Raisin Oatbran Banana Einkorn Loaf

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Found this recipe on Ricardo Cuisine, but I tweaked it a bit using what I have on hand and making it even healthier with ground whole-grain einkorn, oat bran, banana, coconut oil and liquid stevia. This makes a good snack, breakfast, or even dessert with a chocolate glaze or lemon icing.

  • 110 g Wholegrain einkorn flour
  • 80 g Oatbran
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp Sea salt
  • 120 ml Buttermilk
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla-flavoured liquid stevia
  • 3 Very ripe bananas, mashed
  • 1 Large egg
  • 30 ml Coconut oil, melted
  • 100 g Raisins
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Grease a small loaf pan (21cmx10cm) and line with parchment paper.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine the wholegrain einkorn flour, oatbran, baking powder, baking soda and sea salt. Set aside.
  3. In another bowl, combine the buttermilk, liquid stevia, mashed bananas, egg and melted coconut oil with a whisk.
  4. Stir in the dry ingredients until the flour is just moistened. Set aside 1tbsp of raisins for garnish and add the remaining ones to the batter.
  5. Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan. Sprinkle with the reserved raisins and bake for 40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the centre of the bread comes out clean. Let cool completely before unmoulding. Slice and serve.

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71 comments:

Summer 15/2/16 17:14

Hi Angie! This loaf is making drool! It looks lovely ♥

summerdaisy.net

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Tricia Buice 15/2/16 17:28

I've been thinking about raisin bread and here it is! So pretty and the texture looks wonderful. Have a terrific week Angie!

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Catherine 15/2/16 18:16

Dear Angie, This loaf looks so inviting to enjoy with a nice cup of tea.
I hope you have a wonderful day my dear. xoxo Catherine

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CookWith Manali 15/2/16 20:41

I will take one thick slice please, looks delish!!

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Monica 15/2/16 20:55

Great tweaks you made! This looks like a great way to start the day but I would also love it for dessert...it's enough good sweetness to satisfy my sweet tooth.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 15/2/16 21:18

What a hearty and delicious looking bread this is!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 15/2/16 22:01

How on earth do you all eat all those breads you make lol, all amazing breads. And this one from a local Montreal chef!

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Peachy @ The Peach KItchen 15/2/16 22:04

This looks delicious. It's my first time to hear about Eikhorn flour. Will look it up..

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Alida @mylittleitaliankitchen 15/2/16 22:18

Wholesome goodness! All your breads are so well risen and really well baked. Please send me a slice!

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Kelly - Life Made Sweeter 15/2/16 22:57

This is another gorgeous loaf, Angie! I love all the changes you made - sounds so wholesome and delicious!

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Beth 16/2/16 00:14

You always post the most beautiful bread recipes! This loaf looks amazing.

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No Spoon Necessary 16/2/16 00:23

You seriously make the most gorgeous and unique bread, Angie! My list of carby treats to make from your blog is getting to be a mile long! This loaf looks FAB!! Cheers, my dear!

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The Yum List 16/2/16 00:46

Angie, please open a shop near my home!

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Pam 16/2/16 00:48

It looks delicious!

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Nammi 16/2/16 02:50

Yummm what is liquid stevia?

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Nammi 16/2/16 02:50

Yummm what is liquid stevia?

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Liz Berg 16/2/16 03:32

What a moist, delectable quick bread! I'd definitely love a slice (or two!).

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Kushi S 16/2/16 04:25

I am in love with the recipe. Such a lovely combo. Looks so delicious!

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faithy 16/2/16 05:06

Beautiful loaf! Wish I can have a slice!

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Navaneetham Krishnan 16/2/16 05:56

I simply adore the loaves or cakes you bake. Not a big fan but its soothing to see.

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Angie Schneider 16/2/16 06:27

@Nammi It's stevia in liquid form. You can get it from amazon or other online shops.

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Rosa 16/2/16 10:09

I'd love to have a slice of this luscious bread with a cup of tea...

Cheers,

Rosa

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 16/2/16 12:33

Are you kidding me. I want this bread so badly Angie

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Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 16/2/16 13:43

I am loving your loaf recipes. This would be amazing covered in some almond butter I think.

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Easyfoodsmith 16/2/16 14:19

I have learnt so many new ingredients via your amazing posts. Had never heard of einkorn. Sounds really healthy and delish.

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Sharon D 16/2/16 15:02

Angie, you are totally amazing at this - you make the most unique bakes! This is lovely. ^.^

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grace 16/2/16 15:55

i can't believe i used to hate raisins! they're one of my favorite components in baked goods now, and this looks wonderful!

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Balvinder Ubi 16/2/16 16:21

Your oatbran raisin loaf looks incredible!

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kitchen flavours 16/2/16 16:34

Hi Angie,
Beautiful loaf! Healthy and looks yummy!

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Hema 16/2/16 17:20

The bread looks absolutely superb and as usual, very healthy bread..

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 16/2/16 18:04

Your loafs are always so intriguing, Angie and this one is no exception. This sound and look super yummy.

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 16/2/16 20:29

What a lovely loaf Angie! I love your use of buttermilk and banana in this!

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All That I'm Eating 16/2/16 20:41

I really like einkorn, this is a lovely idea for something different to make.

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athletic avocado 16/2/16 23:30

This bread looks fantastic! Love the addition of the raisins!

