax seeds is its alpha linolenic acid content. Grind 1 tablespoon of flax seed, add 2 ½ tablespoons of water, bring to a boil, remove from heat and stir. One tablespoon of flax made this way approximates one medium egg. This can be doubled (or increased further) with the same proportions; it will keep in the refrigerator for a few days. While this obviously is not going to make a vegan soufflé, it is a handy and healthy binding option for baked goods that are enhanced by its nutty flavor.
Information for this post was obtained from Wikipedia and World’s Healthiest Foods websites.