Gluten Free Cranberry Banana Bread is a seasonal twist on classic banana bread. It’s flavored with dried cranberries and walnuts for a simple loaf that’s quick and easy to make.
This Gluten Free Cranberry Banana Bread is the first new gluten free quick bread recipe I’ve made since publishing The Gluten-Free Quick Breads Cookbook back in April.
Not the first quick bread I’ve made, just the first NEW recipe.
But in all honesty, I’ve probably only baked a handful of quick breads since finishing the book! My family needed a break from quick breads because I made well over 500 loaves during the testing stages and then for the pictures.
That’s a lot of bread!
The Gluten Free Cranberry Banana Bread I’m sharing today is based off of my popular (and crazy delicious) gluten free banana bread recipe.
If you find that you’re one of those people who can never get enough banana bread, make sure you grab a copy of my cookbook.
There’s an entire chapter dedicated to all different kinds of banana bread. There are so many tasty breads just waiting for you to bake them!
This quick bread makes a great holiday bread thanks to the seasonal addition of cranberries. Breakfasts, brunches, and holiday buffets won’t be complete without a loaf of this cranberry bread! Tis the season to cranberry ALL THE THINGS.
I used dried cranberries in this recipe instead of fresh cranberries, which technically means you can make it any time of the year.
You can, of course, use fresh cranberries instead.
You’ll just want to give them a rough chop before adding them to the batter and you’ll want to fold them into the batter instead of mixing them into the dry ingredients like I do with the dried cranberries.
If walnuts aren’t your thing or you have a nut allergy, you can always skip the nuts. You can even use pecans instead of walnuts.
I just used walnuts because they’re cheaper, ha!
This quick bread can also be made dairy free, just use unsweetened coconut milk in place of the regular milk.
You can also use Walnut Milk, which I used in my cookbook. It gives the bread a nuttier taste and it’s a really, really good flavor booster.
I highly recommend giving it a try! Enjoy!
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