Yes I was baking last night in my pjs…..sorry about that. It did mean when we woke up this morning the whole house smelt of banana chocolatey yumminess and I insisted everyone sampled a slice before heading off to school. Really tasty spread with just a little butter…the children were disgusting and had peanut butter and chocolate spread too. Yes I let my children eat chocolate for breakfast so sue me. All in the name of baking research obviously.
I'll be honest with you, my gdfree baking is a bit hit or miss,but this one was a definite hit.
Ridiculously easy to make, even in your pjs. I’d like to thank Kitchen Operas blog for the recipe although I added more coconut flour than suggested as the wet mixture just seemed too wet.
Blend up 4 bananas, 4 eggs, 1/2 cup peanut butter, 4 tbsp coconut oil & tsp vanilla. Mix together dry ingredients: 1 cup coconut flour, tsp of cinnamon/bicarb soda/baking powder/salt. Chop up a 150g bar of dark choc into chunks and mix everything together. Bake in a double lined large loaf tin at 180 for 30-40mins. Mine browned more than I wanted so check with a skewer at 30mins and if getting dark stick a bit of kitchen foil on the top.
Now the question is, if it’s sugar free, gluten free and dairy free can it really be called a cake? hmmmm. I totally intend to ponder that this evening, when I have a slice with a scoop of Swedish Glace vanilla df ice cream (the best damn ice cream in the world).