Quinoa, Coconut Flour Einkorn Banana Bread (Sugar Free, Dairy Free)

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A deliciously healthy banana bread made with a mix of freshly milled einkorn flour, defatted coconut flour and quinoa flour. It's dairy free, sugar free, packed with nutrients and perfect for breakfast or a healthy snack in between meals.

Wet IngredientsDry Ingredients
  • 4 Large overripe bananas
  • 2 Large eggs, at room-temperature
  • 40 g Pumpkin seed oil
  • 60 g Homemade sunflower seed maca butter
  • 2 tbsp Brandy
  • 45 g Quinoa flour
  • 25 g Coconut flour
  • 180 g Einkorn berries, ground into flour
  • 7 g Baking powder
  • 3 g Baking soda
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla powder
  • 1/2 tsp Cardamom powder
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  1. Preheat your oven to 180C/350F. Grease and line base of a large 13cm x 21cm loaf pan with parchment paper.
  2. In a blender, add in overripe bananas, eggs, pumpkin seed oil, sunflower seed butter and brandy. Process all the ingredients until smooth .
  3. Sift together the flours, baking powder, baking soda, salt, vanilla powder and spices together in a large bowl and pour the wet mixture onto the dry mixture, folding gently but thoroughly.
  4. Pour into the prepared pan. Smooth the surface. Sprinkle the surface with 1 tablespoon of sunflower seeds if desired and bake for 1 hour or until a skewer inserted into centre comes out clean. Set aside in pan for 10 minutes to cool before turning onto a wire rack to cool completely. Slice and serve with sunflower seed maca butter.

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Nammi 30/6/16 05:42

Yummm you come up with really intrresting and new ingrediants :).

Rosa 30/6/16 08:02

It looks mighty delicious! Perfect when slathered with peanut butter or tahini paste.



Harriet Emily 30/6/16 10:40

I absolutely love banana bread, its one of my favourite things to eat. Love how healthy this recipe is Angie, I can't wait to try it!

Medeja 30/6/16 11:39

What a yummy and healthy banana bread!! I would love it toasted for breakfast :)

Katerina 30/6/16 12:04

What a delicious bread especially for breakfast Angie!

Monica 30/6/16 13:59

People love muffin tops but looking at this, I want your bread top! Looks so crusty and delicious. Nice healthy bake!

Barbara 30/6/16 14:28

Always love your mixture of flours in your breads and muffins, Angie. The crumb in your banana loaf looks tender and I bet it's delicious!

Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 30/6/16 15:10

I was thinking about trying to bake with quinoa flour, and this looks like a great place to start. I love banana bread.

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 30/6/16 15:22

This looks so good! I am intrigued by the pumpkin seed oil. I will have to watch for that when I am shopping at some of my bigger stores!

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 30/6/16 15:44

Angie you always have the best sounding breads! And so unique and fun! This banana bread sounds delicious!!

Anne Regalado 30/6/16 16:32

Love your twist on the good ol' banana bread ! Healthy and I'm sure pretty delicious !

Cathleen 30/6/16 16:48

This looks delicious! I thought I made all kinds of banana bread out there, but this one is so fancy!

No Spoon Necessary 30/6/16 16:56

You definitely make the most unique, delicious breads, Angie!! I am always amazed at the flavor combinations you come up with, and this one is no different! I could eat this entire loaf of deliciousness right about now! Talk about an upgraded banana bread! YUM! Cheers, friend!

grace 30/6/16 17:25

i actually love it when my loaf splits like that--i think those pieces are the best! great combination of ingredients, and the crumb couldn't look more ideal!

Hema 30/6/16 18:35

Bread looks fantastic, if only I could get all those ingredients here, I would be baking it right away..

Geraldine Saucier 30/6/16 18:55

A very delicious and unique banana bread. Would make delicious PB&J sandwiches:) YUM.

Juliana 30/6/16 19:30

What a beautiful loaf Angie...I love that it has a split...it sure looks and sounds delicious...
Have a wonderful week :)

fimère .b 30/6/16 23:16

délicieux avec la banane que j'aime beaucoup
bonne soirée

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/7/16 01:53

Oh wow, I would love a slice of that toasted in the morning, Angie! What a beautiful loaf!

Christine Ho 1/7/16 02:05

Bananas make every kind of bread taste wonderfully. Love your healthy version, Angie.

Gloria Baker 1/7/16 02:42

Angie absolutely beautiful bread!!!

The Yum List 1/7/16 04:11

I bet the coconut flower gives it a lovely flavour.

Sokehah Cheah 1/7/16 09:22

Good looking bread but I haven't heard of coconut flour before. I'm learning quite a lot of new ingredients from your blog, interesting!

Cheri Savory Spoon 1/7/16 13:33

Love the mixture of flours you used Angie. So healthy and delicious. Looks like another home run.

All That I'm Eating 1/7/16 13:51

This looks so good, great way to use up some overripe bananas!

Tania| My Kitchen Stories 1/7/16 15:49

Hi Angie. The texture of that banana bread looks so good. You really know how to make a loaf

Chrissy Barua 1/7/16 18:55

I love the addition of the nut butters to the batter- definitely a must-try!

