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Almond Flour Banana Bread, Lower Carb, Gluten Free, Wheat Free

Ingredients: 2 medium bananas, very ripe 3 eggs 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1/3 cup sour cream 1/8 tsp Kal Stevia 2 cups almond flour 1 tablespoon baking powde…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

The links to buy the muffin top pan and other hard to find items are at the end of this description. Click to show below if you can’t see it. 2 cups almond f…
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33 Responses to “Almond Flour Banana Bread, Lower Carb, Gluten Free, Wheat Free”

  1. Rabbit says:

    Try using artificial egg powder

  2. djean schna says:

    I am allergic to eggs. With a recipe like this I could handle a half a egg
    or so to the amount of flour. I CAN eat some baked goods with eggs in them,
    but these recipe use so blame much eggs it makes me sick. Is there any way
    to reduce the amount of egg, plus alot of this grainfree stuff then tastes
    so eggy too!!???

  3. seatempo2 says:

    I made this today…used greek yogurt because I did not have sour
    cream…worked fine…I will use coconut sugar for sweetner next time. The
    texture was great. Baked 2 small loaves instead of 1. This is a nice
    recipe. Will line pans with parchment before baking, for easier
    removal.Thanks for sharing.

  4. Paola Gomes says:

    Can I use some other type of sweetener??????? Love you videos!!!!!!!

  5. Selam Gebremichael says:

    Thanks for sharing looks so yummy.I make my own almond flour and I’m super
    excited to make banana bread now that I have seen this. Your recipe is much
    simpler &natural than others and I appreciate that thank you!!!!

  6. Dawn Ny says:

    wish you would make more videos, only 8 otherwise I would subscribe..
    enjoyed the videos you have put out

  7. bluskye101 says:

    mmm looks really good !! i miss my Starbucks banana bread and white
    chocolate mocha. any chance that you can post a copycat low carb/diabetic
    gluten free white chocolate mocha that i could have with this banana bread?
    would be such a wonderful indulgence!!

  8. Oli Hmill says:

    ur recipes are the best

  9. daisy3690 says:

    have you ever experimented with agave in recipes? thanks for sharing

  10. EZGlutenFree says:

    This looks great. I love the low carb factor.

  11. hersheyti says:

    Wish you would post more videos more often – I love them! :)

  12. dollyrocker40 says:

    hi love this what other low carb flour could i use thanks

  13. Lucy M says:

    :( You lost me at the sour cream. Looks yummy though! I’ve made your other
    items and have LOVED them!

  14. Lisa Magary says:

    You can use unsweetened applesauce instead. Thanks for watching!!

  15. BrattyPatriot says:

    Great videos Lisa. You’re a great instructor, I look forward to other
    videos. Love the addition of sour cream. It would do any low carber well to
    learn how to bake w/ almond flour and flax meal. It gives us foods to keep
    us on track. Not sure why at 6 carbs someone would think this isn’t low
    carb. There are lots of LC diets out there and we taylor them to fit our
    needs. Some would say that diabetics can’t eat bananas, well I can when
    there is fiber and fat present.

  16. HomeMade Healthy says:

    To be fair I changed it to “lower” carb. I also posted the nutrition info.
    It is 6 grams net carbs per slice. Traditional homemade banana bread is 49
    per slice. This may not be appropriate for the induction phase of the
    Atkins program but one slice shouldn’t knock you out of ketosis. Thanks for
    watching and engaging in the conversation!

  17. jmarylastone says:

    low carb?? I think not – bananas are high carb and a big no no for low carb
    diets – but this is a great video and the bread looks yummy

  18. Beth Koopsen says:

    How much baking powder do you use?

  19. cheri williams says:

    Hi Lisa.. I have been waiting on the edge of my seat for you to post the
    cream of mushroom soup recipe you had mentioned you were going to do during
    the sausage gravy video.. Are you going to make any more videos? You have
    fantastic recipes and I would love to see more! Take care! cheri

  20. Rabbit says:

    Coconut flour maybe ok and Jaggery Powder (Gur) or “Just Like Sugar” in
    place of sugar

  21. Paula Weathers says:

    They look amazing can’t wait to try one.
    I only have one concern. I am diabetic, so of course, I need to watch my
    carbs. How many carbs are in a pancake?

    I can only have 45 carbs per meal, and 15 carbs for a snack.

    Since these are low carb why don’t you tell us the carb count.

    I have seen many recipes that claim to be low carb that have 68 carbs. Tell
    me how is that low carb. It might have lower carbs than the original but it
    is still way too many carbs.

  22. Abigail Wilson says:

    I made these and they r delicious!,, THANK YOU!!!

  23. vegnewb says:

    Can anybody educate me on why you have to use baking soda AND baking
    powder? 

  24. Lisa Magary says:

    The honeyville brand almond flour is the smoothest I’ve found. It’s always
    tricky to get the oil/eggs/flour ratio right with low carb baking. Let me
    know if you try mine. Thanks for watching!

  25. CheapEasyLowCarb says:

    Just so happens my 25# Honeyville almond flour order will be on the UPS
    truck to my house this afternoon (they do make the best almond flour!), so
    will be giving these a try :). You do a great job with your videos, nice
    camera work, and very easy to follow, thank you!

  26. techjunkie2010 says:

    I would think the almond flour adds flavor. The tablespoon of cinnamon
    seems like a lot. Can you really taste the cinnamon or is it just a mild
    flavor?

  27. Pauline Cowie says:

    Hi Lisa can you replace the butter milk with soya milk please :)

  28. techjunkie2010 says:

    thanks for replying! I’m new to using almond flour (and coconut flour) just
    wasn’t sure about adjusting for my palate.

  29. IamRoxy1 says:

    Unfortunately I found your video AFTER I made mine from another site. But I
    have a question, mine came out kind of “crunchy” as in almond crunchy. I
    used Bob Mill’s almond flour. Is your almond flour more “smooth”, like I
    felt like maybe I didn’t mix it enough and that’s why it had that strange
    texture. I didn’t even finish them. If you know what I did wrong, please
    help! New to low carb cooking.

  30. HomeMade Healthy says:

    If you want to sub out the butter milk then go with apple sauce. Thanks for
    watching! We also just released a coconut flour pancakes video that is easy
    to make dairy free with coconut oil if that helps.

  31. HomeMade Healthy says:

    We love cinnamon here! They remind me of French Toast with the tablespoon
    of cinnamon. If you’re not a big fan, feel free to use less. Thanks for
    watching!!

  32. lisa hiatt says:

    MMM these look great! I recognize that Pampered Chef cinnamon! YUMMMM!

  33. strife01104 says:

    Would this and/or Coconut flour version be also used for waffles?

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