Banana Bread – Sugar Free & Gluten Free

Serve this protein packed banana bread as a tasty start to the day, or take a slice to work or school as a filling and healthy snack. Just as delicious as regular banana bread, but free from wheat and gluten, this is a great way to use our defatted almond flour. Use Sukrin Gold instead of brown sugar to lower the carbs by 70%, and lower the calories too.


1.5 cups Sukrin Almond Flour
4 eggs
1/4 cup melted butter
3/4 cup Sukrin Gold (or brown sugar)
3 ripe bananas, mashed
3/4 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
Walnuts, chopped chocolate, raisins (optional)


  • Preheat oven to 350 F.
  • Combine the ingredients. Fold in optional ingredients. Pour into a greased medium loaf pan.
  • Put loaf pan in oven and bake for 55 mins until a skewer inserted comes out clean. Allow to cool.


This recipe was adapted from

18 replies
  1. pernille
    pernille says:

    Thanks for your email. The Banana Bread has 8 servings (8 slices). The recipe was adapted from the British Sukrin website and unfortunately does not state the carb count. Sorry!

  2. Joi
    Joi says:

    When I click on the “purchase” button, it takes me to an error page. I am unable to place this item in my shopping cart.

    SANDRA HAWN says:

    Maybe you could research this recipe and find out what the carb count is, I for one would buy your products to make this if that info was available.

  4. Patti Rea
    Patti Rea says:

    I would also be interested in the Carb count for all your recipes. (Carb vs Net Carbs)
    Also would appreciate US measurement .

  5. Dianne
    Dianne says:

    Can I buy this in supermarkets out her in the U.S? I’m on holiday here from the UK XX

  6. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    I personally love the metric measurements as I find them much more accurate, especially when baking. For those wondering like myself, I plugged all the ingredients into a recipe calculator and came up with the following:

    1 loaf/8 slices

    Per Slice:
    320 cal
    24g fat
    13g carb (7g Net carbs)
    6g fiber
    13g protein

    Keep in mind, the bananas alone are high in fructose. This sounds like a nice treat to me!

  7. pernille
    pernille says:

    Thank you so much Michelle:-) We are planning to do a revision on all recipes and making sure that they have US and metric measurements as well as nutritional facts. You definitely helped getting the process started on a high interest item. Thanks!

  8. Kestl
    Kestl says:

    Can’t wait to try, I’ll have to convert from metric…anyone have a good ‘conversion chart’ ?

  9. kathy
    kathy says:

    wonder if I could use the torani lsugar free syrup banana flavor instead of the bananas this would keep the carb count super low. Anyone have any idea on whether it would make the mix too wet or how to go about making this substitution work???

  10. Irene Regalado
    Irene Regalado says:

    Love Sukrin products! Has made a big difference with my health. Thank you for sharing the recipes. Would like to know if you are planning to have larger bags of sugars, something like a 3 pound bag?

  11. Roberta Mantione
    Roberta Mantione says:

    This is the best low carb banana bread I’ve made so far! And Sukrin is the best alternative sugar! Many thanks!
    Trying this with Zucchini next.

  12. pernille
    pernille says:

    Thanks for your nice comment:-) Zucchini is a great idea – it’ll keep the bread moist and lower the carbs

  13. Carol
    Carol says:

    They were delicious! I made them into 13 muffins. I had 4 bananas so I added the extra one to the recipe. They were great.

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