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Delicious Prebiotic Bread - Psyllium Husk, Green Banana and Tapioca Flour - Feeding our Good Gut Bac

Psyllium Husk, Green Banana and Tapioca Flour Bread

Makes: 1 Loaf

Preparation Time: 15-20 minutes

Baking Time: 60 minutes

Total Time: 75-80 minutes


- 1 cup organic green banana flour

- ½ cup organic psyllium husk flour

- ½ cup of tapioca flour

- ½ organic green plantain, peeled and sliced ​​

- 4 organic pasture-raised eggs

- 1 cup of organic unsweetened coconut milk

- 3 tablespoons organic coconut fat

- 2 tablespoons organic coconut sugar

- ½ teaspoon sea salt

- 1 tablespoon cinnamon powder (optional)

- 1 tablespoon yeast


Step 1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Lightly grease a loaf pan with coconut fat and dust with tapioca flour, reserve

Step 2

In a large bowl add the banana flour, psyllium husk flour, tapioca and the yeast, reserve

Step 3

In a blender add coconut milk, coconut fat and coconut sugar, eggs, green plantain sliced, cinnamon and salt, pulse until the mixture is homogenous, 3-4 minutes

Step 4

Gradually pour the liquid mixture (third step) into the dry mixture (second step), frequently stirring with a large spoon

When a dough is formed, use your hands (use a little bit of coconut fat in the hands to not stick the dough on it), knead the dough well, 3-4 minutes

Shape into a loaf

Place in the greased loaf pan (first step)

Bake for 60 minutes or until golden brown

Step 5

Carefully remove from the oven and allow bread to cool before serving to *increase the health benefits of the fibers used in this recipe.

* the fibers used in this recipe (green banana and psyllium) are resistant starch, or a kind of food that resist to our normal digestion, and feed the bacteria that live in the colon of our intestine. As a result, we benefit our health with the bio product the bacteria produce (powerful short chain fatty acids 1) that play a role in the regulation of our metabolism, chronic inflammation and mainteinance of good health.

Are you taking a good care of your microbiota? Please, leave your comment below.

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