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Monday, August 11, 2014

Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Loaf

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Hands down, this recipe rocks! Banana bread? Peanut Butter? Be still our beating hearts! This is such an easy recipe, you will want to make it all the time! Perhaps the hardest part is waiting the 45 minutes for it to bake! 


Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Loaf

Ingredients:
4 ripe bananas, peeled
4 eggs, yolk and white
1/2 c coconut flour
1/2 c natural peanut butter
3 TBSP unsweetened applesauce
1 TBSP coconut oil, melted
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
1/4 tsp cinnamon

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. 
2. Using a paper towel and a small amount of coconut oil, grease loaf pan. Place parchment paper in loaf pan as well.
3. Combine bananas and eggs into a stand mixer (or mixing bowl with electric hand mixer) and mix for approximately 1 minute to combine and mash bananas.
4. Add additional ingredients, mixing thoroughly to combine.
5. Pour batter into loaf pan. 
6. Bake for approximately 45 minutes at 350 degrees F. Allow loaf to cool 5 minutes prior to slicing and serving. 

NOTE: We have also made this recipe with Almond Butter and it tastes great! Although we haven't tried it, we would imagine that if you need a nut-free alternative, you could substitute SunButter.

Enjoy!
Tiffany


19 comments:

  1. School starts next Monday - I will definitely make this for the first week of school!

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    1. Good luck with school tomorrow! Hope you have the ingredients ready to go!

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  2. Could oat flour or wheat flour be substituted for the coconut flour? If so, what proportion? Thanks in advance!

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    1. It could. I'm not 100% sure of the proportions, but I would experiment with approximately 1/4 cup less and perhaps about 1/8 cup more applesauce to retain moisture. Let us know how it turns out!

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  3. What are the servings?

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    1. The serving size is actually specific to your goals. We recommend that you use a consistent online tracker (they are all a little different) to determine the macros for the specific brand ingredients you will be using.

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  4. Have you tried doing muffins with this recipe?

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    1. No, we haven't but you should be able to easily convert them into muffins! Let us know if you try it out!

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  5. I cut the recipe in half and it was way too runny, any ideas?

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  6. I tried to make this twice over the weekend. Both times it came out nice but then deflated/sunk in while cooling... Any suggestions?

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    1. Never mind, I had to use almond flour instead of coconut (can't get coconut flour here) and I just read up on the differences. That must have been my problem!

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  7. want to make this weekend but no applesauce.. any substitution suggestions?

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    1. Sorry I just saw this comment. We've never made it without the applesauce - did you try it? Or sub anything in it's place? You could probably use an egg or coconut oil.

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  8. I made this today and it rocked my world. I added some stevia sweetened chocolate chips. My daughter loved it too. New family staple

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    1. Haha! Love this! So glad you and your daughter loved it! :-)

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  9. Hi, I made this last night as directed and though the flavor was excellent, mine came out very moist - soggy even. Do you have any recommendations to make it drier next time?
    Thanks!
    -Ashley

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  10. Hi, I made this last night as directed and though the flavor was excellent, mine came out very moist - soggy even. Do you have any recommendations to make it drier next time?
    Thanks!
    -Ashley

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  11. Yummy!!! Just a note: if using sunbutter do not be alarmed if the bread turns green. Sunflower seeds and baking soda react by creating chlorophyll which causes a green color. The fresher the sunflower seeds the darker the green. It is actually a good thing but can be quite alarming if you have never used sunflower seed butter in bread. Trust me. ;)

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  12. 3 Studies PROVE Why Coconut Oil Kills Fat.

    The meaning of this is that you actually burn fat by eating Coconut Fats (in addition to coconut milk, coconut cream and coconut oil).

    These 3 researches from major medicinal journals are sure to turn the conventional nutrition world upside down!

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