low FODMAP and gluten free banana bread

Low FODMAP Banana Loaf

We all need a treat now and again, don’t we? Well if you’re anything like me I’ve been treating myself to this banana loaf quite a lot recently, in fact more than quite a lot….oh well! It is FODMAP friendly so I don’t mind doing so.

Ingredients

2 Cups Gluten Free Self Raising Flour

3/4 Cup Brown Sugar

Sprinkle of Cinnamon

1 Cup Desicated Coconut
3/4 Cup of Almond Milk (or other plant based milks)

2 Bananas (The riper the better)

2 Eggs

1 Tbsp Coconut Oil

Method

Preheat your oven to 180. Mix the dry ingredients together before adding in the rest of the ingredients. Blitz up in a food processor. Line your tin with coconut oil. Add the mix into the tin and bake for approx 50 mins. Once out the oven, allow to cool before cutting up. I’m too impatient for this and serve it up with butter so that it melts….yum!

Ta da!


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2 thoughts on “Low FODMAP Banana Loaf

  1. Louise says:

    Hey.

    Just followed you on Instagram.

    This sounds great. I think I need to start baking my own bread too. I miss it so much on this low FODMAP plan.

    If you want to make this more healthy you can definitely use coconut oil but also you can replace the sugar with an alternative. Palmayra Jaggery by conscious food is a caramel tasting powder made from Palm trees. This would be great here with the cinnamon in your recipe or you could use baobab which is a super fruit sugar and one I find is a bit more citrus flavoured so maybe would be best without the cinnamon. Stivia is also ok for low fodmappers I have seen 👍

    Whole grain gluten free flour is also good with banana cake!

    😃

    • Sarah says:

      Hey Louise
      Thanks for following! Do you not eat gluten free bread on this diet? Yeah those alternatives sound good. I will definitely give them a go. I’m usually so healthy but since going on this diet I seem to be picking the easy options at the moment.x

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