This is an easy gluten and dairy free banana bread recipe that is perfect for using up bananas that are going brown, or need using up.
We often have bananas that are going slightly brown and I hate food waste so this is a great way to use them, and no one complains when I make it.
You will need:
200g plain gluten free flour (we use Doves Farm)
200g soft brown sugar
50g dairy free spread (or you can use coconut oil, margarine or butter) at room temperature
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Cinnamon approx 1- 1.5 tsp depending on how much spice flavour you want. You can also add some grated nutmeg, and do half a tsp of each.
3 very ripe bananas
Mash the bananas, in a bowl, then whatever butter or spread you are using, then beat in the egg. Add the sugar, vanilla extract, spices and beat for a minute or two until light and fluffy. Then add the flour and raising agents, and mix in well.
Pour into a parchment lined baking tin (this makes it so easy to remove, when cooked, and minimises washing up…
Bake at 180 degrees for 50 minutes, a skewer won’t come out entirely clean, because of the banana making the cake “gooier” than normal, but the loaf should feel firm, and be golden brown.
Fight off your family, who will all want to eat a slice. You can top this with icing sugar, or eat it still warm with a cup of fresh coffee, as is my preference. This banana bread keeps for (if there’s any left) in a baking tin, for 2-3 days. You can also add chocolate chips or chunks if you want to, to make it even more delicious and a treat.
found you through 365, glad I did, more allergy free baking.I wonder would this make egg free as well?
There’s only one egg in it, so I think it could be adapted.
Sorry, 4 year old helping me type. I think you could adapt this to be egg, I will have a bit of a look at similar recipes.