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Steamed Whole Wheat Banana Bread

Steamed Whole Wheat Banana Bread

Rice Cooker Recipes

 

Here we are with another simple recipe made possible by your one and only rice cooker. This steamed cake is not only simple and tasty but also a healthier option to your average variety as it is made with wholemeal flour providing a lower GI than white flour. In addition, the use of coconut oil provides slightly lower amounts of saturated fats than butter. Why steamed? Simply gather the ingredients, blend them together, pour them into the rice cooker bowl and press the button. Super easy, super tasty without having to worry about burning the cake.Here we are with another simple recipe made possible by your one and only rice cooker. This steamed cake is not only simple and tasty but also a healthier option to your average variety as it is made with wholemeal flour providing a lower GI than white flour. In addition, the use of coconut oil provides slightly lower amounts of saturated fats than butter. Why steamed? Simply gather the ingredients, blend them together, pour them into the rice cooker bowl and press the button. Super easy, super tasty without having to worry about burning the cake.

Happy ‘rice cookering

Jess

 

Ingredients

 

• 150 grams

Whole wheat flour

• 1 1/2 tsp

Baking powder

• Dash

Salt

• 1 tsp

Cinnamon

• 1 tbsp

Brown sugar

•2

Bananas

• 2 tbsp

Yogurt

• 3 tbsp

Honey

• 2 tbsp

Coconut Oil

• 1 tsp

Almond extract

•1

Egg

• 1/4 cup

Oats

Method

 

  • Toss all your ingredients into a high speed blender or for processor and blend together until it forms a batter. (in a high speed blender it should literally take 5 seconds)
  • Thinly spray the rice cooker bowl ( all bowls are non-stick but just to play it safe)
  • Pour in the batter and be sure it sits level.
  • Sprinkle oats and brown sugar on top
  • Cook on any setting. If rice cooker stops itself before the cake has set, leave on warmuntil a toothpick runs clean.
  • Remove cake. (However unorthodox, I slid an index card around the cake to assist in the removal from the bowl) Turn the bowl over plate or cutting board and give a firm tap. The cake should pop right out.
  • Flip the cake onto the upside and sprinkle a bit more oats on top
  • Slice and enjoy! 

    Nutrition Facts

Total

Per Serving

Calories

1,099

137

Carbs

280

35

Fats

20

2.5

Saturated fats

13

1.6

Protein

19

2.4

 

 

Jessica Douglas
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