Thursday, January 3, 2013

My gluten free, sugar free Banana bread! YUM

I decided to do some baking today.  I wanted Banana bread but since cutting out gluten and sugar I am on a mission to find or create delicious recipes!!!

I played around and created a YUMMY Banana bread recipe.  Next time I will leave out Coconut flour (I don't like it) & use all rice flour. Or if I get brave enough I will eventually cut rice flour & use blanched almond flour.  (BTW love my new lens hubby got me for Christmas! Can't wait to use it in a shoot).

Here's the outcome, and the recipe:
1 1/2 cups White Rice flour
1/2 cup Coconut flour
2 eggs
1/2 a cup of soft butter (I LOVE Kerrygold (Trader Joes $2.50, Whole Foods), it's from grass fed cows, much more vitamins & minerals than regular butter. Only thing better than this is Raw grass fed butter, which I've made before {I'm pretty proud of that!}. YES butter is good for you! The more yellow the richer in nutrients.... Butter, not margarine.)
1/4 c milk  (organic if possible)
1 tsp baking soda
1 tbsp stevia
2 tbsp raw honey (local if you can)
I mashed banana (I mash it right in the peel)
1/4 cup walnut pieces (optional)
Mix all ingredients in a mixer, scoop into a bread pan, bake at 350 for 30-35 mins (I don't usually time things, I poke them with a knife & take it out when its just a little under done to keep it soft and very moist...)

{For a total Paleo recipe, substitute rice flour for almond flour & milk for a 1/4 c coconut milk.}

Topped with butter & a dribble of honey.....DELICIOUS!

 






4 comments:

Elisha Kemp said...

looks really good!

The Skinny on Staci said...

I have a couple friends doing GF. I will have to pass it along! The question you asked about the Greek yogurt (the email said no reply, I tried it as sour cream for the first time a couple weeks ago and I couldn't tell much of a diff AT ALL. The only difference to me was that it is creamier and richer than my water FF sour cream, but I liked the creaminess. I haven't tried it on a baked potato yet, but as far as in soups it has been great. :)

Tiffany Glenn said...

I have a question.... Do you use coupons for your ingredients? I have found coconut flour, rice flour, and almond flour to be VERY expensive. I really tried to eat healthier, more organic, but it was breaking the budget and unfortunately there aren't too many coupons or good sales on organic foods.

Adrienne said...

Tiffany, that's why I LOVE rice flour. it's very cheap. you don't need any coconut flour for this one if you don't want to. :)