Flourless Strawberry Oatmeal Banana Bread

May 5, 2016

    Flourless Strawberry Oatmeal Banana Bread made with 8 ingredientsFlourless Strawberry Oatmeal Banana Bread by rachLmansfield

    Hi ya babes! Flourless Strawberry Oatmeal Banana Bread like hey, what’s up, hello.

    My first not grain-free banana bread that I am sharing with you guys. It is made with oat flour instead of coconut and almond. Because a handful of you asked me if you could sub another flour in my other banana bread recipes, I had to make this for us,.

    Plus the addition of strawberries in it seriously has me feeling all kinds of tingles.

    Ever since April rolled around, the grocery stores have been stocked with so many organic and fresh berries. I am in heaven. I love when strawberries are extra red and juicy, just like the ones in this recipe.

    The best part about this banana bread? It is SO versatile and you can use any berries you want, any nut butter, etc. I think that is why I have a million banana bread ideas.. the possibilities are endless.

    Better Body Foods obviously played a key role in this recipe (they literally take over all my recipes) with their agave and coconut oil. You may recognize Better Body Foods from a handful of my recipes like: Flourless Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip PancakesPaleo Chocolate Chunk Blondies and more.

    You will also need a couple ripe bananas, nut butter (I used SunButter), oat flour (just oatmeal food processed) and fresh strawberries.

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    Strawberry Oatmeal Banana Bread

    • Author: rachel mansfield
    • Yield: 8-10 slices 1x
    • Category: dairy free, gluten free friendly
    • Cuisine: dessert, breakfast, snack
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    Ingredients

    • Wet Ingredients:
    • 2 ripe medium sized bananas, mashed
    • 1/3 cup drippy nut butter (I used sunbutter)
    • 1 tablespoon agave (can use honey or maple syrup)
    • 1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted and cooled
    • 2 eggs
    • Dry Ingredients:
    • 3/4 cup oat flour (oatmeal food processed)*
    • 1 teaspoon baking powder
    • Add in’s:
    • 1/2 cup chopped strawberries
    • *I have not tested this recipe with other flours, I recommend oat*

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line or spray a loaf pan with parchment paper (I used 8.5 x 4.5 x 2.5)
    2. Mix together wet ingredients with Kitchen Aid or hand mixer
    3. Add dry ingredients to wet and mix with spatula
    4. Fold in strawberries
    5. Pour into a bread dish into pan
    6. Bake for 35-40 minutes (stick tooth pick in and should come out clean)
    7. Finally, let cool for a few minutes and enjoy!

    xx, Rach

     

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    22 Responses

      1. Hi Kristina – I haven’t tested this without eggs. I usually include eggs in all my banana bread recipes but feel free to add a flax egg or chia eggs if you prefer! xx

    1. Made this today! Slathered some almond butter on a slice and it was absolute heaven! Thank you for the fabulous recipe!!

    2. This looks amazing! However, I don’t have a hand mixer, would I be able to use a whisk or another tool to mix the wet ingredients?

    3. Hi Rachel, I love how simple and delicious this recipe sounds! However I don’t own coconut oil, is there a suitable oil substitute? I don’t use oil often but the only ones I have at home are avocado and olive oil.

      1. Hi Steph! I haven’t tested this with another oil as coconut is my favorite to bake with. I recommend definitely buying some for cooking and baking, it is amazing! xx

    4. Can you use Jif peanut butter? Will the final results be the same? I’m wondering because Jif peanut butter seems more oily.

      1. Hi Anette! I recommend using an organic or natural peanut butter option. I don’t use Jif or Skippy due to the additives they put in their products. Definitely try Justin’s, Woodstock Farms or Earth Balance peanut butter! xx

    5. Could I use coconut flour instead of oat? I recently just bought coconut flour to make your chocolate chip banana bread (which was AMAZING).

      1. Thank you, Cassie 🙂 Coconut flour is very different than most flours so the ratios of the whole recipe would be off. I recommend oat flour for this or gluten-free or all purpose. If you have oats, grind them up in food processor to make oat flour! xx

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