Tigernut Flour Banana Bread

Nothing beats the smell of banana bread fresh out of the oven... mmmmmm. Has anyone cooked with Tiger Flour? It's prebiotic, gluten free, high in vitamins and fibre. It's made from tigernuts - a small root vegetable. Dairy free, gluten free, nut free (so lunch box friendly) . They are full of probiotics that act as friendly bacteria in your intestine. #gamechanger #tigerflour #bananabread #recipe #fresh #nofilter #baking #glutenfree #vegan #plantbased #guthealth #prebiotic #trysomethingnew #nutfree #lunchbox #schoollunch #motherhood
Nothing beats the smell of banana bread fresh out of the oven… mmmmmm.
Has anyone cooked with Tigernut Flour? It’s prebiotic, gluten free, high in vitamins and fibre. It’s made from tigernuts – a small root vegetable. Dairy free, gluten free, nut free (so lunch box friendly) . Tigernuts are full of probiotics that act as friendly bacteria in your intestine.
You can purchase tigernut flour from Scoop Wholefoods shops, or I purchased a packet online from Australian based company @terrafirmafoods and it was deliver to my door 🙌🏼
I reworked the recipe on the Thermomix recipe chip #Thermomix – I made it vegan, substituting butter for #nuttelex and buttermilk for #soymilk and #chia seeds mixed with water mix for #egg. I also halved the sugar amount and changed the flour types.
My ingredient list:
130g Nuttelex
350g ripe bananas (approx 4)
75g sugar (I used coconut sugar)
2 teaspoons of chia seeds in 2 tablespoons of water (mix together and let stand for about 5 mins before adding to mixture)
70g Tigernut flour
70g Coconut flour
70g Wholemeal flour (or substitute for a gluten free flour if preferred)
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 pinch salt (optional – I normally don’t like to add salt, but it’s up to you)
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
100g soy milk
2 teaspoon natural vanilla bean paste
Mix all ingredients together. If you are fussy, you can mix the first 4 ingredients in the list first; then add the flour and baking powder and mix; then add everything else and mix again.
Bake at 180 degrees for about 50 minutes or until skewer inserted in middle comes out clean.
It was moist and exotic in flavour. Only half made it to the lunchboxes because the other half was eaten straight away!

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