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Preheat oven to 180C or 165C fan forced. Whisk together eggs, maple syrup and oil until well combined. Fold through mashed banana. Add buckwheat flour, almond meal, cinnamon, baking powder and protein powder and mix until just combined then fold in milk. Pour batter into lined loaf tin and bake for 35-45 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.

Cool down in tin for 1 hour before transferring to wire rack. Preheat oven to 180C or 165C fan forced. Whisk together eggs, maple syrup and oil until well combined. Fold through mashed banana. Add buckwheat flour, almond meal, cinnamon, baking powder and protein powder and mix until just combined then fold in milk.

Pour batter into lined loaf tin and bake for 35-45 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. Cool down in tin for 1 hour before transferring to wire rack. Ingredients 1.5 cups buckwheat flour 180g 1 tsp baking powder 3/4 tsp baking soda 1 tsp cinnamon 1.5 cups mashed overripe banana (about 3 medium, or 550g) 1/4 cup coconut oil or olive oil 60 ml 1/3 cup almond milk or milk of choice 80 ml 2 tsp lemon.

1 cup buckwheat flour ½ cup gluten free oat flour 1 tbsp ground flax seed (+ 1 ½ tbsp. water) ½ tsp vanilla extract, or vanilla beans from ½ vanilla bean pod (I used the latter) ¾ tsp cinnamon ¾ tsp sea salt 3 tbsp pure maple syrup 3 tbsp coconut sugar 3 large ripe bananas. This Buckwheat Banana Bread recipe is moist, easy to make, gluten-free, nut-free and only sweetened with bananas. It holds together well, making it a great vehicle for a heaping spoonful of nut butter, a drizzle of dairy-free yogurt or slathered in an almond based cream cheese. This banana bread is a perfect healthy snack or breakfast.

It uses a little maple syrup to add sweetness instead of cups of sugar, buckwheat flour to add fibre and nutrients and a little coconut oil. Plus it can easily be made vegan! Prep Time 10 mins.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a medium/large mixing bowl, combine the buckwheat flour, sugar, cinnamon, baking powder and salt, mix well. Add the mashed bananas, oil and vanilla, mix to combine. Place batter in a lightly greased 9×5 loaf pan and bake on the middle rack for 50 minutes. 4 ripe bananas, mashed 3/4 cup buttermilk or liquid alternative 1/2 cup honey 2 eggs 3 tbsp melted coconut oil, plus more for greasing pans 2 tsp pure vanilla. Vegan buckwheat banana bread may soon be your favorite of all banana breads!

It is naturally gluten-free, egg-free, and dairy-free, as well as low in added sugar. Vegan & Gluten Free Banana Bread Made with Buckwheat Flour My whole grain flour obsession du jour is buckwheat. First off, prepare a bread tin with oil and pre-heat the oven on 180°C degrees. Peel and add the bananas in your food processor, together with the buckwheat flour and the melted coconut oil until smooth.

Mix well until you get a uniform consistency. Add the crushed.

List of related literature:

As an example, a three-quartercup serving of cooked legumes provides 11 g to 13 g of protein, which would need to be supplemented with 1.5 cups of cooked cereal and three to four slices of whole-grain BREAD to provide adequate, balanced protein.

“The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health” by Robert A. Ronzio
from The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health
by Robert A. Ronzio
Facts On File, 2003

Six to 20 grams of protein, along with a source of carbohydrates, can be obtained by consuming any one of the following: * 3 oz turkey or roast beef sandwich on whole wheat bread 8–12 oz yogurt with 4 cup mixed nuts 8 oz milk/soy milk mixed with an instant breakfast packet

“Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition” by Heather Hedrick Fink, Lisa A. Burgoon, Alan E. Mikesky
from Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition
by Heather Hedrick Fink, Lisa A. Burgoon, Alan E. Mikesky
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006

The protein content is close to wheat at 11 percent.

“IBS Cookbook For Dummies” by Carolyn Dean, L. Christine Wheeler
from IBS Cookbook For Dummies
by Carolyn Dean, L. Christine Wheeler
Wiley, 2009

2 In a small bowl, add protein powder, matcha, and oat flour.

“The Shredded Chef: 120 Recipes for Building Muscle, Getting Lean, and Staying Healthy” by Michael Matthews
from The Shredded Chef: 120 Recipes for Building Muscle, Getting Lean, and Staying Healthy
by Michael Matthews
Createspace Independent Pub, 2012

It is very rich in lysine compared to cereals, and the amino acid composition of protein is well balanced.

