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Anyone Have A Bananna Bread Recipe

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When we could still eat dairy we loved the recipe using Pamela's Baking Mix. It's monkey easy and always turns out great.

http://pamelasproducts.com/recipes/printre...ananaBread.html


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It's monkey easy

:D

That cracked me up! I need something even a monkey could make, I swear I could mess up boiling water!

Thanks! I have had great luck with Pamela's products so far.

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My husband loves this banana bread. I got the recipe from Glutenfreeda:

1-1/3 cup gluten-free flour (I use Grandma Ferdon's)

3/4 tsp salt

1/2 tsp baking soda

1/4 tsp baking powder

1/4 cup vegetable or canola oil

2/3 cup sugar

3 large eggs, lightly beaten

1 cup ripe bananas, mashed

1/2 cup pecans, chopped (we onit these because of his tree nut allergy and add mini chocolate chips instead)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Butter a loaf pan. In a medium bowl, mix together flour, salt, baking soda & powder. In a large bowl, mix the oil and the sugar. Add the flour mixture to the oil mixture and beat until blended. Gradually beat in eggs. Fold in bananas and pecans. Pour batter into loaf pan and bake for 1 hour, or until an inserted toothpickc omes out clean. Let cool in pan for 10 minutes before removing to cool on a rack. It's so easy!

When putting in the chocolate chips, I put a piece of wax paper in the bottom of the pan before buttering it, pour the batter in and then sprinkle the chips over the batter. Otherwise the chips all fall to the bottom and make the bread stick to the pan.

You can also use Gluten Free Pantry's Country French Bread Mix as a straight substitution for flour.

Good luck! This is great bread. Even our 7 yo (who doesn't have celiac disease) asks for it.


Kelly Z

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This is my mom's recipe: (also see this thread: http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...=29336&st=0 )

2 tsp vanilla

3/4 c sugar

1 1/2 mashed bananas (very ripe, 3-4 bananas)

3/4 c veg. oil

2 eggs, beaten with a fork

2 c "flour" of choice

1 tsp baking soda

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp xanthan gum *can vary thsi depending on results

1/2 c chopped nuts----optional

In a large bowl, mix eggs, banans, oil, vanilla, and sugar. Stir in dry ingredients. Grease mini loaf pans and fill 2/3. Makes 2-3. (Actually, its probably about 3 and one muffin).

Bake 35-40 min.

Cool in pan only a few minutes. Remove from pan and cool completely before slicing.

Note: Bananas can be mashed and mesaured into ziplock bags and frozen. Or, freeze whole in peel and thaw in microwave.

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Copy and pasted. Thanks.

I have a number of gluten free recipes that my kids request (I'm the only celiac in the house). They especially like my homemade Tapioca Bread recipe.

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I agree, go to Glutenfreegirl's website (Shauna James Ahearn). SHe has a great recipie for chocolate banana bread. YUM! The recipie can also be found in her new book that came out a few months ago. I had to use a smaller pan, so I cooked it another 10 minutes cuz it was still raw in the middle. But it tasted great!


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One of these days I plan on ordering her book. I like having a book that has already had the adpaptions done for me. She seems to like from scratch food, which is how I cook and eat.

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What a good idea about Pamela's bread! Hadn't thought about it...great idea though. B)

I use Carol Fenster's recipe (and I add like an 1/8 of a cup extra bananas until the moisture content feels right).

Normally, I would post the recipe for you, but I'm unpacking at our new home and still looking for certain gluten-free items.

Everyone has offered great ideas!

So good luck, and happy gluten-free baking :) -Julie


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I've been using the mix from "The Cravings Place" I think it's called their quick bread and muffin mix. It's so good my normal husband ate them too. They sell the brand at our local market here, but I don't know where else it's sold.


Jennifer Anderson

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Asperger's Disorder/OCD

Daughter-11- Asperger's Disorder

Son-7-Celiac Disease

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Now allergic to eggs, dairy, peanuts, corn, rice, tomatoes, potatoes, and soy (11/2009)

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Welcome Jen, to the forums! :)

-Julie


Loves of my life: God, my hubby, and my baby boy!

