Fall flavor meets banana bread in this gluten free pumpkin banana bread. It’s the perfect way to use up old bananas and open cans of pumpkin.
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You guys, I did it. Last year I started with the pumpkin in September, which was uncharacteristically early for me. This year, I cracked open my first can of pumpkin in August. Yep, August. And I’m not sorry.
I made three recipes with the one can of pumpkin – this gluten free pumpkin banana bread, chocolate chip pumpkin muffins (which I’ll share with you soon), and some pumpkin spice coffees just for the fun of it.
I started working on this recipe last fall when I had some extra opened cans of pumpkin to use up after Thanksgiving. Since I always have over-ripe bananas (they’re seriously the bane of my existence), I thought I’d combine the two and make an easy breakfast bread.
Got overripe bananas but aren’t feeling the pumpkin yet? Try my double chocolate banana bread or gluten free banana oat muffins, you won’t regret it. If you’re ready for full-on pumpkin, my pumpkin chocolate chip bread or gluten free pumpkin muffins should hit the spot.
You could even my gluten free pumpkin bread – that one is new to the blog and it’s a crazy delicious classic loaf.
This gluten free pumpkin banana bread is so good. I love a good schmear of cream cheese on it. If cream cheese isn’t your thing, butter will do just fine. I’ve recently discovered lactose free cream cheese which we’re loving SO much more than the dairy free cream cheese.
Sometimes, it’s hard to really get a good non-dairy sub for something. While the dairy free cream cheese we usually use isn’t bad, it’s just not real cream cheese. Any way you eat it, it’s up to you. And it’s fantastic. Enjoy!
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Amount Per Serving:Calories: 150 Total Fat: 10g Carbohydrates: 13g Protein: 3g
Regular milk can be used in place of the coconut milk.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.