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  1. #1
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    Primal Banana Walnut Bread

    I made this about 1 hour ago, it tastes AWESOME!

    You'll need...

    2 Eggs
    1 tsp baking soda
    1/2 Cup Melted Butter
    2 Cups of Almond Flour
    Pinch of Sea Salt
    2 ripe/over ripe bananas
    3/4 cup crushed walnuts

    *Begin by preheating your oven to 350 on bake and grease your bread pan

    Step 1:

    Pour your 2 cups of Almond Flour in a mixing bowl.
    Add the teaspoon of baking soda
    Add the pinch of sea salt

    Step 2:

    Grab another mixing bowl
    melt a 1/2 cup of butter and pour it in...
    Grab a small cereal bowl and whisk two eggs, add it to the melted butter...

    Step 3:

    Mash up your two ripe bananas pretty good then add them to the eggs and butter
    Add crushed walnuts

    Step 4: Stir it up good and mix into the bowl with the almond flour.
    Pour the mixture into your bread pan.
    Place in oven and bake for about 30 minutes or more (do the toothpick in brownie test)

    this smells up the whole house and it smells and tastes SO good!!!!!


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    Oh, I am sooooo making this today! Thank you.
    Nutty Kitchen

    cook for life!

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    Does it freeze well?

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    Wow, this looks amazing! Thanks for posting!

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    almond flour

    homemade almond flour? how does one make almond flour?

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    I'm told you can make it, but I've never tried. You can get it from any health food store -- Bobs Red Mill is very common; Amazon also sells my favorite brand, Honeyville Farms. It's very expensive though - I use enough of it that I buy it in 25lb boxes which is far less per pound than the 1lb bags at the health food store, or the 5 lb from amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bokbadok View Post
    ...my favorite brand, Honeyville Farms.
    This is what I have, too, thanks to Elana's Pantry recipes.

    I'm going to make this, too, even tho I just set to soaking whole wheat flour, Nourishing Tradition style. Good thing I've got extra bananas in the freezer...

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    How's best to store this cake. I'm only going t be baking it for myself I think, but I don't fancy eating the whole lot in one day (I do, but for the sake of money and health..)

    I hear bananas don't freeze well. Anything I can add to the recipe to make it keep longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bokbadok View Post
    I'm told you can make it, but I've never tried. You can get it from any health food store -- Bobs Red Mill is very common; Amazon also sells my favorite brand, Honeyville Farms. It's very expensive though - I use enough of it that I buy it in 25lb boxes which is far less per pound than the 1lb bags at the health food store, or the 5 lb from amazon.
    Do you buy the blanched or natural?

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    Hi, I'm going to make this very soon. Could someone please tell me how much almond flour to use. The OP recipe has 'cups' as a measurement. I'm new to cooking and not sure how much to use.


    Also, how will too much/too little flour affect the outcome of the cake?

    Thanks!

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