“Flour and Breads and their Fortification in Health and Disease Prevention” by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson, Vinood B. Patel
from Flour and Breads and their Fortification in Health and Disease Prevention
by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson, Vinood B. Patel
Elsevier Science, 2011

This is a simple recipe that features this low-glycemic grain, which provides a great source of protein, iron, and fiber.

“Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies” by Meri Reffetto
from Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies
by Meri Reffetto
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Immediately stir in 1½ tablespoons unsweetened whey protein powder, 1 tablespoon water, and 1 tablespoon each raisins and dry rolled oats.

“The 20/20 Diet: Turn Your Weight Loss Vision Into Reality” by Phil McGraw
from The 20/20 Diet: Turn Your Weight Loss Vision Into Reality
by Phil McGraw
Bird Street Books, 2015

European recommendations suggest flours with 12.5% of protein with about 30% of wet gluten (3).

“Handbook of Food Science, Technology, and Engineering 4 Volume Set” by Y. H. Hui, Frank Sherkat
from Handbook of Food Science, Technology, and Engineering 4 Volume Set
by Y. H. Hui, Frank Sherkat
CRC Press, 2005

Buckwheat is an excellent source of protein (missing in most grains except millet), fiber, B vitamins, potassium, lysine, phosphorus, vitamin E, calcium, and iron.

“Prescription for Dietary Wellness: Using Foods to Heal” by Phyllis A. Balch CNC
from Prescription for Dietary Wellness: Using Foods to Heal
by Phyllis A. Balch CNC
Penguin Publishing Group, 2003

Do not substitute instant oats in this recipe.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

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  • My sour bread is REALLY healthy. Packed with nutrients, protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals…. If interested ill share my easy recipe with you!

  • i wanna try this but im vegetarian..dont worry, i wont try to convert you but i just wanna know with what product i can replace the eggwhite

  • Awesome recipe! Just made some and wow they are moist! I only had cookies and cream PE Science and used slivered almonds cause I had no chocolate chips, but these are great! Tastes like snicker doodle lol. Thank you for sharing your macro food gifts!

  • ive already cooked this banana bread 3 times and now i can say that it is the best recipe. it tastes so gooood. thank you you are great

  • Thank you so much for this recipe!�� I added some vanilla and only used 3 bananas cause mine were huge but it is soooo good. I never wanna eat anything else again��

  • is there a way to make this without protein powder? when I take it out or replace it with flour the bread comes out uncooked inside

  • Any way to decrease the amount of carbs in there? I really want to make this, but the ratio protein to carbs kinda turn me off:(
    Help would be appreciated:)

  • Gotta love when you’re watching the video and checking everything off in your head saying fuck yes! I have all these ingredients! Thanks for the awesome recipe MK!!!

  • Hi, I baked this a few times and this is the best bread I have ever baked. Also, I baked the protein cheese cake with your recipe and it was awsome, too. Thank you.

  • Here’s another tip.
    The absolute best bananas for banana bread are the ones that have turned completely black on the peel and are pretty dark even in the center.
    Everyone I’ve told says that’s disgusting, but anyone who has tried the bread has been left in amazement at how well it turned out.

  • Hi i made this yesterday and i must say. its so yum. i cant taste anything artifical and i feel good. I have already subscribed to your channel. thanks protein guy. ur my new fav chef now.

  • Your recipe is in my oven as we speak! I added some walnut pieces and a handful of Enjoy Life dark chocolate dairy free chips as well. I can’t wait to see how it comes out. I will tell you that I used some gluten free Tapioca flour and some coconut flour as that is all I had on hand. I’ll let ya know! (new subscriber today)

  • Can I use water instead of milk? And would it make a difference to anything other than taste (maybe texture, crumblyness, etc) if i don’t put any sugar/coconut?

  • Absolutely love these easy and beautiful recipies.
    But I am a bit worried about the products that are “artificial” in lack of a better word.
    Like vanilla ekstract instead of actual vanilla, and the cooking spray, which must be some kind of non-natural fat.

    I love these recipies, but was wondering about the engredients that are not natural. Is there a substitude for this, or would it ruin the purpose?

    Thanks, Anna

  • Hi just wondering if you can recommend a substitute for the apple sauce? I can’t have apples due to the fructose contained. thanks

  • I just did this afternoon oh man was fantastic but I double your recipe though it came out big one which I love it, also added Hershey coco in too

  • My favorite trick for banana bread is to put the nuts only on top of the batter. As the bread bakes the nuts get toasty golden brown and stay crunchy. Great job of showing how to peel a banana, too!

