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* water if needed to make pourable batter, possibly a few tbsp
 
* water if needed to make pourable batter, possibly a few tbsp
  
Could do this in muffin tins, but I've found success in a greased loaf pan, for ~30-35 mins @325F in a convection oven. Aiming for internal temp of ~190F.
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Mix and bake. Could do this in muffin tins, but I've found success in a greased loaf pan, for ~35 mins @325F in a convection oven. Aiming for internal temp of ~190F.

Latest revision as of 18:11, 8 February 2021

Banana Bread

  • Baking requirements for basic cake
    • 1c flour
    • 1/2c chickpea flour (or almond flour, or other no gluten flour. This makes it a bit more cake-like. If you use all AP flour it may be a bit chewier but that's fine too.)
    • 1/2c sugar (couple extra tbsp if you like it sweeter)
    • 1.5 tsp baking powder
    • 1/2 tsp table salt
    • 1 egg
  • Flavor
    • 3 ripe bananas
    • roasted walnuts, crushed (1c?)
    • 1.5 tbsp oil (helps it stay moist)
    • 1/4c milk (optional)
    • 1.5 tsp vanilla (or cheap imitation is fine here)
  • water if needed to make pourable batter, possibly a few tbsp

Mix and bake. Could do this in muffin tins, but I've found success in a greased loaf pan, for ~35 mins @325F in a convection oven. Aiming for internal temp of ~190F.