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Active Monday 21 - Cardio HIIT Workout & Low Carb Carrot -Banana Bread

Active Monday 21 - Cardio HIIT Workout & Low Carb Carrot -Banana Bread

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Hello to everyone. We came to the last week of May. For the 21st Active Monday week, I would like to add a delicious low carb carrot banana bread recipe and HIIT cardio exercise video. I wish you a happy and healthy week.

LOW CARB BANANA CARROT BREAD WITH WHITE CHOCOLATE


The low carb banana bread hype is endless and I understand exactly why. It's just so incredibly tasty and one of the simplest recipes out there. So that it doesn't get boring, I continuously create new versions of the classic banana bread. Today I would like to introduce you to my absolute favourite so far: The low carb banana carrot bread with white chocolate. As with the carrot cake, you don't taste the carrots here, they only make this healthy dessert even healthier and juicier...

Low carb banana carrot bread with white chocolate
Low carb banana carrot bread


This banana bread variant is refined with carrots and white chocolate. The important point is that the bread is low carb (i.e. sugar-free and gluten-free), super easy and quick to prepare. I hope you like it as much as I do.

White chocolate without sugar

It is very important with this recipe that you do not use "normal" white chocolate. This has nothing to do with chocolate anymore because it consists mostly of sugar. If you want to bake this low carb banana carrot bread afterwards, you should get white chocolate without sugar that has been sweetened with a natural sugar substitute such as erythritol, stevia and/or birch sugar. 

Ingredients for carrot banana bread

2 ripe bananas
150g carrots, grated
150g butter
3 eggs (M)
50g erythritol
1 tsp liquid stevia
60g grated hazelnuts
60g hazelnuts, roughly chopped
70g whole grain oatmeal, gluten-free
30g flax flour
1 tsp cinnamon
½ tsp allspice, ground
½ tsp cloves, ground
1 teaspoon Baking powder
2 tsp psyllium husk, ground
100g white chocolate drops, sugar-free
For topping:

1 banana
1 tbsp coconut blossom sugar

PREPARATION

Preheat the oven to 200 ° C bottom and top heat and melt the butter in it. Wash the carrots and finely grate them together (or chop them in a food processor).
Peel the bananas roughly chopped into a bowl. Use a hand blender to make a porridge. Add the eggs, erythritol and stevia and continue pureeing. Then gradually add the liquid butter as you continue to puree. Then you can remove the blender and continue working with a spoon or spatula.
Put the carrots, ground and chopped hazelnuts (you can also use other nuts or almonds), whole grain oatmeal, golden flour, baking powder and all the spices of your choice in the bowl and mix well.
Fold in the ground psyllium husk vigorously for the necessary binding. Finally, fold in the white chocolate drops. It is very important that you use white chocolate without sugar.
Grease a box mould and sprinkle it with grated nuts. Fill in the dough and halve another banana lengthways. Place the cut surface on the dough and press it down lightly. Sprinkle the surface with a little coconut blossom sugar.
Bake the low carb banana carrot bread at 200 ° C for 45 minutes. Then reduce the heat to 180 ° C and bake for another 30 minutes. If the surface gets too dark, you can cover it with baking paper. 
Be sure to let the low carb banana carrot bread cool completely before you throw it out of the crate. It is best to store it in an organic beeswax cloth (no need in the refrigerator). You can of course also freeze some of them (please not in the beeswax cloth)



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  1. Hello, te. Thank you for the banana carrot bread variant recipe that you shared. I want to make it too. Regards

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    1. Glad to know that. I hope you enjoy it:)

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  2. Wow, that banana bread sounds fantastic! I definitely want to give that a try. Thank you!

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    1. I love banana and it tastes very good as bread too :)

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  3. Oh so nice recipe darling
    xx

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