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This is a very moist banana bread. My kids love when I make these while they are at school. The house smells so good when they rush in the door! We usually make them into muffins. The nutrition is calculated for 18 muffins rather than loaf of banana bread.Submitted by CHICKS1123
This is a whole grain, low calorie version of the Fannie Farmer cookbook muffin. Oatmeal, whole grain four, and Splenda is used instead of pastry flour and sugar. You could further cut it using egg substitute and oil instead of butter. I raised my kids on this muffin recipe - and have since made it a bit more healthy.Submitted by LLCURTS
A quick and easy recipe for a holiday brunch or anytime breakfast.
Fat and calories are a little high but nice for a special occasion. Using low fat cream cheese and crescents would help lower calories and fat .
This can be made the night before and refrigerated. It sets up better when it has been refrigerated .
A simple and easy coffee cake, its quick to whip up on a weekend morning. Its not fancy, but sometimes that's not what you need!
I often make this for company, mixing the dry ingredients, and the wet in seperate bowls the night before, and mixing the two together in the morning. A nice breakfast without spending all my time slaving away.
My mom was diagnosed with celiac disease about 8 years ago. We have looked everywhere for delicious recipes that substitute other products for gluten. i was fortunate to come upon this wonderful recipe, which uses only 2 unusual ingredients: GF flour and Xanthan Gum. Even though I CAN eat gluten, I still very much enjoy this delicious banana bread. It is best hot from the oven!
It is super moist, bursting with flavor, and you would never know it was GLUTEN FREE :)))
Plus, it is very low in saturated fat and high in polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat. It is fairly low carb for a banana bread and it also has 1 gram of sugar PER slice....and they are generous servings!