Purely NuttZo Bread (GF)

Purely NuttZo Bread (GF)

Purely NuttZo Bread Alright, alright.  I had to dive back into the NuttZo Test Kitchen (NTK) to checkout the “Purely NuttZo Bread” by Running On Om and it seemed fitting since Julia and I had a scheduled podcast interview this afternoon.  This recipe caught my attention because one of the main ingredients was from a close friend of mine– purely elizabeth.  This recipe is basically an Organic GF Banana Oat Bread… the NuttZo PF Smooth is added for the ‘oil’ that keeps it all yummy and moist, but it is not overpowering! It really tastes like banana bread!  I kept the recipe pretty much the same except no apple sauce and for some reason i needed a lot more baking time.  1 hour.  Topped my slice of PNB with Mangos and more NuttZo PF Crunchy of course!  YUM! #NuttZoRecipe #2ThumbsUP #ItsWhatsForBreakfast

Ingredients:
2.5 cup Purely Elizabeth’s Apple Cinnamon Pecan Oatmeal (I used the PE Cranberry Pumpkin Seed Oatmeal)
1/2 cup Nuttzo (Power FUEL * Smooth with Chia)
3 bananas, mashed
1 1/2 cup almond milk
1/2 cup apple sauce (I did not add this)
2 tablespoons baking powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1T chia seeds
1T hemp seeds
Dash of cinnamon
Recipe:
Mash three bananas and place aside.
Mix Oatmeal in food processor until it becomes a flour. Add the remaining dry ingredients (baking powder, chia seeds, hemp seeds, and cinnamon) and mix in food processor.
Add the wet ingredients (bananas, Nuttzo, almond milk, apple sauce, and vanilla extract) to the food processor and mix everything.
Bake in a loaf pan at 350 °C for 35-40 minutes. (My loaf needed 60 minutes) Remove from pan, let cool, and then enjoy! 
Recipe:
Mash three bananas and place aside.
Mix Oatmeal in food processor until it becomes a flour. Add the remaining dry ingredients (baking powder, chia seeds, hemp seeds, and cinnamon) and mix in food processor.
Add the wet ingredients (bananas, Nuttzo, almond milk, apple sauce, and vanilla extract) to the food processor and mix everything.
Bake in a loaf pan at 350 °C for 35-40 minutes. (My loaf needed 60 minutes)
Remove from pan, let cool, and then enjoy! 
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