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    Hey everyone,


    My wife invented this awesome recipe awhile back. But I forgot to share!


    Here's what it looks like.





    Here's how to make it. (If you're concerned about carbs you can use less banana.) But this makes about 8-10 decent sized slices. So it's not a *ton* of carbs.


    2 cups almond meal/flour

    4 ripe bananas

    4 eggs

    1/2 T baking soda

    1 T b-powder

    Vanilla

    Cinnamon

    Bake at 350 for 55 mins

    Eat!


    Have fun!

    -Sean


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    This looks wonderful! I grew up eating banana bread, and it's probably the one baked good that I really, really enjoyed! I will definitely be making this sometime soon! Do you think there is a way to make this using coconut flour? Sometimes almond flour is too... almondy for me


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    Ooooh, that looks good. I bet it's super calorie dense. Good for the guys who are gaining weight!


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    @Tara, I don't know if you could use coconut flour, but you could try


    @TenYearStorm, yea it's not the most "calorie light" food out there, but not too bad either.


    Here's a quick breakdown.


    I'd say there's 10 slices in each "batch" so here's the breakdown for 1 slice.


    1 slice:


    Calories: 198

    Fat: 13

    Carbs: 15

    Protein: 8


    Not the "best" but certainly not horrible either.

    -Sean


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    He Sean! Looks good, I'd like to try zucchini with this recipe. G2


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    I just so happen to have some really ripe bananas we bought a couple weeks back. I haven't ate any in so long figured I would get some, but btw me and the wife we only ate one over the past 3 weeks, so this recipe really comes in handy.

    Are 3 week old bananas too ripe?

    Either way I'll be making this tonight.


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    When did bananas become Primal?


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    OTB: Same time milk became paleo -- whenever an individual wants it to be


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    I thought fruit was ok?


    The Banana Bread looks GREAT - do you know if it'd work minus the baking powder?


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    Looks pretty delicious, I might have to try it out


    When were bananas not primal?


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