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Banana bread with dates and walnuts - dairy and gluten free


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Ingredients

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Wet ingredients

  • 300 g ripe bananas, halved
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract or essence
  • 60 g coconut oil (liquefied)

Dry ingredients

  • 175 g raw almonds
  • 25 g chia seeds
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg
  • pinch salt
  • 50 g Coconut sugar or rapadura sugar
  • 1 tbsp Gluten Free Baking Powder
  • 100 g brown or basmati rice

Fillings

  • 100 g walnuts, rougly chopped by hand
  • 100 g dates, sliced lengthways by hand
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Mill almonds on speed 7 for 10 seconds, set aside in a bowl.

  2. Mill rice and chia on speed 9 for 60 secs and set aside with almond/chia mix

  3. Add other dry ingredients to bowl and set aside.

  4. Add bananas, eggs, vanilla and coconut oil in the TM bowl and mix like a smoothie for on speed 7 for 20 secs. If coconut oil is hard, melt on 60 degrees, speed 3-4 for a few mins, then add other ingredients on top.

  5. Add the dry ingredients to the wet in the TM bowl, and mix on speed 5 for 15 secs.

  6. Add dates and walnuts and mix on reverse speed 3-4 for 10-15 secs.

  7. Pour mix into a small loaf tin lined with baking paper.

    Bake at 170 degrees C for 40 mins.

    Cover loosely with tin foil and bake another 20-30 mins. Check if a skewer comes out clean after 20 mins and if not, cook another 10 mins.

    Partially cool in tin for 10-20 mins, then lift out with the baking paper and cool on a wire rack.

  8. Try not to eat it all at once!!

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Tip

Omit the dates or sugar if you want it less sweet.

subsitute rice for all almonds for a grain free option - result is more cakey

 


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  • Y U M M O! Just started a gluten and dairy free...

    Submitted by jodestariordan on 5. March 2018 - 12:42.

    Y U M M O! Just started a gluten and dairy free diet and have been looking for a snack to satisfy my sweet cravings and I just found it. I would leave out the sugar next time, thought I would just follow the recipe first with the rapadura sugar and dates (used less dates). Im sure I’ll be making these again on the Wend.

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  • Love this recipe! Have made it a couple of times...

    Submitted by Sarah_Pritchard on 10. December 2016 - 17:39.

    Love this recipe! Have made it a couple of times and its turned out perfectly! Usually enough to fill one loaf tin plus 6 muffisSmile

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  • Great recipe thanks! I only

    Submitted by lu and thermo on 22. November 2016 - 13:36.

    Great recipe thanks! I only added 25g coconut sugar but next time will not add any as the dates are sweet enough. Also only added 1tsp baking powder instead of 1Tblsp & the loaf still rose nicely. LOVE IT toasted with a bit of coconut oil.

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  • Made this tonight and it was

    Submitted by Trevotribe65 on 22. May 2016 - 00:40.

    Made this tonight and it was a hit. Will be my go to recipe for Banana Bread. Left out sugar & walnuts. Thanks for a easy Gluten Free cake recipe. 

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  • Regularly make this into

    Submitted by Callie on 15. April 2016 - 08:34.

    Regularly make this into muffins.  They freeze really well and the recipe is very forgiving with variations.  Only use dates as sweet enough without sugar

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  • I made this yesterday and

    Submitted by kdl on 4. April 2016 - 18:12.

    I made this yesterday and it's very yummy, It was a hit at work as well! Thanks tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • DELICIOUS!!!! Super easy to

    Submitted by redsonia9@hotmail.com on 19. April 2015 - 11:20.

    DELICIOUS!!!!

    Super easy to make and stays lovely and moist. I didnt have enough dates so I added a chopped up apple as well. Cooking times were also spot on.

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  • This turned out really well,

    Submitted by Sue45 on 9. March 2015 - 15:30.

    This turned out really well, although I ran out of coconut oil, and made up the difference with peanut oil. I also didn't have quite enough almonds, and used walnuts instead, which worked well. 

    Sadly, it was so delicious, I didn't get to share any with my kids... Oh well: what they don't know won't hurt them!

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  • I made this today.

    Submitted by GF-Kim on 21. January 2015 - 10:36.

    I made this today. Substituted walnuts for cranberries and its delicious. Thanks for sharing

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  • Just perfect, so moist and

    Submitted by SBH on 4. January 2015 - 15:57.

    Just perfect, so moist and very easy to make. Will be cooking again for sure!

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  • Delicious, even without the

    Submitted by Queenbernbern on 14. September 2014 - 14:35.

    Delicious, even without the sugar!

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  • Looks yummy

    Submitted by Pixiedust2001 on 3. August 2013 - 13:35.

    Looks yummy

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  • This bread is so yum. I did a

    Submitted by indie_bunny on 18. December 2012 - 13:42.

    This bread is so yum. I did a couple of variations to use what I had at home. I used walnuts instead of almonds and olive oil instead of coconut oil. It did take an extra 30 mins to cook but it is a definite new love of mine! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I fail at gluten free bread normally!

     

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