BANANA BREAD

INGREDIENTS (8 servings)

FOR THE BANANA BREAD

Flaxseed (Ground) – 1 tbsp (8 gr / 0.28 oz)

Water - 2 1/2 tbsp (28 gr / 1 oz)

Whole Wheat Flour - 1 1/4 cup) (150 gr / 5.3 oz)

Oat Flour - 1 cup (100 gr / 3.53 oz)

Cinnamon - 1 tsp (2 gr / 0.07 oz)

Nutmeg (Ground) - ¼ tsp (1 gr / 0.035 oz)

Baking Soda - ½ tsp (2 gr / 0.07 oz)

Baking Powder - 1 tsp (4 gr / 0.14 oz)

Salt - ½ tsp (2 gr / 0.07 oz)

Almond Milk - ½ cup (110 ml / 3.72 fl oz)

Vinegar - 1 ½ tsp (25 gr / 0.88 oz)

Coconut Butter (melted) - 50 gr / 1.76 oz

Banana (Softened) - 175 gr / 6.17 oz

Coconut Sugar - 45 gr / 2.64 oz

Agave Syrup - 2 tbsp (25 gr / 0.88 oz)

Dried Bananas - 2 packs (60 gr / 2.12 oz)

FOR THE FROSTING

Agave Syrup - 1 tbsp (15 gr / 0.53 oz)

Coconut Cream - 1 cup (200 ml / 6.76 fl oz)

Nutmeg – ¼ tsp (2 gr / 0.07 oz)

Oil (for greasing the cake mold)

  • Grease and line your cake mould with parchement paper and put it aside.
  • For the flax egg, mix water with ground flaxseed in a small container and put aside for 10 minutes.
  • Weigh your almond milk and vinegar together in a container and put aside.
  • In a mixing bowl, smash your soft fresh bananas into a puree and add the coconut butter, coconut sugar the flax egg and cinnamon. Mix with a help of a spatula till homogeneous.
  • Add the grated nutmeg, salt and half of your almond milk and vinegar mix, your flour, baking powder, baking soda and mix.
  • Add the other half of almond milk mixture and mix.
  • Add agave and mix.
  • Pour the cake batter in your greased and line cake mold and bake for 35-45 minutes at 175 C.
  • Take your cake out of the oven and rest it for 5 minutes in the mold and after that take it out of the mold and let it cool.
  • For the frosting, pour the cold cream into the mixing bowl and whip with the help of a whisk until its consistency is a bit denser. Add the agave and the grated nutmeg and whisk.
  • Pour the frosting on top of the cooled cake letting it drip from the sides and top it with your dried bananas.
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