Here is the recipe for a much lighter banana bread than usual!

Here is the recipe for a much lighter banana bread than usual!
Here is the recipe for a much lighter banana bread than usual!

An Anglo-Saxon specialty, banana bread is a dessert that we eat at any time of the day. Discover its light version to enjoy without impacting your health.

When you suffer from diabetes, want to stay in shape or lose a little weight, and need to limit your sugar consumption, this can sometimes be difficult. However, that’s without counting on the low GI desserts!

Known for offering Parisians and tourists numerous low-sugar desserts, the Oh oui! has revisited our favorite pastries in a low glycemic index version. In their cookbook Sugar, minimal, ultimate pleasure, 40 pastries to indulge without feeling guilty, creators Fanny Barbe and Delphine Cousseau shared the recipe for banana bread, this delicious soft banana cake. Here’s how to reproduce it at home!

The list of ingredients for low GI banana bread

To make this recipe for 6 to 8 people, you will need:

  • 3 not too ripe bananas + 1 for decoration
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 100 ml of milk
  • 30 ml of water
  • 85 g of T150 flour
  • 40 g of wheat bran
  • 70 g of hazelnut or almond powder
  • ½ packet of baking powder
  • 50 g of agave syrup
  • 80g butter
  • 100 g of dark chocolate (70% minimum)

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Steps for preparing light banana cake

Start by preheating your oven to 170°C. Then, in a salad bowl, mash the 3 bananas using a fork. Add the whole eggs, milk and water and mix well. Incorporate the flour, wheat bran, almond or hazelnut powder and half a sachet of yeast. Mix well to obtain a homogeneous and smooth texture then add the agave syrup and melted butter.

Break the chocolate into chips and add them to the previous preparation. Transfer to a previously buttered cake mold then decorate the top with a few slices of banana. All you have to do is bake the cake for around 45 minutes to 1 hour at 160°C, and enjoy your meal!

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Passionate about cooking and travel, I write articles and create recipes for Marmiton. My specialty: Homemade lasagna My favorite dessert: My chocolate fondant…

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