  • Very moist and tasty banana bred type muffin. Made it today and I will keep it in my to make again recipes. Thank you for sharing.

  • Another amazing great video. I hope everyone can see how this is literally gold information. Nothing like grabbing a quick coffee and watching your latest videos Zach!

  • I made these muffins & I must say I’m extremely mind blown! All the “healthy” great macros recipes I’ve tried of banana cakes/muffins failed on me but this turned out perfect! I love how it’s soooo moist inside ����

  • Is there a reason you often use coconut flour? Is it just for taste of is the outcome of the product different if you just use all purpose flour?

  • I must’ve done something wrong �� they tasted delicious but I ended up with 8 muffins last time, and 12 this time! Thanks Zach! ��

  • does it matter if you just use the whole egg? will it change the time u have to cook it or is it ok? the recepie looks awesome btw, I think I have just enough vanilla protein left and if it turns out good I might try it with my chocolate protein! thanks for the video man.

  • Just made these and they are absolutely delicious! Thanks Zach will try to refrain from eating the other five tonight =) Great with coffee!

  • cant use any of your nice recipes because stevia sucks. Splenda is poisin. Can you do recipes with apple sauce, lo han, honey or agave?

  • Flexible Dieting Lifestyle I do love banana bread muffins! But I also would love to see you do a blueberry or a double chocolate protein muffins!

  • Halloween is coming up! The only problem is it’s hard to control myself around all the candy�� would you have any luck making lower calorie candies? (Butterfingers are my favorite) if not, no worries! Also these look amazing! Loving your videos so much, you’re a life saver

  • lesson learnt: i only used 2 bananas and replaced 2 bananas with one chopped apple, as well as used honey instead of sugar. it didn’t rise at all. now i know to stick to the recipe!

  • Charlotteee <3 your skin/hair are so beautiful! You just have such a glowing personality (:
    That loaf looks delicious! I like my breads to be denser and this looks perfect! I haven’t cooked with coconut sugar before but will have to try it.

  • is there a way to make this without protein powder? when I take it out or replace it with flour the bread comes out uncooked inside

  • My search is over after about 15 videos of banana bread Vegan vids I finally found the best. I like your ingredients and the banana topping at the end is a great touch

  • The best banana recipe! Simple ingredients, easy to make and tasty result! I make this almost everyday as an alternative to buying regular bread. Thanks!

  • i made cookies and muffins with ur recipe and they came out gorgeous✨��best vegan cake everrrr��and the only one i have the ingredients at home for����

  • My bread is in the OVEN!! it’ll be done in 10, limited the sugar because my nanas were super duper ripe and sweet (like, there was barely any yellow on the peels lol)

  • Can they be the 1 min. oats?
     I just bought some real cinnamon a few days ago, it’s so much more money that the stuff they say call cinnamon from the markets, it really much better for  your health  then the  cheap stuff,  I was curious, so I googled  information about cinnamon and thats how I found out the difference. That one doesn’t really do anything for our health, see how they try to fool us.

  • Thank I just made banana muffins gluten free dairy free oil free using your ingredients Thanks thumbs up. My son has celiacs disease and lactose intolerant so this helped made 24 muffins ❤��

  • #1. I just made this, and it is really good.
    #2. When I was calculating the macros, I had to slow down the playback to 0.5 speed to catch some of the ingredient amounts and write them down…and let me just say that it had me laughing WAY TOO HARD… You sound like you’re on heavy meds, and it’s hysterical. Ahh… anyways. The protein banana bread is bomb. Thanks for the recipe. FYI I subbed in 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk for the Greek yogurt and it worked fine.

  • I started making changes in my diet this year to try to get my weight down and I really can’t thank you enough for this, Banana bread has been sounding so good the past few days and this video couldn’t have had better timing. (for my situation) I’m going to have to pick up your cookbook after my next paycheck, since the healthier recipes were the original reason I subscribed. on the topic of the cookbook though, do you have any plans to make a printed version available? I’d really like to have a version I can pick up and flip through. cheers!

  • Hi, I just did the banana bread from this recipe. I added 3 bananas and one on top. And walnuts, 2 teaspoons of peanut butter and vanilla seeds. So… it is really good:) I recommed this recipe, cos it is easy and tasty. Next time I won’t put a banana on top, because cake didn’t rise in those areas. And I will add spread more sugar on top, it was so crunchy yum. Thank you.