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Dawn Yucuis 17/2/16 03:15

I love the combination of bananas and raisins. Great job on making the recipe healthier. I would love to have a slice of this in the morning for breakfast.

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mjskit 17/2/16 04:41

All I have to see in a loaf of bread is bananas and raisins and I'm all over it. Great bread!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 17/2/16 05:04

I'll bet this is great banana raisin bread! And so good I could eat the whole loaf!

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Von 17/2/16 05:45

This bread looks so good- I could totally do with a slice now!! Does it keep for long?

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 17/2/16 13:16

How lovely. I wish I had a slice for my breakfast this morning or for that matter, tea in the afternoon.
Sam

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Barbara 17/2/16 14:53

Your breads always look divine. Great combo in this one!

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motherrimmy 17/2/16 15:20

This is such a healthy loaf of bread. I don't often use buttermilk. I bet it adds immense moisture and the slight tang would be a compliment to sweet fruits!

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Sue/the view from great island 18/2/16 00:00

I would love this toasted with a little butter, and a hot cup of coffee!

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MASTERCHEFMOM 18/2/16 11:32

Healthy Banana Raisin Loaf Recipe Angie! So many bread recipes to try from your blog ! Pinning for reference!

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Karen Luvswesavory 18/2/16 12:24

Hi Angie,
Wish that I'm your neighbour. ... drooling over your lovely yummy oatbran raisin loaf :)

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 18/2/16 16:09

Oh this is a beautiful bread, Angie! Looks so moist and full of flavor! Looking forward to trying this for myself! : )

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Adina 18/2/16 18:04

I love that crumb, it looks so appetizing...

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Anne Regalado 19/2/16 10:15

Beautiful bread , Angie ! I'll have mine toasted with a pat of butter , please ?!

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Muna Kenny 19/2/16 13:17

I can almost smell it! Oh, how I wish I can taste it too. looks beautiful Angie :)

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Christine Ho 19/2/16 15:12

This is a super healthy loaf cake, Angie.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 19/2/16 17:09

Hi Angie, Oh I love this bread and all the healthy changes that you made. Perfect anytime of the day.

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CookWith Manali 19/2/16 17:15

What a beautiful loaf Angie, you make the best breads!! :)

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Asha Shivakumar 20/2/16 03:26

Another beautiful healthy loaf of bread Angie. I've always admired how well you incorporate grains and healthy stuff into baking. This would be so good with some coffee.
xx

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Ivy 20/2/16 06:38

You are such a good baker Angie. Love all your breads!

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Karen Booth 20/2/16 11:42

What a FAB looking recipe and just the sort of thing I'd love for afternoon tea too! Glad to have found you! Karen

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Esther Lau 20/2/16 11:56

Wonderful loaf over here, Angie!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 20/2/16 12:46

Angie this looks amazing, I love it!

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ZazaCook 20/2/16 15:31

Beautiful loaf, Angie!:)

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Reeni Pisano 21/2/16 02:18

What a great combo - banana and raisins - this looks scrumptious Angie! Wish I had some for breakfast tomorrow! :)

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Gourmet Getaways 21/2/16 04:20

This looks like my sort of loaf. I love a loaf that is heave with added fibre and goodness. The banana and raisons would make it sweet but the wholegrains make it so healthy. I might have to try this for the kids lunchbox.
Thanks so much for sharing
Julie
Gourmet Getaways

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Roz Corieri Paige 21/2/16 23:08

It's so nice to see a recipe that includes raisins, Angie! I love them so much and they always add such a delicate sweet flavor!

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Eva Taylor 22/2/16 03:16

I am having some trouble commenting on your blog, it seems that blogspot will not accept my comment in chrome. I am now trying it in Safari and hope it works. I had thought I commented on this post on my iPhone but it looks like it didn't stick, or if it's still in moderation, please delete this one.
I met Ricardo a couple of years ago at a food writers award dinner and he was just lovely, approachable and an overall nice guy. He was launching his magazine and it looks like it's very successful for which I am very happy for him. It looks like you tweaked this loaf recipe beautifully.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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wiffy 22/2/16 16:11

Your bakes always look so great :)

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 22/2/16 17:56

Angie, this is a beautiful, and moist banana and raisin bread...just love it!
Now, I'm all confused. This is your previous post? I left my first comment on the Poppy seed kale bread, which now I don't know how it popped up the first time for me. That's what happens when you're 'out of the loop'! LOL

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Nadia 24/2/16 01:38

Looks delicious and full of fibre :D

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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 24/2/16 05:56

This would make a fantastic, healthy breakfast! Gorgeous bread :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 27/2/16 01:21

I have a very good blogger friend who loves Ricardo and shares many of his recipes! This sounds wonderful, Angie! I love how you've 'tweaked' it!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 29/2/16 19:22

Angie you always have the best loaves, which I had a slice of this right now!

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Katalina Kastravet 4/3/16 06:24

This raisin loaf is all I want, I mean it looks fabulous!

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Citra Kale 4/3/16 13:23

Hi Angie...What a gorgeous banana loaf you have here.. seems easy and healthy recipe to try..thx for sharing

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Agness Walewinder 6/3/16 17:14

My mouth's watering right now, girl. I'm not the biggest fan of regular bread, but yours look so yummy and I bet it could be my sweet treat on Sunday afternoon.

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