Low Sugar Banana Bread Recipe

This low sugar banana bread recipe is also an upgrade from the easy banana bread recipe and it will make your banana bread a little more healthy (and also with less calories). It is all the matter of taste, if you are used to very sweet foods than low sugar banana bread recipe will taste a bit plain to you, but if you can get used to using less sugar in your meals this low sugar banana bread will taste sweet. This recipe is an easy one, we are just adding less sugar!

For This Low Sugar Banana Bread Recipe You Will Need:

- 2 1/3 cups of mashed overripe bananas
- 2 cups of all-purpose flour
- 1/3 cup of brown sugar (normally we would use 3/4 cup)
- 1/2 cup of melted butter
- 2 beaten eggs
- 1 teaspoon of baking soda
- a little salt

1. Set you oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) and grease your banana bread pan.

2. In a big bowl mix flour, baking soda and salt. In another bowl mix melted butter with sugar, then add eggs and at the end mashed bananas. Pour the mixture into first bowl and stir.

3. Fill banana bread pan with in low sugar banana bread batter and put it in the oven. It will be done in 60 to 65 minutes. It is done when you can stick a knife in your banana bread and it comes out clean.

We hope you get used to less sugar in your diet and start using low sugar banana bread recipe. Enjoy!


29.01.2008. 05:59

Comments

clueless in dublin 10.03.2009. 08:30

could I replace some all purpose flour with wholemeal for that extra healthy kick? want to make this for a toddler so the less sugar and refined ingredients the better! thanks

BananaMan :) 11.03.2009. 09:32

@clueless in dublin: take a look at the healthy banana bread recipe in the sidebar. You can replace at least half of the all purpose flour with wholewheat flour. It's just the more wholewheat you use the more "crumbly" the breat will be.

LukeK 29.08.2010. 12:44

Great recipe! Works pretty well with 50/50 wheat flour and rice flour, its a trifle tough but if you are cutting down on wheat its a good trade off IMO.

cyndy kopitsky 17.01.2011. 05:57

I would suggest, for those that may like this a tad bit sweeter (and believe me this is wonderful just as it is as well) that you add about 1/ to 1/2 c. of coconut oil. This can be found in most supermarkets and is very healthy and add an interesting twist. I also added 1/2 - 3/4 c. chopped walnuts.

jan 18.12.2011. 11:27

need calorie protein and carbs grams in one slice

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