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Coconutty Cinnamon Banana Bread
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Servings: 6 mini loaves or 12 muffins
Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Mix all ingredients together until well combined. Pour into mini loaf pans or muffin tins.

Bake for 25-35 minutes (muffins take less time than mini loaves) or until it tests done.

Recipe submitted by Leslie, Amsterdam, NY

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Is there no leavening in this recipe?
# Posted By Beverly J. | 9/12/11 4:06 PM
Nope, none. It's a very dense bread. However, if you want you can add 1/2 teaspoon or so of baking soda/powder.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 9/13/11 11:14 AM
Oh, my goodness! This looks like something my daughter will LOVE, and I won't have to substitute ANYTHING because of allergies! Thank you!
# Posted By Heidi | 9/13/11 11:35 AM
I meant to ask, is it correct that you use 5 tsp. of cinnamon? It seems like a lot. Just making sure it's not a typo.
# Posted By Heidi | 9/13/11 5:17 PM
Nope. Not a typo.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 9/13/11 5:40 PM
Yum! Think I could throw in some fresh blueberries without ruining anything?
# Posted By Pamela | 9/14/11 12:15 PM
Is there any particular order to mixing the ingredients? Wet things first, etc.?
# Posted By Scott | 9/15/11 7:00 AM
Scott: Not really. You can measure out all the dry stuff first then add the wet but it won't really matter.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 9/15/11 12:04 PM
Can I use egg substitute in your recipes?
# Posted By Joanne | 10/1/11 1:36 PM
Just made this for the second time. Made 1/2 batch with only 1 TBS honey. Added Cayenne for a kick and fresh blackberries. AWESOME! Great recipe and taste!
# Posted By Shane | 12/7/11 5:12 PM
Could you make this in one loaf pan and add like a tsp baking powder or soda and just cook a little longer?...I'm not a great baker so just experimenting and learning.
# Posted By melinda h | 3/30/12 6:22 PM
Could I use regular flour instead of coconut flour?
# Posted By matti | 7/15/13 3:54 PM
I added pecans to the batter. They were Fabulous! Thanks so much for the recipe!
# Posted By Belinda | 7/22/13 4:59 PM
YUMMY! I changed it up a bit....I split the honey and maple syrup to get a little sweet from both. I added 1/2 tsp of baking powder, 1/3 c. of white flour along with the coconut flour, I used only 6 eggs and a little less cinnamon. I also threw in a handful of cranberries. Just great stuff!
# Posted By jane | 8/14/13 12:26 PM

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