Frozen Bananas

All week, I have been craving bananas, but I did not want to eat a banana on its own. I wanted to make a bread item, so made my tried ‘n true Banana Bread (I have the recipe on my Banana Nut Bread entry).

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This loaf has no nuts or seeds.

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This loaf has blueberries.

I must mention that I have never used frozen bananas for anything other than my green smoothies. Finally, I tried something new. I remember people telling me all the time “Oh yes, freezing bananas are perfectly fine!” I don’t like freezing a lot of things, been resistant, actually.

If you have not read my Banana Nut Bread entry, you will not know the history of this bread. I turned a five-ingredient recipe into an 18-ingredient one over a number of years. Some of you may think I’m crazy, but I love experimenting and texture, and measuring ingredients does not bother me.

My kids  have been asking me to make a bread with zero nuts and seeds. This is not easy for me, as I LOVE texture. I added one more banana and instead of vanilla yogurt, I used coconut yogurt. I also replaced one cup of A/P flour with rice flour. The result?  A lighter, delicate bread. I made one loaf with and one without blueberries. Both turned out beautifully.

Do you like texture – seeds and nuts – in your breads? What type of seed or nut combinations do you use?

 

 

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