Ahas anyone else cooked more often in recent months? Maybe cooking will slow down here now that summer is starting. But more than ever we have enjoyed cooking and cooking. Last week, I shared the best vegan gluten free chocolate chip cookies. Today I wanted to share my gluten-free banana bread recipe! I have been making this banana bread for years, but since I was diagnosed with Hashimoto, I have started making it gluten-free simply by replacing the flour. It’s just as delicious anyway!
This is the flour I use, but if you make it without cereals or any other flour, I would like to know how it goes!
I have always been a big supporter of making everyday life pleasant and finding joy in simple things. Being at home so often lately could easily make us feel crazy, but I have used this season to be more intentional in creating an environment and daily rituals that inspire us. The comforting smell of baked banana bread definitely brought more joy to our house that day!
Gluten-free banana and chocolate chip bread recipe
1 cup white sugar (I also did this with applesauce instead of sugar!)
1/4 cup butter, softened
2 ripe bananas (they must be very brown and ripe!), Crushed
1 egg, beaten
1 1/2 cups flour (I use this gluten-free flour, Bobs Red Mill 1: 1)
1 C. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt
Chopped nuts and dark chocolate chips, if desired.
Mix the ingredients as directed, mixing the chopped nuts if desired, and turn into a bread pan.
Sprinkle chocolate chips on top if you are a chocolate lover!
Bake at 325 degrees, 50-60 minutes.
As I wrote in my Habitation book, there are so many simple ways to feed our house, our body and our soul!
Have you done anything delicious lately?
I hope you enjoy this recipe, let me know if you try it!
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