Amy 1/7/16 21:00

Such a healthy version of banana bread! I gotta send this to my friend who is looking for a dairy free version. Thanks for sharing. :)

Abbe@This is How I Cook 2/7/16 05:15

I think banana bread is going around. I just made a loaf. I was given a loaf. And now I have another delicious recipe!

Kushi S 2/7/16 05:48

This sounds interesting and amazingly delicious!

Liz Berg 2/7/16 13:03

Such a gorgeous loaf, Angie! My daughter has been giving me not-so-subtle hints about making banana bread. Good timing!

Balvinder Ubi 3/7/16 03:40

I love whole grain breads made with ancient nutritious flour. This looks gorgeous, I wish I could eat einkorn.

Beth 3/7/16 14:48

Gorgeous loaf - I love the sunflower seeds on top!

kitchen flavours 4/7/16 02:53

Fabulous bread, Angie! I have not seen einkorn flour around here!

noobcook 4/7/16 04:55

sugar-free is great as banana is already sweet. Happy new week :)

Adina 4/7/16 11:46

Amazing combination of ingredients, it would never occur to me! The sunflower spread looks so good as well.

Nava K 4/7/16 12:10

Goodness, I am drooling over here right now looking at this yummy treat.

Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 4/7/16 15:18

What a gorgeous bread, Angie! It has such a beautiful texture! Love the seeded top, too. A slice of this would be perfect with my coffee right now!

Debra Eliotseats 4/7/16 16:26

Yum---that brandy sounds like a good addition to any banana bread. Love the whole grains on top, too.

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 4/7/16 21:44

What a delicious looking banana bread, Angie!

Alida 4/7/16 23:18

Nice flavours on this bread! I like coconut and with banana it's just the perfect combo.

Rafeeda AR 5/7/16 07:58

I seem to love how the bread looks like... Love how you come up with interesting recipes...

faithy 5/7/16 09:54

A hearty meal! Healthy too! Perfect crumb too!

Evelyne CulturEatz 5/7/16 17:50

I love your use of so many flours, I really need to start playing and learning about them, the bread looks wonderful.

Priya Santhamohan 5/7/16 18:14

Priya @ asmallbite
Very interesting,lovely clicks too..

Cook With Manali 5/7/16 19:06

such a healthy bread, would be perfect for breakfast!

Kelly - Life Made Sweeter 5/7/16 20:49

This banana bread looks incredible, Angie! I love the pumpkin seed oil and sunflower butter! The sunflower seeds make this so hearty, wholesome and delicious!

Koko 6/7/16 01:55

This looks amaaaazing! I can't believe it's sugar free. I love banana bread in any form! Coconut flour is one of my new favourite ingredients, too!

Velva 6/7/16 02:44

So crazy delicious!

Gwen 6/7/16 02:45

I SOOOO look forward to your lovely bread recipes!!! This one is a keeper!!!! Saving and sharing my heart out! ;)

Viviane Bauquet Farre 6/7/16 03:50

I love banana bread, and the texture added by the seeds must really make it special. Thanks for sharing as always, Angie!

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 6/7/16 08:39

What a great looking bread Angie, and my favourite flavour of all time banana as well :) I'd love a slice right now.

Mary @ LOVE the secret ingredient 6/7/16 17:24

I love banana bread for breakfast, and your version sounds like a great twist on a favorite. I'm sure it's worth the bit of extra effort and ingredients!

Smitha 6/7/16 20:12

Perfectly baked bread. Would love trying this recipe

Catherine 6/7/16 21:18

Dear Angie, What a great looking bread. This would be perfect for breakfast with a bit of jam. xoxo

ZazaCook 6/7/16 23:31

Beautiful bread, Angie! Can I get one slice?

Reeni Pisano 7/7/16 03:27

Mmmmm banana bread with brandy!! What a delicious and beautiful loaf of bread Angie! Wish I had a slice. :)

Kathy 9/7/16 14:43

Angie, A perfect looking bread to enjoy anytime of the day. Yum!

Choclette Blogger 10/7/16 11:01

Ooh sunflower seed maca butter Angie? How absolutely fabulous. Although I eat lots of pumpkin seed butter, I've never thought of sunflowers. Your banana bread looks fab as always.

Sophie's Foodie files 11/7/16 10:24

What a fantastic looking special banana bread, my friend! I love the brandy in here too!
The banana bread looks amazing! xxx

Sharon D 12/7/16 01:48

A gorgeous bake, Angie. I'm in love with this loaf and how it looks. Wish I could get a taste. ^.^

Sophie's Foodie files 23/7/16 09:46

Yesterday, I made your special banana bread & that maca butter too! They were excellent togther, dear Angie!
All wonderful flavours too! xxx

FROZIT 26/7/16 08:29

Its a healthy way to enjoy banana bread, really interesting ingredients. Thanks for sharing!

Smitha 26/7/16 16:34

nice fluffy bread. Loved the bread color and the toppings

No Borders 10/8/16 08:59

I love this, looks really good!


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