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Eggless and Dairy-free Delicious Banana Bread

This is the most delicious banana bread that I have had and I totally discovered it, after trying several recipes and not finding one that I really loved. I guess that if you want something to be right, you gotta do it yourself! Haha!
This bread is spongy, moist, delicious and healthy. It truly is amazing and easy to make.

Wet Ingredients:
– About 1 cup mashed ripe bananas (about 3 medium ones) If it is more, better. 🙂
– 3/4 cup water
– 1/3 cup coconut oil or butter or ghee (or a mix of two or more)
– 2 tbsp raw organic honey
 
Dry Ingredients:
1 3/4 cup flour (I like to use unbromated, unbleached)
2 tsp baking powder (I like aluminum free)
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt (I like Himalayan)
2/3 cup coconut sugar
A dash of ground cinnamon
 
Optional ingredients/toppings:
– ground chia seeds
– ground flax seeds
– sliced almonds
– crushed pecans
– shredded coconut
 
Instructions:
1. Preheat oven at 350.
2. Put all wet ingredients in mixer and mix together until dough is consistent. 
3. Slowly, add dry ingredients as the mixer is going. Dough should be a bit sticky and thick. Add more water if needed. 
4. Pour it onto pan and sprinkle toppings (if desired).
5. Bake for 30 minutes and insert toothpick. 
It should come out clean when it is ready. 
If it doesn’t come out clean, add 5 minutes at a time and check again. 
For the four mini loaves in the stone pan (like in the picture), it takes 30 minutes to be ready. 
For one solid loaf, it might take closer to an hour. 
 
You can make muffins instead of a loaf or mini loaves, just set the timer to 18-20 minutes and check periodically until you figure out how long they take in your particular oven.


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Comments

  1. I’m so excited to try this! We are egg and dairy free. In fact, most of these ingredients line up with my preferences. I’ve been baking a lot more lately since we got a grain mill. Thanks for sharing!

    • That is awesome, Bess! You and your family will love it! I was nervous when I first made the concoction, hoping it would not only work, but be tasty and thank God it was! 🙂

  2. yum, yum, yum, I see this becoming a favorite around my place! Our crew here have been playing with ideas for egg/dairy free goodies as well. (Since I have post operative problems) The recipes come out interesting but always edible. Kitchen Chemistry! Bonus, it stays down for my poor frazzled system.

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