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Whole Grain All Fruit Banana Date Bread

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I was so pleased with how this bread turned out, it is wonderful! Flavorful, moist and being made with whole grains and all fruit, it is perfect as a quick meal for those times when you are "on the go".

Fruit sweetened whole grain quick bread.
Whole Grain All Fruit Sweetened Banana Date Bread

A slice of bread is often times much easier (cleaner maybe?) to eat than a muffin. Such as, on the way to somewhere, like work. Good for me or not, I eat my breakfast as I commute to work. A tidy slice of bread is much easier to eat than a fluffy muffin.

Plus a slice of this whole grain fruit bread would be perfect for those camping trips we enjoy. Or something I hope to start doing as soon as possible, pack a thermos of coffee, a light breakfast and take a lovely morning walk on the beach or by the bay.

Nutritional bonus, this bread has no refined sugar.
It is all fruit and whole grain.
Not too sweet, healthy and it tastes wonderful, what is not to like?

Healthy fruit only quick bread, ready to slice and eat.


Whole Grain All Fruit Banana Date Bread
by the seat of my pants
350-degree oven

2 c whole wheat flour - we use Spelt flour, pastry grind
1 t salt
1 t soda
1 t cinnamon - if desire

2 large or 3 smaller bananas
2 c whole pitted dates
1/3 c oil
2 eggs

1/3 c water
1 T vanilla

broken pieces of walnuts for the top of the loaf

In a large bowl, combine the flour, salt, soda, and cinnamon if using. Set aside.

Whole foods made into a quick bread.

In a food processor, combine the dates, bananas, eggs, and oil. Process until smooth, mixture will be thick. 

Pour the banana mixture  over the flour mixture, add water and vanilla. Fold ingredients together until no dry pockets remain, do not overmix.


Whole grain, fruit sweetened, golden brown walnuts on top quick bread.

Place in a 9X5 prepared loaf pan, scatter walnuts over the top. Bake 50-60 minutes or until done in your oven. Let cool in the pan 15 minutes, turn our to cool completely.

Waiting 24 hours improves the texture of all quick breads.

Wrap and store overnight (all quick bread improves with a 24-hour resting period), slice and serve.

Whole Grain Fruit Sweetened Quick Bread, tastes great and slices beautifully.

Enjoy!

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2 comments

  1. Oh my, I just love the combination of goodies in this awesome bread! Thanks so much for sharing with us today at Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen

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  2. Delicious, Thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning.

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