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Low-Carb Keto Banana Bread

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Low-Carb Keto Banana Bread

If you’re trying to reduce carbs, this keto banana bread recipe is a must. With no wheat flour and no added sugar, it bakes into a tender, remarkably sweet-tasting bread, sweetened only by bananas. Gluten-free coconut flour is made from the meat of the coconut left over after pressing it for oil, so it is low in fat and high in fiber.

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16 responses to “Low-Carb Keto Banana Bread”

  1. Avatar Yeahyeahwhatever says:

    Is there only 1/2 c coconut flour? That doesn’t seem to be enough.

    • Avatar Kristen says:

      I was thinking the exact same thing.

      • Avatar sahndra48 says:

        I agree, i’m not that great at math, but it appears the nutritional calculations listed at the bottom of the recipe might also need adjusting.

    • Avatar Organic says:

      Hey there! Just FYI – coconut flour is about four times as absorbent as other flours, so you only need a quarter of the measurement. I make breads, brownies, etc. with 1/4c-1/2c coconut flour all the time.

      That said, this is *not* low carb. 11g net carbs for a small slice is extremely high carb for something “low carb.” Most keto low carb breads are 1g-2g net carbs per slice by comparison.

  2. Avatar Yvonne Meinhardt says:

    If i add the calories used for this recipe, it is not just 130 calories per serving size.

  3. Avatar Antra Jansone says:

    I cooked today, came out very tasty. Just used olive oil instead of coconut.

  4. Avatar EL says:

    15g carbs and 6g sugar. What a joke. Crazy amount of sugar, not to mention the GI of this. If you need high insulin and want to get fat, use this.

  5. Avatar Bart says:

    LOL, silly MyFitnessPal, bananas are sugar. 100% Fructose even…

    • Avatar Liz says:

      Not true. Bananas have glucose, fructose, and a bit of sucrose. Why are you hating on them so much?

  6. Avatar Carolyn says:

    Does this taste super coconutty?

  7. Avatar Amy says:

    I made this today and it has to be the worst recipe I’ve ever made. It took forever to bake, the texture is awful, and the flavor is indescribable. One of my kids took one bite and spit it out. I couldn’t eat more than a bite. Waste of time, ingredients, energy and calories. Ugh!

    • Avatar Sharon says:

      Right? Mine went right in the garbage!

    • Avatar BM says:

      same here – tried it and found it to be heavy, dense, and very bland, taking forever to bake, and just unappealing. I made it through 2 pieces, eating one after baking and one later in the day, and found that time didn’t improve the flavor. The rest went into the garbage!

  8. This Low-Carb Banana Bread recipe looks amazing, and since I have type 1 diabetes, its a perfect snack for me and anyone that’s a diabetic. Thanks, Kenny 🙂

  9. Avatar Jessie Lim-Heng says:

    what is the setting if i use a bread machine?

  10. Avatar Sharon says:

    This is the worst recipe! Total waste of time! It’s like eating cardboard! Shame on Under Armour!

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