Paleo Banana Apple Carrot Bread

Posted by | March 12, 2013 | Food, Recipes | 5 Comments

This was hands down the best bread I have ever made and it’s completely wheat free! I started making bread every week on Sundays based on a muffin recipe I came across. It’s been tweaked every week until I hit perfection today! It is moist, fluffy, and sweet. An incredible snack to have on hand for the week and nibble enough to keep your paleo rules intact.


  • 1/2 cup coconut flour
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/3 cup agave nectar
  • 1/3 cup olive oil
  • 1/3 cup crushed cashews
  • 2 bananas finely chopped
  • 1/2 apple finely chopped
  • 1/2 cup carrot shreds
  • 1 tbsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp Pampered Chef Cinnamon Plus Spice Blend
  • Handful of raisins

*coconut oil for greasing pan Instructions


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • Mix all together in food processor on stir / low or beat with hand mixer. Basically just get it all in there and squished.
  • Grease a glass pan with coconut oil and pour in.
  • Bake 30-35 min.

Paleo banana bread ingredients

Try it warm, it’s freaking amazing 😉 Huge shout out to my girl Becky who sent me the spice for free to try and it was the PERFECT missing ingredient to this recipe 😀 THANK YOU!!!



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  • Jana says:

    Can we find coconut flour at a grocery store like Ralphs?

    • Ambers-Fitness says:

      Huh I’m not sure, it’s WAY cheaper on Amazon than at Sprouts or Whole Foods, I know that for sure!

      • Vandez says:

        Dairy is a grey area and it depends who you foollw in the paleo community. I don’t have it or use it often but am not 100% strict with cutting it out. If you google paleo and dairy you will find many arguments for and against. I think it’s important to decide where you stand with it and more importantly if you can tolerate any form of dairy. I know I don’t tolerate it well so keep it to a minimum. Parmesan is low lactose and so I tend to be fine with small amounts.

    • Frank says:

      Thanks for the recipe. I love pizza, and since I have been eanitg low carb/primal it’s a big sacrifice to give up pizza because of the dough/crust. Thank you for giving me an alternative, which I can make without having to use those artificial gluten free pizza crusts, which are too high in carbohydrates for my diet.

      • Knigth says:

        My husband (a CrossFit coach up here in Bellingham, WA) just sowhed me your site, and so far, I love it! We’re expecting our first baby in a couple of months, and I’ve definitely been thinking about how we can raise him or her on a Paleo diet. Unfortunately, I haven’t been strictly Paleo for this pregnancy, even though I know better, and it’s definitely caught up with me. (I’ve been feeling pretty gross for the past few weeks, and realized that I need to get back on the straight and narrow NOW.)I just listened to both podcasts, and I look forward to hearing (and reading) more!

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