I was so excited to see a recipe for "Clean" Banana Bread in my new clean recipe books. Banana bread is a staple at our house--we have it at least once a week, and I have many different recipes that I rotate through. I got out the supplies and started following the recipe as it was written. The whole time I was making it, I kept thinking, "This can't be enough flour." I checked and re-checked what was written. I decided not to second guess the recipe and just go with it.
The banana bread turned out fine. If you like banana-flavored gelatinous sludge.
No, really. It tastes great. We are just having a few texture problems.
Then I stuck the rest of the loaf in the oven to try to bake it longer. That didn't seem to be working, either, so I sliced it up and tried baking it in individual pieces.
I think the dog is the only one interested.
I should have trusted my instinct. I won't give up on this recipe--it really does taste good, you would never know that there is no sugar. But it does make me wonder--did anyone test this recipe before they published it??
In completely unrelated news--look at Isaac fly over the hurdles at his last track meet! I don't know about his technique, but he looks good to me!