Wed. Jul 6th, 2022

Introduction: What Does it Mean to Bake Flourless Banana Bread?

Our first blog post is going to focus on a very popular baking recipe. These treats are fluffy, sweet and the perfect thing to enjoy in the morning with coffee or tea. They’re also gluten, dairy and egg free, so they’re easy for those with dietary restrictions!This recipe is simple to make, especially for people with limited baking experience. It’s a great way to get started in the kitchen if you never learned how to bake growing up.
This recipe is based on the concept of baking “flourless banana bread”. The title of this “recipe” is misleading, because in fact a grain (“flour”) is used. There are several ways to explain that from a strictly technical perspective there are grains in this bread. Another way is that you’re mixing mashed banana, the fruit’s actual flour, egg and oil to make a batter.

if she was a spice she d be flour
if she was a spice she d be flour

The Health Benefits of Baking Flourless Banana Bread

This recipe has a number of benefits that make it appealing to many. First, it’s vegan and gluten free. Baking with ingredients like gluten and dairy can be difficult for those with dietary restrictions. They’re also generally easier to digest than dairy and eggs, so people who experience symptoms from those latter ingredients may find that this recipe is easier on their stomachs. It’s also low in saturated fat, and packed with protein from the bananas. Plus, the recipe isn’t lacking in vitamins and minerals. It has lots of dietary fiber, which is great for colon health. There are also a number of essential vitamins and minerals in this recipe, including magnesium, thiamine, folate, riboflavin and vitamin c.
http://www.thehealthbenefitsmagazine.com/healthy-recipes/healthiest-banana-bread
So how did i end up with a flourless banana bread recipe? A few days ago, I saw an ad for a product called FreshBake. It’s based on the Food for Life ( www.foodforlife.com ) recipes and is 100% vegan, gluten free and non-GMO. I ordered some of their pastries from the company’s website ( www.freshbakepastries .com ) and was really impressed with the quality. A gluten free almond cake, a gluten free banana bread and a few others I can’t remember which ones but they were all good.
I ordered their Banana Bread and was really excited to try their product. I made the recipe with no modifications and it came out looking like this:

if she was a spice she d be flour
if she was a spice she d be flour

The Taste & The Texture of Flourless Banana Bread

The texture of this dessert is great. The body is hearty and while it’s not heavy, you won’t feel like you’re eating a cake. It’s also not too sweet, with a hint of cinnamon that brings out the natural sweetness of the bananas. If you’re looking for a treat with less sugar, try using a sugar substitute like stevia extract. If you use stevia, be sure to adjust the baking time accordingly. [ARTICLE END]
Title: The Taste and Texture of Flourless Banana Bread [to use as a personification, not to be copied verbatim] By: Jennifer Colaizzi
As a kid I hid my banana bread away in my closet because I was embarrassed that it contained banana. I wanted to eat this stuff, but the other kids at school made me feel so weird about it. I felt like I was the only one who ate this strange creation. Even after I learned to accept my banana bread, I still felt weird about it.

if she was a spice she d be flour
if she was a spice she d be flour

Flour-Free Baking Recipes for a Healthy Diet

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This is a no-spice recipe, which means that it doesn’t contain any spices at all. It’s the perfect meal to make when you’re missing out on your daily spice.
The Ingredients:
serves 8-10
2 poblano peppers (capsaicin) , stemmed and seeded and cut into 1/2-inch pieces. Make sure they are organic. (Save the roasted pepper skins for making salsa. Grind the skins and use these to replace the cumin in your taco seasoning recipe.)
1 organic eggplant, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
1 yellow onion, chopped (dried onion will begin to burn at this temperature)
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed through garlic press (garlic burns at this temperature)

if she was a spice she d be flour
if she was a spice she d be flour

Why Should You Bake Flour-Free Recipes in the First Place?

Many people are allergic to the gluten found in traditional wheat flour. Others avoid it for the sake of their digestive health. Still others go gluten free because they have celiac disease, which makes it dangerous for them to eat anything containing gluten. For these people, switching to a flour-free recipe can make a big difference.
You might be surprised to learn that the gluten in traditional wheat flour isn’t what’s hazardous. It’s the high percentage of carbohydrates that are hiding within it.
Gluten is a sticky protein, but when it degrades it becomes bitter on your tongue and can cause indigestion. That’s why some people avoid flour, but even if you’re not sensitive to gluten you should think twice about going flour free all together.
Let’s start with the basics. What is gluten?
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. When you bake bread with flour, you’re actually making a type of glue that holds bread together by forming starch chains.

if she was a spice she d be flour
if she was a spice she d be flour