Recipes 101

RECIPES 101

 

“CINNAMON TOPPED BANANA BREAD”

A LITTLE RICHER TEXTURED BREAD

“REAL MOIST”

My husband is Diabetic and I am careful with my ingredients so as not to tempt him to forget his diet.  I still look for ways to give him variety in the foods he eats.  I have made a new version of the same recipe and it is delicious and he loves it…very moist and still nutritious.  Makes 2 Loaf Pans or 16 Small Loaves.  I Make Small Loaves To Freeze.

DRY INGREDIENTS:

  • 41/2 Cups Flour (All-Purpose Unbleached Flour)
  • 31/2 Tsp Baking Soda
  • 11/2 Salt
  • 3 Cups of Sugar (I Use Truvia and 1/2 Cup of Truvia=1 Cup of Sugar, So 11/2 Cups of Truvia).  You Can Also Divide The White Truvia With Brown Truvia.  The Brown Truvia makes The Bread A Little Richer In Flavor.

 

WET INGREDIENTS:

  • 3/4 Cup of Softened Butter (Organic)
  • 3 Eggs (Free Range/Organic)
  • 11/2 Cups of Sour Cream (Organic)
  • 11/2 Cups of Cinnamon , Natural (No Sugar) Applesauce (Organic)
  • 21/2 Tsp. of Vanilla Extract (Natural, Real Vanilla)
  • 6 Ripe, Mashed, Organic Bananas
  • 2 cups of Walnuts or Pecans (Optional)

Set Oven to Bake at 350*…Grease and Dust the Loaf Pans With Butter and Flour.  Mix Wet Ingredients Together and Fold into Mixed Dry Ingredients.   Fill Each Small Loaf Pan 1/2 Full.  Place in oven for About 20 Minutes or until Toothpick Inserted in Each Loaf Comes out Clean.  Let Cool in Pans For 10-15 Minutes.   I Store Loaves in Freezer Bags to Retain Moisture.   I Put Truvia Brown Sugar Mixed With Cinnamon (Tiny Bit) as a Topping…Enjoy!  I also Put Them In The Freezer and Take Out A Little At A Time. They Keep Well.  We Do Not Seem To Gain Weight From These Loaves, But They Help For a Pick-Me-Up or For A Snack After School or Work With Good Nutrition.

 

“HEALTH IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT ASSET”

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