Banana Bread: I haven't done a tremendous amount of fiddling with this, but I did once make it, for friends who are more chocolate-crazed than I am, by replacing 25g of the flour with good cocoa powder (not drinking chocolate) and adding 100g of dark chocolate, cut up into smallish chunks. And you could just as easily use the chocolate chips sold in the baking aisle of supermarkets.
Low-fat, low-calorie, dairy-free, egg-free, and NO refined sugar! With two full cups of banana in the recipe, lowering the fat without sacrificing flavor: http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2015/04/06/dark-chocolate-banana-bread/
This simple and easy banana bread recipe will make your family think you have turned into a domestic goddess. It is light, fluffy, most and oh so incredibly delicious. Just the smell coming from the oven is enough to drive you crazy for it.
Rhubarb Banana Bread and How to Ripen Bananas in the Oven - You will never miss the oil or refined sugar in this delicious whole wheat bread recipe. The rhubarb adds a nice tart flavor; while the banana balances out the tart with a lovely sweetness.
Banana Bread - Nigella Lawson recipe. While the recipe recommends simmering the raisins in rum before adding to the cake mix, I prefer apple juice or whatever juice might be in the fridge - it is sweeter.