"I will never give up on my dreams; I will simply modify my path for reaching them." (JH-me).

"Life's a dance you learn as you go, sometimes you lead, sometimes you follow"

(John Michael Montgomery).

"I'm gonna be somebody, one of these days I'm gonna break these chains" (Travis Tritt).

"Life is better left to chance. I could have missed the pain, but I'd have had to miss the dance."

(Garth Brooks).

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Thanks! I've been here before, but never posted anything. I also have a good recipe for Peanut Butter Cup Cookies...if you're interested. It involves a mix, too, but most people think it's homemade.


Jennifer Anderson

Celiac Disease-since 2003

Asperger's Disorder/OCD

Daughter-11- Asperger's Disorder

Son-7-Celiac Disease

Husband-Normal

Now allergic to eggs, dairy, peanuts, corn, rice, tomatoes, potatoes, and soy (11/2009)

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I agree, go to Glutenfreegirl's website (Shauna James Ahearn). SHe has a great recipie for chocolate banana bread. YUM! The recipie can also be found in her new book that came out a few months ago. I had to use a smaller pan, so I cooked it another 10 minutes cuz it was still raw in the middle. But it tasted great!

I just made this yesterday and it's WONDERFUL!! I had to go on a treasure hunt for some of the ingredients, but it's worth the time!!

Yes, increase the bake time because mine did come out a little raw - and I used a 9" springform pan!


Laura

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Diagnosed Adult ADD and Panic Disorder 2005

Diagnosed Gluten Intolerant 2006

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Does anyone have an easy recipe for bananna bread? Emphasis on easy. I am not a good baker but love bananna bread and need some! :D

This recipe is SO good I would make it even if I could make regular banana bread. I got it off this forum quite awhile back, and even though there are a few steps, there isn't anything hard about it.

Banana Bread

Preheat oven to 350, grease and set aside a metal bread pan, and mash up two medium very ripe bananas and set aside.

Mix together dry ingredients and set aside: 1

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I have a number of gluten free recipes that my kids request (I'm the only celiac in the house). They especially like my homemade Tapioca Bread recipe.

Hi there - My daughter and granddaughter are both celiac and I was wondering if I might have a copy of your recipe for your homemade Tapioca Bread. Thanks.

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TAPIOCA BREAD

1 3/4 cups warm water

2/3 cup instant milk powder

3 large eggs, beaten

1/4 cup melted butter

1 tsp vinegar

1/4 cup sugar

1 1/2 tsp salt

2 1/4 cups brown rice flour

1 1/2 cups tapioca flour (sometimes sold as tapioca starch)

1 Tbsp Xanthan gum (this is important to help the structure of the loaf)

1 Tbsp quick rise yeast

In a bowl (I use my KA but this can be done in a bread machine) whisk together water, powdered milk, eggs, melted butter and vinegar until well blended. Pour into baking pan if using bread machine or just leave in KA bowl. Combine sugar, salt, rice flour, tapioca flour, xanthan gum and yeast. Add to baking pan or KA Bowl. If using bread machine, insert into machine. Close lid. Used rapid rise cycle or shortest cycle; start machine. Once machine begins, with a ruber spatula stir and scrape down sides of pan, without touching the kneading blade, until dry ingredients are well mixed. If using KA, run machine on low with the paddle attachment, scraping sides occasionally until the dough is well mixed. Pour into a greased bread pan (I couldn't find a size on the one I use but 8 cups of water filled it to the top - a pan smaller than this will overflow) and let rise for 45 min to 1 hour. Place in a 375 F oven and bake for about 45 minutes (I always check earlier than that and using an instant read thermometer it should read 200 degrees). Remove bread from pan when done and cool completely before slicing.

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I use the Spice Banana Loaf from the Gluten Free Gourmet- Fast and Healthy (Bette Hagman). I add chocolate chips too but I think it would also be great without. My nonGF friends really like it too!

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