Low carb flour blend (rice, lupin coconut), erythritol, kibbled sunflower, almond meal, chicory root fibre, baking powder, cinnamon, vanilla bean powder, natural flavour, stevia leaf extract.
CONTAINS LUPIN AND TREE NUTSMay contain milk, egg and sesame.
Made with love in Sydney, Australia
To make a loaf of Low Carb Banana Bread, you’ll need:
Contents of this pack
2 large eggs
125ml (1/2 cup) milk of choice
125g butter, melted
2 large (200g) ripe bananas, mashed
PRO TIP – Like other banana bread recipes, you’ll get the best tasting loaf by using overripe bananas – brown and spotty are ideal!
PREPARE – Preheat a fan-forced oven to 160°C and line a small loaf tin with baking paper, or use a silicone loaf tin.
MIX – Empty contents of this pack into a large bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk together milk, eggs, & butter, then add the mashed banana. Pour the wet banana mix into the dry mix and gently fold until just combined. Spoon the batter into the lined loaf tin. Use a spatula to ensure no mixture is wasted. Evenly spread out the mixture. Decorate with additional banana if desired.
BAKE – Place in preheated oven and bake for 55-60 minutes. Test with a skewer. After baking, remove from tin and place on cooling rack for approx. 1 hour.
SLICE & ENJOY – For best results, wrap in a tea towel & refrigerate overnight before slicing (with a sharp serrated bread knife). Enjoy warmed with butter.
STORAGE – Banana bread must be stored in the fridge (1-4°C) for up to 5 days, or freezer (-18°C) for up to 3 months.
Is low carb banana bread a good snack option for Diabetics?
There’s no added sugar, naturally sweetened and are low in carbs, making them the ideal diabetic snack. These products are also the perfect option for anyone who is trying to limit or reduce their sugar or carbs, or for those managing their blood sugars.
How do you make keto banana bread?
A keto diet is usually 20-30g carbs or less, but this does depend on the individual. Getting into nutritional ketosis can vary from person to person, and some people can tolerate more carbs than others, plus it depends on what your goals are, as well as your current weight & activity level.
Traditional banana bread is definitely not suitable for keto, as it’s made with white flour, sugar, and bananas. Our Protein Banana Bread could easily fit into a keto way of eating with only 6.9g carbs per serve so we would suggest this product. It may not be an everyday choice to those who follow 30g or less carbs per day, however, could still be factored in as a treat or as mini low carb banana bread muffins.
Banana bread on a low carb diet is impossible, right?
Traditionally, yes it WAS impossible, but NOT ANYMORE! - We’ve created a few low carb banana bread mixes that allow you to pick how low you want your carbs to be in your banana bread.
Our Protein Banana Bread has just under 7g carbs per serve while our low carb banana bread has just under 12g. You could easily fit either of these into your low carb eating plan.
Our low carb banana bread mixes are packed with natural, low carb ingredients that have been perfectly blended so you don’t have to spend time measuring out each ingredient. We’ve done the hard work for you so you can simply mix - pour - bake!
Can I use green bananas in low carb banana bread?
Nope, unfortunately not! The BEST bananas for baking low carb banana bread are brown, spotty overripe bananas. This is where you are getting the majority of your sweetness from. These will also create a beautiful moist low carb banana bread along with the additional wet ingredients.
Do you weigh bananas with their skin on?
When it comes to measuring bananas for your low carb banana bread, you measure the edible portion only, so undress those bananas
Why is almond meal used in low carb banana bread?
Almond flour and meal, both have approximately 90% less carbs than traditional wheat or gluten-free flours and half the carbs of coconut flour, making them perfect for low carb, keto and gluten-free baking.
Why is lupin used in low carb banana bread?
It’s a really rich source of natural plant protein and dietary fibre, which helps to keep you fuller for longer, plus it’s a great source of prebiotic fibre for a healthy gut. It’s also gluten-free and has only 4 grams of digestible carbs per 100g (!) which makes it very low GI and low carb. We use lupin as a key ingredient in all our products – so if you’ve been eating our pancakes, muffins, bread, pizza bases, cookies, carrot cake and banana bread, you’ve already had a taste of lupin.
Can I use egg replacer to make low carb banana bread?
Yes, you sure can! If you are unable to or choose not to eat eggs, you can substitute the eggs for our vegan egg replacer in your low carb banana bread loaf.
Can I make muffins out of the low carb banana bread mix?
Had your fill of Banana Bread for now? Why not make Banana Muffins instead. Built in portion control and a shorter bake time - winning! Follow the instructions per pack, but instead of a loaf tin, portion out the banana bread batter into a lined muffin tin & bake for 25-30 mins.
What other variations of low carb banana bread can I make?
What other flavours go well with bananas??
Pecan or Walnut - simply add 1/2 cup chopped nuts to the batter before baking.
Berries - Add 1 cup of your favourite berry mix to the batter. If using frozen, no need to thaw out, just add them straight to the batter and fold through gently.
Choc Chips - Last, but not least sugar free choc chips - Banana + Choc are the ultimate flavour power couple and will make the most perfect low carb banana bread!
View Our Low Carb Range
Very yummy and healthy
Great way to use up leftover bananas in a healthy and yummy way.
Low Carb Banana Bread Mix.
Always delicious with natural wholesome ingredients.
We enjoy the product. For work snacks. 5 stars
Made it for the family. They liked it very much,
PBCo. Low Carb Baking
Thanks for sharing Janise - Banana Bread is always a winner!
Yay for banana bread!
My son loves this banana bread, especially when I add the sugar free choc chips!!
PBCo. Low Carb Baking
Banana Choc Chip Banana Bread is the best, we agree! :) Very happy to hear this. Thanks for your review, Paris! Jo