  • Yasss Zach!! I’ve been looking for a recipe like this and they never seemed quite right!! I’m gonna make these this weekend with the kids, so excited ��

  • Hi Micheal,
    My name is James, Im sixteen years old. and i have trouble always going over my macros. My goal is 45g of fat, 288g of carbs, and 150g of protein. And, a day like today i hit 51.5g fats, 330g of carbs, and 53.5g of protein. And i really had was breakfast and small stuff for lunch and dinner. Any, tips and help with fixing my problem.

    Thanks form a Fan,
    James Holyfield

  • Thank you for this, I really need these easy delicious vegan recipes so I can make them for my boyfriend and turn him vegan lol! Much love!

  • I just made these and they are phenomenal! So moist and fluffy. They’re sweet but too sweet, good cinnamon flavor, the chocolate chips with it are great! Put them in a regular muffin tin and they made 10, so about 120 cals each. Great work!

  • This is the best protein banana bread that I’ve tried so far! Because I used vanilla protein powder from MyProtein (which is already very sweet), I skipped on the vanilla extract, applesauce, and extra sweetener. The bread was still ended up very flavorful and just sweet enough! Very moist, too. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Made this recipe but tweeked it. Instead of 3 tsp of vanilla I only used 2 and I only did about 1/8 cup of stevia in the raw instead of 1/2 cup sweetener. Everything else I did as shown in ingredients and it still came out excellent and sweet. Definitely a favorite and I will continue to make in the future.

    Oh and 2% milk instead of almond.

  • I tried the recipe first with 60g of milk and it tasted great. Tried with 230g yogurt and the yogurt overpowered the whole thing:(

  • Thanks for the recipe! The texture was definitely good for gluten free. The flavor was good as well, but it needed more sweetness, so next time I’ll add vanilla extract and maple syrup to the wet mixture. I did use the extra 1/3 cup of almond milk after mixing the wet and dry. I added 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts. I don’t have a forced fan oven, so I added 25 degrees (375 F) and baked it a little longer than 50 minutes, 1 hr, and maybe an extra 10 minutes. If it starts to burn, you can cover it with foil but I didn’t need to. I put the banana halves on top and it didn’t prevent rising. My baking powder actually went flat, so I subbed ¼ tbsp baking soda +.5 tbsp apple cider vinegar in the wet mix. Came out great. Definitely, more sugar next time, but I saved this batch by pouring maple syrup on it while I eat it:)

  • Derek I added some crushed pineapple and put the icing that you make for the carrot cake Greek yogurt,cream cheese,protein powder it doesn’t taste much like banana but it is really good

  • Wish I could do protein:( any of your recipes I always tweak an just have egg whites on the side for the protein. Looks awesome though!

  • You should include Gluten Free or “GF” in your recipes that are gluten free like this one. I have Celiac disease so always pay attention to that. I also think you can attract a whole different demographic too.

  • Thanks for ALL the amazing recipes:) I have been eating well this last few months and I was starting to get sick of all the stuff I was cooking lol your vids have shown me plenty, I started eating cottage cheese thanks to your vid and tonight I am cooking the meat loaf!!

    Keep the recipes coming!!

  • I made these as cupcakes, with pineapples instead of almonds. Can’t stop eating them, sorry about that. I have a question.

    This is the first time I baked with protein powder, and it turned out great. However, I have a friend who is allergic to eggs. And garlic. Obviously, I want to mur**r him. Is it possible to make this recipe with just more protein powder and skipping the eggs?

    Regards, Norwegian thingy

  • Mike! Why don’t you ever post the steps in the description box? Or at least at the end of the video? I’ve made some of this stuff multiple times and it is a pain to go through and pause after every step you say so I can catch up!

  • Hey Michael! Fellow TJ grad (2014), just wanted to let you know that your success story is amazing and it’s dope to see you hustling at such a high level. Definitely learning some lessons from you, sir. Keep it up, and imma make this recipe now.

  • What is the purpose of the apple sauce? And are there any alternatives you can recommend? I am from the UK and they don’t sell that here

  • Thanks so much for this awesome recipe. I was not expecting it to come out as good as it did. And just FYI, I did not add the Stevia because I figured it would be sweet enough with the protein powder and banana which are already sweet. It came out just perfect! I look forward to making this on a regular basis! Thanks again!

  • Would it work to shove down like four scoops of whey in to the mix or would that ruin the taste or make them more dry? Great recipe in ant case!