Grape Seed Flour Banana Bread

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Grape seed flour is obtained from winery by-products (skins, seeds and stems) generated during wine-making. In addition to antioxidants, grape seed flour is a good source of magnesium, calcium, iron, healthy fats, protein and fibre. There are several different types of grape seed flour each with a slightly different flavour and colour depending on the grape varietal they were derived from, i.e. Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot etc. It is gluten-free and very versatile in the kitchen: as an ingredient in baked goods of all kinds, like bread, pizza or cakes, but also great in yogurt or cereal, or smoothies.

  • 30 g Grape seed flour
  • 70 g Almond flour
  • 180 g Refined spelt flour
  • 5 g Baking powder
  • 7 g Baking soda
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 80 ml Grape juice
  • 60 g Grapeseed oil
  • 2 Large eggs
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 60 g Coconut syrup
  • 4 Ripe bananas, mashed
  • 100 g Dried cranberries
  • Sprinkles, optional
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Grease and line a 10cm x 26cm loaf pan with baking paper.
  2. Combine grapeseed flour, almond flour, spelt flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and pinch of salt in a large bowl.
  3. Whisk grape juice, grape seed oil, eggs, vanilla, coconut syrup and mashed bananas in a separate bowl. Add the liquid mixture to flour mixture. Stir until just combined. Fold in the dried cranberries.
  4. Pour into the prepared pan. Smooth the surface. Top with the sprinkles if using. Bake for 50 minutes 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.

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40 comments:

Nancy Chan 3/6/19 10:21

Really interesting. Grape seed flour is new to me.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 3/6/19 12:52

I wish I had a couple of those thick, delicious slices for breakfast! Your banana bread looks terrific, Angie!!!

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Helene Goldnadel 3/6/19 14:13

Sounds so yummy. You made me hungry.

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2pots2cook 3/6/19 14:52

Absolutely new to me ! Sounds interesting and will do !

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Kitchen Riffs 3/6/19 15:27

Gosh, what excellent looking bread! Grape seed flour is a fun ingredient that I haven't worked with. Thanks for the intro to it, and for this wonderful recipe. :-)

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Evelyne CulturEatz 3/6/19 15:31

Grape seed flour? wow another fab discovery, I am so curious to find some noe. And that is one gorgeous bread, I do love the sprinkle toppoing lol.

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Valentina 4/6/19 01:13

Angie, I'm SO excited about this recipe -- mainly because I have never even heard of grape seed flour. I use all sorts of GF flours all the time because my son has Celiac Disease. I am going to find this and buy some immediately. So interesting how the flours vary in flavor and color based on the particular grapes. So cool! And of course, the bread is lovely!

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Gloria Baker 4/6/19 02:14

love yours bread sAngie, always amazing and delicious !!

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Medeja- CranberryJam 4/6/19 10:05

I never even heard of grape seed flour! This looks so good!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 4/6/19 15:45

I would love to find some grape seed flour and will be adding it to my list! What a beautiful banana bread, Angie! I love how ugly, overripe bananas can turn into such a delicious bread :)

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natalia20041989 4/6/19 15:47

I have never heard about grape seed flour before, that is so creative! I love the presentation, the green topping looks amazing☺

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Izaa 5/6/19 08:07

it's tempting to look like a cake

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 6/6/19 17:41

How have I never heard of grape seed flour?!?! Clearly I have been missing out BIG time! This is the most creative and prettiest banana bread ever, Angie!!! I absolutely MUST get my hands on some of that flour and make this!! Cheers!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 6/6/19 18:30

Angie, I rarely see a recipe with an ingredient I've never even heard of--but I have never heard of grapeseed flour! I am intrigued. The loaf looks wonderful.

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Debra Eliotseats 6/6/19 20:53

What kind of sprinkles did you use? It almost looks like Macha. Very good info. I wonder if I can get grape seed flour?

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 7/6/19 13:56

wow that looks wonderful never heard of grapeseed flour!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 7/6/19 14:40

I was just thinking yesterday that it's been far too long since I've made banana bread. This looks delicious!

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Dahn 7/6/19 15:59

This sounds super interesting, I have never used grapeseed flour!

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Pam 7/6/19 22:00

Oh, it looks delicious, wish I had a couple of slices now. Thanks for sharing, Angie, and have a good weekend!

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Juliana 7/6/19 22:12

Grape seed flours? So interesting Angie, and I am loving the texture of it...amazing how you come up with new ingredients all the time...thank you so much for sharing it. Have a wonderful weekend!

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Kankana Saxena 8/6/19 06:03

You use such amazing flour combinations all the time!

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Angie's Recipes 8/6/19 09:13

@Debra Eliotseats I am sure that you can order it online. I got mine from amazon. The sprinkles I used are those for the X'mas cookies (green+yellow).

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Evi 8/6/19 13:04

What a great recipe! I have a big bag of grape seed flour in my cabinet for ages, and never know what to use it for, so I'm super thankful for this idea now :)

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grace 8/6/19 18:31

what a unique banana bread!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 8/6/19 20:19

I have never heard of grape seed flour before, but I'm very intrigued! It sounds so good for you and this loaf is perfect!

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Kelly | Foodtasia 9/6/19 11:29

Such a lovely loaf, Angie! You have the magic touch with healthy, delicious food!

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Królowa Karo 9/6/19 22:36

I've never heard of grape seed flour. It's very interesting. And this bread looks very delicious!

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Irene 10/6/19 01:59

This bread looks wonderful Angie! I never heard of this flour before! I bet it has a ton of flavor.

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Noob Cook 10/6/19 03:17

As a wine lover, I will love this grape seed bread! I'm loving the vibrant green colour too.

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Noob Cook 10/6/19 03:19

Thanks for your comments, I've been so busy lately >_< Have a happy week ahead :)

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Chitz 10/6/19 07:16

They look so yum and inviting :) Perfect snack for tea time !

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Anca 10/6/19 13:36

Grape seed flour?! I haven't heard of this kind of flour, but I would love to try it. Your banana bread looks amazing. Yum!!

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Easyfoodsmith 10/6/19 18:50

I can never get tired of having banana bread and I am so tempted by your bread especially with the grape seed flour addition that you made. I am so intrigued by it.

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Mae Travels 11/6/19 01:24

Very interesting selection of unusual ingredients. I'm afraid I don't like bananas at all, so this wouldn't be for me.

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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tigerfish 11/6/19 03:17

Is grape seed flour the new kid on the block? :p At first glance, I thought it was chocolate cake because of the bread color; but reading further, it is actually grape seed flour!

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Rafeeda AR 11/6/19 11:25

I love how different your recipes are... never heard of grape seed flour... looking at that bread would have initially made me think that it is chocolate... hehe... sounds delicious and healthy...

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Balvinder 12/6/19 01:44

Grape seed flour? Never heard of it. But the bread got a lovely color and texture.

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Nammi 13/6/19 05:34

first time hearing about grape seed flour. very curious on how it tastes like.

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Marcelle 13/6/19 16:06

I've never even heard of grape seed flour! I'm gonna have to check this ingredient out! :) This bread looks moist and flavorful, Angie :)

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Motions and Emotions 14/6/19 14:14

the texture of the bread looks so good and I love the upper green crust of bread

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