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Friends, behold: 1-Bowl Gluten-Free Banana Bread. The ingredients for this scrumptious, hearty bread begin with three overripe bananas. Then come essentials you likely already have on hand, such as eggs (or chia/flax eggs), vanilla and coconut oil. One Bowl Gluten Free Banana Bread May 17, 2017 by Nicole Hunn. Posted In Cakes, Desserts, Quick Breads.

5/5 (42 votes) Print; Share; 57 comments. This easy gluten free banana bread is made in only one bowl, and it’s everything banana bread should be: moist, tender and delicious, packed with banana flavor and not too sweet. Banana bread. In a large bowl, whisk the peeled bananas, eggs, honey, yogurt, oil and vanilla together until smooth.

Put the flour, almond flour, pumpkin pie spice, baking powder, baking soda and sea salt in a sifter or mesh sieve and sift over the banana mixture. Stir until no traces of flour remain. Fold in the nuts. How to make gluten free banana bread.

In a large mixing bowl mix mashed banana, oil, yogurt, sugar, eggs, and vanilla and whisk until smooth. Add flour, baking soda, and salt. Stir until combined. If desired, fold in chocolate chips.

The only gluten-free banana bread recipe you’ll ever need. 1 bowl, simple ingredients, so moist, hearty, and delicious. Full Recipe: source. Preheat oven at 180 C and line a loaf tin with baking paper or spray with nonstick spray. Mash banana in a large bowl.

Add all ingredients through to the almond milk and whisk vigorously to. Prepare flax egg in a large mixing bowl and let rest for 5 minutes. Then add ripe, peeled banana and mash well with a fork. You want it pretty smooth.

Add almond butter, avocado oil, coconut sugar, maple syrup, sea salt, and almond milk and whisk to combine. This easy, moist gluten free banana bread recipe can be whipped up in one bowl with no special equipment required. If you don’t have a potato masher to mash bananas, just use a fork. To begin, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease an 8×4 inch loaf pan.

This One Bowl Gluten Free Almond Flour Banana Bread Recipe is SO good, that even if you aren’t Gluten-Free, it’s totally worth making and it might end up being your new favourite banana bread! This easy, one bowl banana bread. This gluten-free banana bread recipe is a one bowl wonder that is super easy to make, you don’t even need a mixer. You can quickly whip up this super moist gluten-free banana bread in just three easy steps and with just a fork and a spoon.

Step 1Mash the bananas until smooth. (photo 1) Step 2Add all the other ingredients and stir. (photo 2).

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This is the only gluten-free banana bread recipe you’ll ever need—it’s a one-bowl wonder with great banana flavor and texture!

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  • Hello, I have some overripe bananas so I decided let’s make what else…BANANA BREAD. I’ve been watching several YouTube videos this evening looking for a healthy and simple recipe. I came across this one and immediately I was sold and said to myself…THIS IS THE ONE!!! I’ve never made banana bread before so wish me luck that it turns out as good as yours looks at least. Also I just subscribed to your channel ��

  • Hi (from South Africa) Robin. I am so glad I found your channel today. I made the banana bread this afternoon and absolutely loved it! Definitely going to make it again. I also love cinnamon so I added a bit more, and I used my favorite nuts, cashews. The loaf was much denser than yours seemed to be, but I guess we get slightly different flour gluten free flower here. Any ideas if I hone in on a particular gluten free flour that could come out less dense? Thanks again…

  • Looks absolutely stunning. I’m cursing the fact that it’s just gone midnight because I want to get into the kitchen and make this rather than sleep!

  • Second time making it ‘cuz it’s so good! No bread tin, so made muffins-fresh, moist and rich tasting-Thanks for a great recipe and the easy to follow tutorial. Amazed at your talent and love your personality!
    SK in USA

  • Tip: Wait till the bananas are completely black. Total flavor game changer, although the chocolate chips are most likely a game changer as well. This looks delicious!

