Brilliant Banana Bread

Dr. Angela Seabright
Alyssa Hadrych

| 1 min read

As a kid, I always looked forward to my aunt’s chocolate chip banana bread. This sweet treat soon became a favorite of mine, but I knew something that delicious could not be good for you. Over the past couple of years I have perfected my own banana bread recipe using healthy substitutes that won’t break a healthy diet.
This recipe is not only great for those who are diet-conscious, but also for parents who are looking for a healthier alternative for their kids. Parents, if you have trouble getting your kids to eat vegetables, this is a great way to sneak them into their diet. For those who are gluten-free, substitute the whole wheat flour with oat flour in the same measurement listed.
Photo Credit: via Flickr Neil Conway

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