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according to my information oats are not gluten free and therefore should not appear in gluten free bread, also high in fructose from the bananas which may well cause blood sugar to rise in a diabetic

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berylkb March 08, 2010

I was really pleased with this recipe, and it was one of the few I could find that did not have wheat flour in it. I did tweak it a little to make it just right for the husband, who always claimed not to like banana bread (before this one.) After a few trial runs, I used 2 eggs and added an extra 1/2 tsp baking powder to give it a little more lift. Also exchanged the applesauce for coconut oil, but that's only because I don't often have applesauce on hand. (I bet it's delicious with the applesauce flavor.) The cook time went a little longer for me, but my oven is cantankerous. Thanks, Pebbles, we really like it!

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ElizV. May 05, 2009

I used 2 banana, 1 container banana apple baby food.1/3 cup wheylow and1/2 cup splenda and a 1/4 tsp stevia.Didnt have egg white so used 2 eggs.Still very low in sugar and fat. Delish, will be my banana bread recipe.

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foodie2 March 26, 2009
Sugar Free, Gluten Free, Low Fat Peanut Butter Banana Bread