There are few things more delicious to me than banana bread. My mom would make it growing up and store it in the fridge, and I would love coming home from school and slicing a piece for a snack. I recently did a no sugar, no white flour, no processed sweeteners bet for a month with my father-in-law (and it was SO HARD) so I had to be creative when it came to my treats. He allowed me to have honey as a sweetener and can I just say that I have never had more honey in my whole life than I did last month? I didn’t even know I liked honey that much but when that’s the only sweetener you can eat…well, lets just say I was tempted to pour myself shots of honey 🙂
Anyway, I will say that doing the challenge for a month opened my eyes to healthier alternatives for some of my favorite foods, and I absolutely loved this recipe! It makes two loaves so I froze one to enjoy later. Just put it in a Ziploc bag and store it in your freezer until you’re ready to eat it, up to 3 months. I like this because you only have to make the recipe once and you get the reward for a long time!