Sugar Free Banana Bread

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Postby ches » 23 Jan 2008, 22:26

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Re: Sugar Free Banana Bread

Postby Mshelle » 31 Jan 2008, 15:14

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Postby Aitch » 01 Feb 2008, 15:53

allspice is deffo not mixed spice, but yes nutmeg and cinnamon will substitute. i meant to say... you should all buy these and then no greasing of tin necessary. http://www.lakeland.co.uk/product.aspx/ ... _5553_6545
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Postby AB&M » 01 Feb 2008, 15:54

I but some baking soda in mine last week too and it came out sooo much better - oh and the fact that my new oven cooks (hard & fast!) :D
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Postby Mshelle » 02 Feb 2008, 17:21

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Postby Fozza » 09 Feb 2008, 18:35

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Postby 56kath » 12 Feb 2008, 17:16

I have finally got round to making this - first attempt in the oven right now. Smells great..... will let u know how it turns out
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Postby luca'smum » 19 Feb 2008, 17:22

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Postby Mrs Aroo » 04 Mar 2008, 21:06

I have now made this three times too. And Roo LOVES it. Once I made it with some chopped dates thrown in.

Then figured out Roo seems to be allergic to dates so the one I just made I doubled the quantities, grated in an apple and a carrot as well and it's come out really yummy. Roo loves this one too - I have frozen it ready cut into pieces so it's always to hand.

It seems like a really easy, flexible recipe. And so quick and easy. Yay!

Mshelle, you could try adding a pinch of nutmeg along with the cinnamon. By the way I feel your pain when it comes to empty gas bottles... always at the most inconvenient moment...!!!
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Postby Svea » 11 Mar 2008, 22:10

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Postby Eli » 11 Mar 2008, 23:52

This recipe extra popular in this house too, though the chances of me getting for than a couple of slices are slim as DH adores it and DD likes it too so he goes to cut a piece for her snack and usually has 3 himself! Am having to buy extra bananas specially!
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Postby PerpetualMadness » 12 Mar 2008, 10:55

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