  • Hey Phoebe! I made this amazing banana-bread of yours and brought it to work today. I immediately have been asked to share the recipe ^^ It’s very delicious and amazingly easy to make. Thank you so much for sharing:) ♥

  • Your a great cook.. I am new to your channel. Do you have a video on any more breads? I love zucchini bread. I did see your mayonnaise video, & I can’t make it.

    Can you make Long John’s donuts?

  • This looks AMAZE & is just what I feel like!! So simple too!! Can’t wait to make it after my econ exam saturday morning (haha yay uni) <3 phoebe, you are killing the youtube game GO GURL!!!

  • I love that you use honey in many (or is it all? new here so working my way thru your vids) of your recipes. I’ve made the switch as you metabolize it slower than refined sugar and my buying supports local bee keepers.

  • I made this recipe multiple times and I replaced 2tbs of maple syrup and 1/2c of coconut sugar with 1/3c of maple syrup since I don’t have access to coconut sugar. Turns out amazing every single time!!

  • Robin! I made your bread last night and it’s INCREDIBLE! One question for ya though…the bottom and sides of my bread were a little more dark (but not burnt) more than I would of liked! I noticed before putting the mixture into the pan that mine was much more runny looking and not as thick as yours?? I found it took a little longer to cook than yours to come out completely clean on the toothpick! Could it be that I didn’t have enough flour?? When measuring two cups are they heaping cups?? Thank you!

  • Why are you doing this to me?? WHYYY?? I don’t have ripe bananas at home… no bananas at all tbh and now I have to go and by some to make this. thanks for the recipe xo

  • my sister and i baked this and it turned out perfect!!! the flavor was BEAUTIFUL and the perfect amount of banana. there were some errors on our part, like undercooking it by just a smidge and leaving it in the pan for too long so the crust got a bit soggy. but the recipe is perfect. i’d bake it again 100%.

  • This is the best banana bread I’ve ever tasted! I make a loaf every week its that good. Thank you Robin for sharing this recipe with us.

  • I just happen to have 3 ripe bananas. My home is going to smell lovely this evening:-). Thank you. Oh, I don’t have gluten free flour, have all purpose, coconut and almond flour.

  • Bobs 1-1 flour mix is my go to for gluten free baking. I make gluten free banana,oatmeal, chocolate chip mini loaves! They are so good! I have a video on my channel. 😉

  • Hi Robin! I didn’t order the bananas from Florida, but will check ’em out online because now I’m curious! I made a double recipe of the banana bread; one was gluten-free and the other using regular flour. Both came out beautifully and are delicious! I’m making another double recipe of the gluten-free tomorrow for a neighbor who sometimes needs some help in coming up with gluten-free snacks and treats when her grandchildren visit. I’m sure they will love this! Thanks for the recipe and for another video!

  • Hey,thanks so much Robin‼️ I knew I was all set when searching for a gluten free banana bread recipe & found you! ( I’ve tried an Almond flour one I didn’t care for) Yours is perfect! My dough seemed dry & I even put an extra egg by accident, tasted wonderfully, not too dry, but it was falling apart a little. Was that because of the extra egg? I thought eggs made things more moist, you’re the expert. I used the same flour, but brown sugar instead of white. Some people add a bit of almond flour to that flour even though it has Xanthan Gum. Maybe I’ll try that, with a little less gluten free flour. Any suggestions??? This will certainly be my go to banana bread recipe!! Thanks again sooo much❤️

  • Great recipe: I make Banana bread all the time, but have never used honey. I can’t wait to try it with the honey. Many thanks for the video’s.

  • Hey Phoebe! I have a question: When you put chopped banana on the loaf for decoration, do you have to dip it in lemon water first so the banana doesn’t turn brown? Or doesn’t that happen anyway?

  • Ok, Robin, I am going to save this to my list, I have a gluten-free friend that I can share this with! Thank you so much. This came at the perfect time.

  • This looks VERY moist, which is hard sometimes with vegan breads. One question: could I use date paste in place of sugar? If so, how much? Definitely going to make this!