Sunday, October 7, 2018

Banana blueberry bread...


This is a very moist loaf but very nice and not to bad for the waistline!
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Weight Watchers Banana blueberry bread
Preheat oven to 170C fanforced.
Line and spray loaf tin
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1 cup banana, mashed (2 bananas)
125g blueberries
1/2 cup caster sugar
2 eggs, beaten
1/4 cup olive oil - I used a bit less
1/4 cup skim milk
3/4 cup wholemeal SR flour
1/3 cup white SR flour
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Combine banana, berries, sugar, egg, oil and milk in a large bowl.  Add flours (you can sift but I don’t) and mix to a smooth batter.
Transfer to the loaf tin . Bake for 1 hour, turning around at half way point.
Stand bread in tin, before turning out to cool. Can be cut into 12 pieces, wrapped and frozen for later or enjoy warm.
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*please note - the picture shows white plain flour - Yep, I made a booboo and should have used SR flour - but it really didn’t affect the loaf...
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I’m back from our wonderful month away overseas...Scotland and Greece! I’ll try and get some pictures up soon!
Cheers - Joolz xx

7 comments:

  1. Looks yummy, Joolz. I was wondering why you weren't blogging. I didn't realise you were overseas. I would love to visit Scotland as my mum was born there.

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  2. I do love banana bread, I wonder how many syns would be in a slice for a slimming world diet, hmmm. Glad you’re home safe and sound xx

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    1. I'm not sure how your 'syn' points work for slimming world. It is a Weight Watchers recipe and you could even cut the sugar back to 1/4 of a cup as the fruit makes it sweet enough.

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  3. Welcome back Joolz, glad to hear of your safe return. This cake looks delicious.

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  4. Welcome home! That looks delicious! I made a crumble cake today, with a layer of cinnamon-y crumble near the top and then a drizzle of lemon icing. Meg:)

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  5. ohhh that looks scrumptious!
    i'm baulking at baking lately as things tend to burn or they're inedible! have turned into an Ellie-May (The Hillbillies) of cooking!
    i use spelt flour in baking now as regular flour leaves me very uncomfortable.
    thanx for sharing

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