Lets go bananas!

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Lately my breakfast routine was something like this: two scrambled eggs, a cup of tea, half a smile. Not very exciting right?

Some days I would incorporate some fruit and some days I would change tea for coffee. This was getting very boring and since I was cutting out gluten and dairy, I was ready for other breakfast options.

I have always loved banana bread. It reminds me of home. I started reading around and found lots of recipes for this classic treat. I replaced some ingredients and found myself with a gluten and dairy-free recipe.

So for this week I present you this easy banana bread recipe that I eat for breakfast from time to time. Even my boyfriend had a piece and thought was really good!

Gluten and Dairy free Banana Bread:

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Ingredients:

-3 1/2 Bananas

– 3/4 Cup Stevia

-1 tbsp vanilla extract

-1/4 cup water

-1 cup almond flour

-1 tbsp almond butter

-1/4 cup cocoa powder

-1 tbsp baking soda

-1 tbsp cinnamon

Directions: 

Pre heat oven at 350°.

In a mixer blend the bananas, stevia, vanilla and water.

In another bowl mix the almond flour, almond butter, cocoa, baking soda and cinnamon.

Add dry ingredients to the banana mix and blend.

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Take out your prettiest pan. (Cooking doesn’t have to be boring!) I used this two silicone flowers. You can also use a medium bread pan or make some mini cupcake banana breads.

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Cook for 30 min.

If you wish you can add some fun with color sprinkles! Enjoy!

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One thought on “Lets go bananas!

  1. Pingback: Let us have dessert: gluten-free version | The Golden Limoncello

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