Keto Banana Bread - Recipe links below
The one thing that I missed on Keto was bananas, but with our epic natural Banana Inulin, I now have an amazing real banana taste throughout my keto baking. And there's nothing better, banana wise, than banana bread.
This epic recipe has been cleverly updated by Carolyn at "All Day I Dream About Food". It makes at least 12 simply delish portions and it's a firm favourite. Especially banana bread with lots of melted keto chocolate throughout it too!
Macros: for 1 serve (This whole loaf makes at least 12) when made according to the instructions: Total Carbs 7g less Fibre 4.5g = Net Carbs 2.5g Fat: 15.1g Protein: 6.6g Calories: 185.
Ordering Tips: We sell the ingredients in varying sizes to make this taste sensation, and have compiled them here for your ease of ordering. To purchase click under the Ingredients field above, simply select each and add them to your cart. And should you get your delivery and go "what the heck did I get that for again?" just look at your order email; the name of the recipe pack will be right there to prompt you :) so easy.
Ingredients for 16 servings
(* = available here at Keto Store NZ)
- 1/4 Cup Chia Seed*
- 2/3 Cup Water
- 1 3/4 Cups Almond Flour*
- 2/3 Cup Monkfruit Lakanto Classic*
- 1/3 Cup Unflavoured Whey Protein Isolate*
- 1/4 Cup Coconut Flour*
- 2 teaspoons Baking Powder*
- 1/2 teaspoon Himalayan Salt*
- 3 large eggs
- 1/2 Cup melted Butter 114g
- 1 pottle of Banana Inulin* Extract
- 1 pottle of Vanilla Inulin* Extract
1/2 Cup Water
1/3 Cup Sugar Free Belgian (Dark or Milk ) Keto Chocolate*
we suggest buying 250g because ... well ... chef tax of course! :)
Category: Bread / Cakes and Slices
Recipe Creator: Carolyn, All Day I Dream About Food
Video: how to make it https://youtu.be/NlxoMNyB_vg
Recipe Method: Click here to go to the recipe
Blog with tips and hints here
Please note: We can't guarantee that chocolate products won't go soft or melt during transit. Based on this, we will not be able to replace or exchange the product if this should happen. Please bear this in mind, particularly during the hotter Summer months, thank you. The good news is that in this recipe, you'll be popping the chocolate into your baking to melt anyway!