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    I have this awesome banana bread recipe that I would like to convert Primal. Can I replace the standard flour with coconut or almond flour as the same ratio.... ie 2cups flour = 2 cups coconut flour? Everything else in the recipe is primal, bananas, eggs, butter, salt and I am going to omit the sugar and add an extra banana. What do you all think? I have never tried baking primal yet, but if it can benefit my kidlets well and the mr. and I why not right? Everyone loves banana bread here and I would love to have a nice warm slice with butter on it
    ~*Lori*~
    my Primal journal : http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...-momofredheads
    my food blog http://iamhungrywhatsfordinner.blogspot.com/

    SW 231 as of 1/1/2012
    CW 192

  • #2
    I have no clue, but I have a question if you don't mind the sub-topic...

    are these primal baking recipes actually healthy? In what amounts? I'm sure they're better than conventional stuff, but I have a PB aversion to all things "cake" or resembling such ... I'm pretty ignorant on the subject which is why I ask.
    I used to seriously post here, now I prefer to troll.

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    • #3
      I would check out some pre-exsisting recipes for primal banana bread. My impression of coconut flour, due to it's density, is that it is not as simple as 1:1 with flour.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
        I have no clue, but I have a question if you don't mind the sub-topic...

        are these primal baking recipes actually healthy? In what amounts? I'm sure they're better than conventional stuff, but I have a PB aversion to all things "cake" or resembling such ... I'm pretty ignorant on the subject which is why I ask.
        eh. I'm with you on avoiding the replacements, but based on her ingredients the worst thing is the fructose in the banana. As long as this isn't being a breakfast every morning then it doesn't seem bad at all.

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        • #5
          thanks everyone!!

          Iniquity...first...I don't know if you remember your post about NJ/PA I am originally from Morris county area...so close neighbors, now I live in the lehigh Valley of PA...
          2nd...I wouldn't bake this everyday, I am thinking this is more for a comfort replacement now and again, you know, just like Marks, coconut pancakes.

          lcme thanks I will check it out.
          ~*Lori*~
          my Primal journal : http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...-momofredheads
          my food blog http://iamhungrywhatsfordinner.blogspot.com/

          SW 231 as of 1/1/2012
          CW 192

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          • #6
            Originally posted by lcme View Post
            eh. I'm with you on avoiding the replacements, but based on her ingredients the worst thing is the fructose in the banana. As long as this isn't being a breakfast every morning then it doesn't seem bad at all.
            Yeah it is basically like 4 bananas and it makes 2 whole loafs so you are really talking minimal amounts of bananas in 2 whole loafs of it too. I mean you would be eating less than a 1/4 of a banana in a 'serving'
            ~*Lori*~
            my Primal journal : http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...-momofredheads
            my food blog http://iamhungrywhatsfordinner.blogspot.com/

            SW 231 as of 1/1/2012
            CW 192

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            • #7
              Originally posted by momofredheads View Post
              Yeah it is basically like 4 bananas and it makes 2 whole loafs so you are really talking minimal amounts of bananas in 2 whole loafs of it too. I mean you would be eating less than a 1/4 of a banana in a 'serving'
              I wasn't trying to pass judgment, I just wanted to know if coconut flour alone could turn something you wouldn't normally consider into a go-to dessert or something. I'm sure they're tasty, I like banana nut loafs at starbucks but haven't had one in AGES... for obvious reasons.
              I used to seriously post here, now I prefer to troll.

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              • #8
                Oh and Morris county! I just wanna get out of Jersey... but I want to go south and warm not north and cold, sorry!
                I used to seriously post here, now I prefer to troll.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
                  I wasn't trying to pass judgment, I just wanted to know if coconut flour alone could turn something you wouldn't normally consider into a go-to dessert or something. I'm sure they're tasty, I like banana nut loafs at starbucks but haven't had one in AGES... for obvious reasons.
                  I am not so sensitive today LOL (referring to that crazy post yesterday about the brownie)....no offense taken I know you weren't passing judgement.

                  Well if south and warm....NorthCarolina is a great place to live and MUCH MUCH cheaper. We have family in Georgia too, but quite frankly it is too hot and humid there for my taste. I would love to move more west, but we have too much family in the tri-state area it would get way more expensive traveling to and fro etc. I thought I could never live out Jersey, but now I can't imagine moving back...too much traffic...2 weeks ago it took me over 3 hours to drive from my house to Woodcliff Lake for my cousin's shower...it should have been an hour 20 minutes...it was insane being stuck on route 80 all that time!! I can't do it anymore, been gone too long, love my country rolling farmlands
                  ~*Lori*~
                  my Primal journal : http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...-momofredheads
                  my food blog http://iamhungrywhatsfordinner.blogspot.com/

                  SW 231 as of 1/1/2012
                  CW 192

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