Gluten-Free Banana Bread Recipe, Macro-Friendly, Chocolate Chip | Balanced Bites, Diane Sanfilippo

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  1. My second double batch is in the oven now! Delicious. Helping to use up all of the bananas I thought I may eat during this quarantine. I love that it’s lower fat. Thanks!5 stars

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  2. Excellent! This is my new favorite banana bread recipe. Used King Arthur measure for measure GF flour (measured the 1.5 cups in grams), and it turned out perfectly. Macros I calculated for the whole loaf are 28.8 P / 375 C / 36.5 F so 1/10th slice is under 200 calories!5 stars

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  3. So delicious! I couldn’t find my loaf pan so I just made it in a square Pyrex. Turned out beautiful and so yummy!
    Do you keep it in the fridge or can I just store it on the counter?

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      No milk. And mine is always super moist so perhaps your ingredients weren’t the same? Did you use coconut flour instead of a gluten-free flour? That will make a huge difference and it isn’t a swap I recommend.

  4. Thanks for posting! My favorite add in bedsides chocolate chips, is blueberries 🫐. I Can’t wait to try this. Wondering why you wanted low fat?

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      Hi Amy-

      Glad to hear it. I was eating lower fat for a period of time. Some folks like to eat that way, so this works for that need. You can add more fat if you want and a bit less banana, but this recipe really comes out great as-is! May as well save the precious ghee for other things!

      Diane

  5. Love this. I’m not great at baking but followed your recipe exactly and used cup for cup GF flour (King Arthur brand) turned out great. I feel like the flavor improved a day or two later. Thank you for sharing!5 stars

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  6. This is my family’s favorite banana bread recipe! Makes me excited every time I see brown bananas in our bowl. You won’t be disappointed! I snuck a scoop of collagen in the dry ingredients , too!5 stars

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  7. Just made this for the first time! Followed the recipe using 1:1, but did not use the choc chips. It turned out great with a non-gluten free texture – very spongy. I like that there is not a lot of sugar, dairy or added fat and it is sweet and moist. Thank you for this recipe

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  8. Just made this, the only sub being maple syrup for the honey. It’s delicious and surprisingly light for having four bananas. Thanks for another winner! I appreciate the low level of additional sugars.5 stars

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      Awesome! Yeah, the extra banana helps add the sweetness so it’s a really low-sugar and lower-fat (for those who want/need it or are low on on-hand fats) option! Thank you for rating and reviewing! I appreciate it!
      – Diane

  9. This banana bread is amazing (probably the best gf banana bread I have ever baked), and the detailed recipe is perfection on your blog.5 stars

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