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Tide You Over Tuesday: Strawberry Banana Bread (revisited)

Sorry I didn’t post this last night.  I declared a mental health evening. LOL  I have to do that every once in a while.  I am only human.  I hung my super cape up and put my feet up. I even went to bed early.  It is nice to occasionally just disconnect and chill out.

Since my super cape was in the closet, the recipe didn’t get posted, but I have a great old recipe that you all are sure to love! This is a breakfast favorite in our house; As a loaf or a muffin. Want to get super fancy? Make French toast with this delicious Strawberry Banana Bread.   Your family will think they are at some elegant B&B.

With Summer around the corner you are sure to find a great deal on strawberries, or you can use frozen.  Go Here for this great STRAWBERRY BANANA BREAD RECIPE and for all the details!

Comments

  1. Tonya says

    Amanda ~
    How would you suggest converting this recipe to gluten free using the specialty flours like rice and tapioca flour? How do you know how much xanthan gum to use in a recipe?

    • says

      Just substitute an allpurpose gluten free mix like GF Bisquick or Pamelas AP Gluten Free Flour/Pancake Mix, and add 1 tsp xanthan gum. Keep the rest of the recipe the same. This works for most baked goods. My Xanthan gum had a chart on the package telling you how much to add to different kinds of recipes. I find that 1 tsp usually does the trick. :)

  2. Tonya says

    Amanda ~
    How would you suggest converting this recipe to gluten free using the specialty flours like rice and tapioca flour? How do you know how much xanthan gum to use in a recipe?

    • says

      Just substitute an allpurpose gluten free mix like GF Bisquick or Pamelas AP Gluten Free Flour/Pancake Mix, and add 1 tsp xanthan gum. Keep the rest of the recipe the same. This works for most baked goods. My Xanthan gum had a chart on the package telling you how much to add to different kinds of recipes. I find that 1 tsp usually does the trick. :)

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