Moist banana bread topped with a luscious swirl of chocolate.
1. Lining the pan with parchment paper is not essential, but the bread will come out of the loaf pan easier. I cut a sheet of parchment paper long enough to cover the bottom and 2 sides of the pan, lengthwise. I added 2 smaller sheets for the shorter sides.br]2. If you want a true marble bread, add dollops of chocolate between layers of banana batter.[br]3. When it comes to melting chocolate, the microwave is my best friend. If you don’t have a microwave, try this [water bath method from the The Kitchn. Of course, a double boiler works as well, but most of us probably don’t have that in our homes.[br]4. If psyllium husk is difficult to find, just leave it out of the recipe. I included it in the bread to make the flour bind together a bit more. The taste of the bread will not change.