This keto banana bread recipe is a moist bread with soft crumb, crunchy nuts and delicious banana flavors with only 3.3 grams of net carbs per slice!
We all crave banana bread at some point on our keto journey. Unfortunately, bananas are not really keto-friendly fruits. In fact, 100 grams of banana contains 23 grams of carbs and knowing that you are generally trying to restrict your carbs intake to 25 gram per day, this makes it rather difficult to include bananas on a keto diet.
However, there are options to make moist, flavorsome banana keto bread without real bananas!
My easy keto banana bread recipe is here to fix all your banana cravings, let me share with you how to make it!
All you need to make a banana bread keto-friendly is a few 100% keto ingredients.
It means no high-carbs mashed banana but a good balance of wet and dry ingredients to achieve the same moist crumb as if there were a banana in your bread.
This banana bread keto style recipe is the easiest banana recipe ever!
All you have to do is to combine the wet ingredients in one bowl, making sure they are all at room temperature of course, or the butter can ‘burn’ the eggs.
Also, measure the butter once melted for precision.
Then, in another bowl whisk all the dry ingredients to remove any lumps of flour and create a consistent blend of grounded ingredients.
Finally, pour dry ingredients onto the wet ingredients and combine with a spoon until the batter is consistent, moist but not overly runny or thick.
Stir in the chopped nuts at the end, or swap nuts for 1/2 cup of sugar-free chocolate chips if you want to make a keto chocolate chip banana bread recipe!
Bake your banana bread in a preheated oven at 350F (180C) for about 60 minutes in total or until a pick inserted in the center of the bread comes out clean.
I recommend tenting the loaf pan with a piece of foil after 20 minutes of baking to prevent the top of the bread from browning too fast.
This banana bread keto almond flour recipe must cool down completely before cutting into slices.
I recommend 3 hours of cooling down on a rack to give time to the bread crumb to set and the extra moisture to steam out.
In fact, slicing this bread too early will result in a crumbly bread so be patient!
The best ways to eat this almond flour banana keto bread are:
Here you are, now you have learned how to make keto banana bread recipe at home! Time to bake yours!
This banana bread recipe is keto and low-carb approved! It only contains 3.3 grams of net carbs per slice which makes this low-carb keto banana bread perfect as breakfast bread.
No, you can’t add mashed banana in this recipe because
So while banana can make healthy recipes for people on a paleo or grain-free diet, it’s not recommended on your keto low-carb diet.
If you love a sweet keto bread for breakfast on side of your bulletproof coffee, I have plenty of other recipes for you to try below.
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