Get Your Free Week Trial Today! | 317-407-4512

Paleo Banana Bread – Bite Me!

Banana bread is a magical food. It makes your entire home smell amazing while it is being cooked, it tastes absolutely delicious, and in this recipe, it is also healthy. Normally, banana bread is full of vegetable oil (trans fats), sugar, and white flour. These ingredients are not quality fuel for your body. On occasion, they are absolutely fine to eat. Have a slice of pie around the holidays. Have a piece of candy on Halloween. Eat cake on your birthday. But, normally, trans fats, sugar, and simple carbohydrates do not support your goals in the box. Thankfully, our Health Coach, Katie, made up an amazing recipe for paleo banana bread with only 5 ingredients.

If you don’t have a loaf pan, you can use a muffin tin or a cake pan. This will change the cooking time, so watch closely while it cooks!

Paleo Banana Bread Ingredients:

  • 3 Medium Over-Ripe Bananas
  • 2 Cups Old Fashioned Oatmeal
  • 2 Large Eggs
  • 1/4 Cup Pure Maple Syrup
  • 1 tsp. Baking Soda

Paleo Banana Bread Steps:

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Lightly spray your loaf pan (Katie used 9×5), muffin tin, or cake pan with non-stick spray.
  2. Put all ingredients into a blender, and blend until everything is completely combined. Allow the blender to run for at least one minute to ensure complete uniformity.
  3. Pour your batter into your pan, and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until a tooth pick comes out clean after being inserted into the center of the bread. If you are making muffins or the cake size, your time will vary greatly so pay attention.
  4. Allow to cool, cut, and enjoy!

 

Other Posts You Might Like

Top Three Things to Focus on with Your Nutrition

There is a real sense of insecurity among the fitness industry when it comes to nutrition. A lot of people unfortunately try to make nutrition seem like rocket science and convince you that you absolutely must work with a nutrition coach in order to improve at all. Frankly, this is just not true. Think about … more »

How do You Eat Enough Protein Without Meat

The Midwest is Meat Country The Midwest is commonly referred to as a meat and potatoes type of place. It is very normal to grow up here and have every meal centered on what chunk of animal protein is on the plate. However, as the environmental and health impact of eating meat at every meal … more »

Three Ways to Stay Consistent

What matters more for long term health – intensity or consistency? By the title of this post, you can probably guess that consistency is the answer. Unfortunately, learning how to stay consistent is arguably tougher than being intense. If you go to the gym and do ten 100 yard sprints, squats, and bench press, you … more »

Top Member Tips for Healthy Living

I’m always on our blog talking about the best way to live your healthiest life. How to get in shape, how to eat healthier, how to recover better, and how to improve your mindset. However, I’m not the only person inside of Summit’s community that knows a thing or two about living a healthy life. … more »

Working Out While Pregnant: Part 3

Postpartum is Forever “Oh 💩…I’m a mom.” Six months later, and this thought still creeps into my mind when I look at Addison. In part 1 of this series, I talked about how I navigated my pregnancy, and in part 2, I shared some things to consider as I reintegrated back into working out. The … more »

Top 3 Ways to Exercise for Health

When I was in college, all I cared about was working out for performance purposes. As a Division 1 athlete in the ACC, I was solely concerned with whether my training plan would make me a better athlete. With that goal in mind, my exercise plans were focused on improving explosive speed and pre-habilitation to … more »

Ready to transform your life? View Our Memberships