Have you ever had one of those days where you get a craving for something, but you just don’t want to have to wait for it to cook? It happens to me all the time. The other day I was craving banana bread so badly, but I also didn’t feel like baking. Luckily for me, I had this recipe for making an easy and addictive cinnamon banana bread mug cake on hand. With this recipe, it took all of five minutes before I was enjoying a terrific paleo-friendly treat that more than satisfied my sweet tooth. You’re going to love this recipe not just because of how easy it is to make, but also for its wholesome ingredients. It took a while for me to adjust to using only paleo ingredients but now it’s all I look for in my recipes.
If you’re a fan of blueberries, banana bread, and paleo dieting, then you’re in for a real treat today! I’ll be sharing a recipe to show you how to make the best paleo blueberry banana bread ever. I regret not adding blueberries into my banana bread recipes earlier. It’s a game-changer! The blueberries add a beautiful blue color to the load, especially if you swirl it into the batter. It also contains vitamin C and other disease-fighting antioxidants, while the bananas give a good amount of B-vitamins and potassium. For your dose of healthy fats and fiber, we have almond butter, almond flour and coconut flour.
Banana bread is hands down my favorite baked treat to make whenever I’m feeling like like something sweet but not completely over on the junk side. I usually end up making it at least three or four times every month. So as you can imagine, I’ve tried many different paleo banana bread recipes. Today I’m going to be sharing one such recipe that just might be at the very top of my list of favorites. It makes a chocolate swirl pumpkin paleo banana bread that’s honestly so good, nobody believes me when I tell them it’s totally paleo-friendly. There are absolutely no refined or processed ingredients of any kind that go into this recipe. Thanks to that, you can enjoy this treat totally guilt-free. It’s packed full of healthy fats, antioxidants, and essential vitamins and minerals, and pairs well with coffee or tea—perfect for serving guests.
Just because you’re following a healthier diet plan like the paleo diet doesn’t mean you can’t indulge your sweet tooth from time to time. Take it from somebody who has a huge sweet tooth. It’s definitely possible to enjoy some truly decadent sweets while keeping things 100% paleo. Don’t believe me? Then you simply must try this coffee cake banana bread with a crumble top. The banana bread is just sweet enough that I no longer have to put sugar in my coffee. But the real star of this recipe is the homemade crumble top. It’s made with a great mix of coconut sugar, almond flour, pecans, coconut oil and cinnamon. I could eat that topping alone, to be perfectly honest. It’s pretty spectacular.
Whenever one of my friends tells me that they’re considering trying out the paleo diet, it seems like they always have the same questions. They’re always worried about giving up their favorite sweets, or feeling deprived of their favorite savory dishes. The good news is that it’s definitely possible to enjoy all of your favorite treats still. You just have to get a little creative with the ingredients you use when making them. That’s exactly what this honey nut paleo banana bread recipe does. Absolutely everything that goes into making this recipe has been carefully selected to keep it low in carbs, high in heart-healthy fats, and full of flavor. It’s the perfect combination of sweet, nutty, and sticky.
One of the best things about the paleo diet is the freedom and flexibility it can offer you when it comes to experimenting with certain recipes. For example, I’ve always been a huge fan of banana bread. Lately I’ve been trying out a few different paleo-friendly recipes for making banana bread, and I stumbled upon one that was too good not to share. This 10-minute pear banana bread will surprise you on so many levels. I never thought to combine pears and bananas together but it’s terrific. It’s all thanks to the smart combination of whole food ingredients that make a loaf of banana bread that’s sweet, satisfying, low in carbs, and guilt-free. I can already tell that this is one recipe that’s going to be one of my go to’s for whenever I’m feeling the need to satisfy my sweet tooth.
It never ceases to amaze me how easy it can be to take some of my favorite foods and make them paleo-friendly. Banana bread is one of those foods. Normally it’s made with quite a few ingredients that are decidedly not paleo. That’s where recipes like this one comes in. It’s for an easy, no-fuss 7-ingredient paleo banana bread that is pretty close to perfect if you ask me. Instead of using refined wheat flour which has been known to cause inflammation, raise blood sugar, trigger bloating, among other unpleasant things, this recipe opts for almond flour instead. Not only is this a much healthier choice because of the high fiber and monounsaturated fat content, but it also has the added benefit of giving your banana bread a deliciously nutty flavor as well.