Sorry for my lack of posting lately. I’ve been really busy and have only been cooking thinks that are pretty easy and know how to make on the top of my head. Usually when I’m busy, I just boil a bunch of different types of vegetables and eggs, and that’s pretty much my breakfast, lunch, and snack for the week. I’m trying to find some time again to cook, bake, and blog during this busy schedule. It’s going to be tough, but I love all of this too much to not find a way to make it work! 🙂 So, don’t think I’m giving up on blogging, I just might go through periods of not posting all the time or consistently. So, enough about all that, let’s get to the recipe!
I found this great recipe from Caroline from My Gutsy.
I followed this recipe exactly, except I added 1/2 cup of honey instead of the amount of honey it calls for, and the stevia. For some reason I just never like to try any other sweetener other than honey. I just love how everything just tastes sweet, and doesn’t take over the flavor of the baked good. I’ve never made anything that tastes bad when I used honey either. I use the raw for anything that’s not being heated, and I use regular pure honey for things that are going into the oven.
Mash up the bananas with a fork
Add in dry ingredients into the wet, and whisk together. I tried the batter at this point and it tasted amazing! If you use healthy eggs, you don’t have to worry too much about getting ill from the raw eggs. If they’re healthy, they’re actually very beneficial raw.
Do you see the depth of this bread!?! Have you seen allergy-friendly bread come out this well? I haven’t and I’ve made PLENTY of gluten-free breads before, and none of them turned out well. Also, this was my first grain-free bread that I made before, and I was really shocked that it turned out better than gluten-free bread. So far, being on the GAPS, I’m liking and having way more success going grain-free than gluten-free. That’s not only with feeling better, but cooking and baking better-tasting foods too!
I hope you enjoyed this recipe, and I’d love to know if you are going to give the recipe a try. Also, please share your favorite allergy-friendly breads below in the comments. I love to try out new things!