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3 delicious fitness recipes for banana bread full of fibre and protein

Aren’t you able to figure out, which substantial meal you should have for breakfast? Don’t worry, we offer you three recipes for banana bread that are rich in fibre and protein. They will fill you up greatly and boost with energy needed for the new day. In addition, these banana breads can also be stored, and they can last for months. However, do not count on it because they will surely taste you so much that you will eat them in a moment.

1. Chocolate – banana bread

Ingredients:

  • 2 ripe bananas (230 g)
  • 100 ml kefir milk
  • 50 g whole grain spelt flour
  • 50 g fine oat flakes
  • 50 g Xylitol
  • 40 g dark chocolate cut into small pieces
  • 25 g chocolate protein Just Whey
  • 10 g psyllium
  • 10 g cocoa
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder

Procedure:

Mix all dry ingredients such as flour, oat flakes, psyllium, protein, xylitol, cocoa, baking powder and chocolate pieces. In another bowl, mix the liquid ingredients, i.e. the pieces of banana, kefir milk and egg, and blend them together with an immersion blender. Then add the liquid ingredients to the dry mixture and mix thoroughly.

Put the prepared dough into a 17 x 10 cm silicone bread form. Sprinkle the remaining chocolate pieces onto the top of the bread and, if necessary, decorate it with a sliced banana rings. Bake the bread for 45 minutes at 170 °C. After baking, let the bread cool down and then cut it into 10 pieces. Serve it together with fresh fruit, nut butter or yogurt. Yummy!

Chocolate - banana bread
Nutritional valuesper piece
Calories107
Protein5 g
Carbohydrates15 g
Fat3 g
Fibre2.5 g

2. Vegan banana bread

Ingredients:

  • 2 ripe bananas (230 g)
  • 100 g dates
  • 120 ml soy milk
  • 50 g whole grain spelt flour
  • 40 g fine oat flakes
  • 40 g almonds
  • 25 g vegetable protein Vegan Blend
  • 10 g chia seeds in 25 ml of water
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar
  • ½ teaspoon of cooking soda

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Procedure:

Cover the dates with boiling water and allow to soften in water for about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, make a chia egg by mixing chia seeds with 25 ml of water, and letting them in water for 5 minutes to swell. Blend the almonds into larger pieces and mix them in a bowl along with flour, oat flakes, protein, cinnamon, baking powder and soda.

Drain softened dates and mix with soy milk. Cut the bananas into smaller pieces, add chia egg, vinegar and date mix. Blend everything together with a immerse blender to create a smooth blend which you add to the dry ingredients.

Mix the resulting dough thoroughly and place it in a 17 x 10 cm silicone bread form. Put the form into the oven and leave to bake for 45 minutes at 170 °C. The bread will be damper to the touch after baking, but this is how it should be. Let it cool and cut into 10 pieces. Served with Jammy Spread, yoghurt, fresh fruit or nut butter. Bon appetite!

Vegan banana bread
Nutritional valuesper piece
Calories113
Protein5 g
Carbohydrates18 g
Fat3 g
Fibre3 g

3. Banana bread with cashew nuts

Ingredients:

Procedure:

Cut the bananas into smaller pieces, add yogurt, eggs, cashew butter and blend them all together with an immerse blender. Add the spelt flour, 50 g coconut sugar, oat flakes, vanilla protein, cinnamon and baking powder to the mixture. Mix the ingredients well together.

Cut the cashew nuts into smaller pieces and immix half of them into the dough. Pour the dough into a 17 x 10 cm silicone bread form. Sprinkle the top of the bread with the remaining cashew nuts, coconut sugar and a pinch of cinnamon. Put the banana bread in the oven and bake at 170 ° C for about 40 minutes.

The dough is baked when we put a wooden skewer into the bread, and it is almost dry when pulled out. Allow the bread to cool completely before cutting and then store it in a closed container. It tastes delicious with Jammy Spread delicacy, fresh fruit or nut butter. Bon appetite!

Banana bread with cashew nuts
Nutritional valuesper piece
Calories174
Protein8 g
Carbohydrates22 g
Fat6 g
Fibre2 g

As you can see, there are really many options for making banana bread. For ingredients, you need just to engage in a flight of fancy and try. You can also use different forms instead of bread form, e.g. muffin forms.

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