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This Maple Banana Bread recipe is a nice one bowl recipe. I whipped it up in no time using my KitchenAid Mixer, but you can just use any good mixing bowl and spoon. I put my entire mix into a well greased loaf pan and into the oven to let it do its magic. Who doesn’t love that banana bread smell?! It’s just heavenly. Even if you don’t care for bananas, that smell just warms up the house this time of year. Delicious!
I like to let any bread sit and cool for a while before slicing. It gives the bread a chance to really come together after cooking and seal in the moisture after cooking, so you don’t get that crumbly texture.
This bread loaf is not very sweet, so it’s great for a breakfast or brunch. If you prefer to double the recipe, gift one to a neighbor or friend for Christmas! It’s also incredibly moist so if you want to store any leftovers in an air tight container I recommend using paper towels for layering to soak up any extra moisture that is created when stored.
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Maple Banana Nut Bread Recipe
This is a not-too-sweet quick bread. It's an essential fall and winter comfort food, and of course will use up any bananas you have! Perfect for breakfast or a snack!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees ºF.
Grease a 9x5 inch loaf pan.
You will start by combining all of the ingredients till blended well on medium speed. I use my Kitchenaid Mixer. Making sure to allow the coconut flour to soak up all of the liquids.
Pour batter into the greased 9x5 loaf pan,
Bake for 45-50 minutes. You can test with a tooth pic to make sure it comes out all clean.
Allow bread to set and cool slightly before removing from pan so that it doesn't break apart.
You can use 2 large bananas or 3 smaller ones for this recipe. I just used what I had in the kitchen, so amounts may vary slightly.