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The Best Gluten Free Banana Bread EVER!!!!!! safe

This banana bread is so moist and delicious.

By TanyaG

2011-05-12 15:28:42

I have made this bread twice. My family LOVES this Banana bread. This bread rises great and stays that way after it is cooled. Try it and let me know what you think.

Prep time 10 min
Cooking time 1 hour and 10 min
Servings 1 loaf

Ingredients

1 stick margarine or butter, softened
3 large or 3 1/2 small very ripe bananas
2 cups rice flour (or prepared GF baking mix)
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 teaspoons GF baking powder
1 teaspoon GF vanilla

Instructions

In a large bowl, cream butter with sugar. Beat in eggs, vanilla and bananas. In another bowl, mix together flour and baking powder. Combine and beat until dry ingredients are moist. Turn batter into 5 × 9-inch loaf pan. Bake at 325 degrees for one hour and 10 minutes or until toothpick comes clean out of center. Do not under bake. Yields one loaf. The first time I make this I did put oats with cold better and brown sugar on top. The second time I just put 3 tablespoons cold butter and 1/4 cup brown sugar and I just pinched the two together with my fingers until well blended. Then sprinkled it on top before baking. It was really good.

Category Bread and Rolls
Cuisine North American
Diet Choices Gluten-Free
Tags Bananas breakfast gluten-free holidays

 

  • curioduo
    Sept. 28, 2009

    Yeah, I Tweeted this the other day ... UNBELIEVABLY GOOD! Attention all Glingsters ... drop what you're doing and make this!

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  • tealeaves92
    Sept. 28, 2009

    My kids liked it, my "glutenous" guests liked it. My husband ate this rather than dinner 2 nights ago. this is a keep for ANY household, GF or not.

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  • Karstan
    Sept. 28, 2009

    It is amazing I agree, but when I make it, it tends to crumble?! Any ideas on what I might be doing wrong??

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  • curioduo
    Sept. 28, 2009

    Have you tried this recipe, though? It doesn't crumble at all and stays very moist ... doesn't dry out ... it's more like cake, actually.

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  • Karstan
    Sept. 28, 2009

    Yes, this is the exact one I have tried! Maybe I am over mixing it when I add the dry mix. I will have to try it once more.

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  • TanyaG
    Sept. 29, 2009

    Karstan, I replied to your post below. Let me know how it goes ok. I have make it twice and it was so good both times. I know it will work for you.

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  • steve
    Sept. 28, 2009

    I'm really picky...I loved it. I want more as soon as I can have it again.

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  • TanyaG
    Sept. 28, 2009

    Karstan, You may be over missing it a bit. When I make it I make it in a kitchen aid mixer. And as soon as the flour is poured I only allow it to mix until it is wet. I stop and put it into my bread pan.
    I am sorry it didn't work for you. Keep me posted and I will help you further if needed ok.

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  • Scrappygirl123
    Sept. 29, 2009

    Can you substitute a general flour mix and if so, how much?

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  • TanyaG
    Sept. 30, 2009

    I am sure you could. I have not tried that yet. Have you made this one yet. I am thinking that the bread may not be as light as it is in this recipe. You can try it and report back to this recipe. That would be great. I hope that you enjoy it.

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  • Authenticfoods
    Oct. 22, 2009

    Try using the Authentic Foods Multi-Blend Flour. It should work really well with this recipe, especially because this recipe is missing some Xanthan Gum (the multi blend flour has xanthan gum). Here is a link: http://authenticfoods.com/products/item/26/Multi-Blend-Flour

    With the multi blend flour, you won't know it's gluten free.

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  • TanyaG
    Oct. 22, 2009

    The recipe is so good the way it is and you can't even tell it is Gluten free at all. I would serve it to friend who wasn't on a gluten free diet. The recipe isn't missing the Xanthan gum I chose not to put it in. It stays together very well. Try it see what you think.

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  • igdavis
    Nov. 11, 2009

    Just found this wonderful site and am hungry reading about the banana bread recipe! I have a few very ripe bananas waiting on the counter right now!

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  • curioduo
    Nov. 11, 2009

    Yes, this is easily the BEST I've ever had. Even including the wheat flour varieties. :)

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  • valeriefender
    Dec. 2, 2009

    I FINALLY tried this today and have to say it is THE BEST BANANA BREAD EVER!!! Gluten-free or gluten-filled, by far the best. Next time, I'll try making it into muffins. For some reason, my family enjoys muffins more than a slice of bread. :-) So good either way!! :-)

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  • TanyaG
    Dec. 2, 2009

    Thank you! I am glad you like it. I need to make it again. lol I have another friend who loves it too.

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