Paleo Banana Bake

paleo baked banana


4 ripe banana’s

4 free range eggs

½ cup coconut flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

2 teaspoons cinnamon

What to do

Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius

Mash banana’s

Whisk eggs and mix well into fruit

Sift dry ingredients into wet mixture and stir well

Line or grease desired baking tin, spread mixture evenly inside

Bake for 20 – 30 minutes until a skewer comes out clean and it’s golden brown

Note: This recipe is so very versatile. You can add other fruits, nuts, coconut, cacao etc.

Be as experimental and creative as you like with it.

You can bake as muffins, a loaf, or a cake. If you choose to bake as muffins, it will

cook faster so cut down your baking time.

If you wish to up the goodness a little you can add ½ cup almond meal and ¼ cup

coconut oil to the mixture.

A favourite at The Goodness Kitchen is this base recipe topped with blueberries and

walnuts and baked as a cake. Delicious!

As I explained, this recipe also makes a great savoury option by swapping out the

banana for 2 cups grated pumpkin or carrot and ¼ cup coconut oil. Omit the

cinnamon and add salt, pepper and any other herb/spice you wish.


(Nearly) Raw Rainbow Pad Thai


1 packet of Kelp noodles*

4 large carrots

3 zucchinis

Handful of kale/cavalo nero

1 cup of tamari roasted seeds/nuts

1 bunch of fresh coriander (mint, vietnamese mint, parsley can be added also)


½ cup tamari

1 can of coconut cream

½ cup of tahini

½ cup of cashews

Juice of 2 lemons or ¼ cup apple cider vinegar

What to do

Grate carrots

Slice Zucchini’s into thin strips (using peeler) or use spiralizer

Rinse kelp noodles and cut into small strips

Thinly slice kale/cavalo nero and herbs

Add all ingredients together and top with dressing

For the Dressing

Place all dressing ingredients into blender and whizz! If you don’t have a

blender, you can whisk ingredients together in a bowl and just chop the


*Kelp is a sea vegetable

Note: This dressing recipe makes enough to store about half in the fridge for another

meal and will keep for a week or so. If you only want to make enough for this dish, use

half the amounts in above recipe.


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paleo pumpkin bake