This out of this world delicious gluten free almond meal Banana Bread
Is so fast and easy to make, you’ll always want to have one on hand to satisfy that baked good craving. The process requires no baking prowess and can be made without walnuts, or perhaps raisins, if you’d like to reduce sweetness.
If you’re on a grain free diet or want to simplify the recipe, nix the sorghum and use almond meal exclusively. The upside of the sorghum flour is that it helps to produce a slightly crispier outside crust and reduces the overall cost. Organic sorghum flour runs about $3/ lb versus $9/ lb for almond flour. If you use 1/2 cup sorghum, you can stretch a 1 lb bag of almond meal to make 3 loaves.
Store in the fridge and toast to serve!
HOT OUT OF THE OVEN WITH A SLAB OF BUTTER
Is how I like it best, but it’s just as good toasted! If you’re afraid of butter, it’s time to release that fear. Staying slim and enjoying the good things in life are not mutually exclusive. They go hand in hand!
Butter from pasture-raised animals is high in fat soluble vitamins including K, as well as conjugated linoleic acid and even Co-enzyme Q10, an anti-oxidant essential to regulating the LDL cholesterol ratio and for energy production. You’ll be even better off if you can get your butter raw. These nutrients are especially high in raw butter, while the live enzymes aid in the absorption of these precious macronutrients.
Whether you’re into butter or not, you’re sure to enjoy this homemade banana bread!