There something about Banana Bread. No matter what’s in it – it always seems so healthy. Even though it’s probably more of a cake and therefore a dessert, I never feel guilty eating it for breakfast. So since today it National Banana Bread Day, we started it off with fried eggs, hash browns and….a big slice of one of our favorite banana bread. Our All Purpose Flour Blend makes it super simple to put together. And you can use our Toasted Oat Flour to make your favorite GF Flour blend too.
And if you don’t have any ripe bananas – no problem! Just put your yellow bananas in a cold oven and heat to 350 degrees. When the oven is up to temp the bananas should be dark brown and soft, looking just like very ripe bananas. Seriously, it works like magic.Please see my re-post of the recipe below.
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3 thoughts on “It’s National Banana Bread Day 2019!!! And you don’t even need ripe bananas!”
Just made brownie cupcakes instead of brownies by using an extra egg as you suggested on the package of your Deep Dark Chocolate Brownies. They were the best taste and texture of any gluten free brownie, muffin or cupcake I’ve ever made or tasted! Thank you for all the work that went into perfecting this product! Now on to making your recipe for lemon blueberry gf muffins…could you send me the recipe for the vanilla Merangue Frosting that you and your son demonstrated on a video? I watched and listened twice, enjoying it very much, but I don’t think you mentioned all the measurements. I got the water and cornstarch, but not the egg whites, vanilla and sugar. Hope by now you got the lemon and lime powder samples I sent last week. If you emailed to let me know, its possible my husband may have deleted your email as he just returned from being in England without computer access so when he got home he deleted alot before I had a chance to ask him to watch out for Gluten Free Prairie. Best to you all, Linda
So great to hear. The recipe for the frosting is Jeremy’s. I’ll ask him for it and email it to you.
Jeremy said he used a simple meringue recipe from Taste of Home. Basically egg whites and sugar. I’m sure you can find it. Please let me know how it turns out.