New Recipe: Fitness coach Luke Hines who worked with Angelina Jolie shares recipe for ‘best ever’ banana bread

Fitness coach who worked with Angelina Jolie shares his recipe for the ‘best ever’ banana bread – and it’s healthy AND delicious

  • A fitness coach who worked with Angelina Jolie shared his banana bread recipe
  • Luke Hines, from Sydney, said his dish is healthy and gluten-free and delicious 
  • Thousands who saw the recipe said they would definitely add it to their list
  • Luke has previously shared other recipes such as his choc peanut butter bars

A fitness coach who once worked with Angelina Jolie has shared his recipe for the ‘best ever’ banana bread.

Luke Hines, from Sydney, said his dish is healthy as well as delicious, and it is also gluten, dairy and nut-free meaning it can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of their dietary requirements. 

‘Introducing the BEST Banana Bread I’ve ever made,’ Luke posted on Instagram.

‘Golden brown caramelised and toasted on the outside with a warm, soft, light and fluffy centre.’

A fitness coach who once worked with Angelina Jolie has shared his recipe for the 'best ever' banana bread (Luke Hines pictured with the banana bread)

A fitness coach who once worked with Angelina Jolie has shared his recipe for the ‘best ever’ banana bread (Luke Hines pictured with the banana bread)

Luke Hines, from Sydney, said his dish (pictured) is healthy as well as delicious, and it is also gluten, dairy and nut-free meaning it can be enjoyed, regardless of their dietary requirements

Luke Hines, from Sydney, said his dish (pictured) is healthy as well as delicious, and it is also gluten, dairy and nut-free meaning it can be enjoyed, regardless of their dietary requirements

To make the banana bread, you’ll need overripe bananas, free-range eggs, coconut oil and maple syrup.

You’ll also need to get your hands on coconut flour, tapioca powder, baking powder and vanilla bean extract.

The recipe takes under an hour in total to make.

How to make the banana bread 

INGREDIENTS

Three large overripe bananas 

Luke shared his recipe (pictured) on Instagram

Luke shared his recipe (pictured) on Instagram

Three large free-range eggs

1/4 cup of coconut oil

1/4 cup of Lakanto maple-flavoured syrup

2/3 cup and one tablespoon of coconut flour

1/4 cup of tapioca or arrowroot flour 

One 1/2 teaspoons of gluten-free baking powder

One teaspoon of vanilla bean extract 

METHOD 

1. Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius and line a small loaf tin with baking paper.

2. In a large bowl, mash two of the bananas, add in the eggs and use a whisk to continue to mash and combine them well.

3. Add in the remaining ingredients and use a spoon to mix and incorporate well.

4. Pour the mixture into the prepared tin, flatten the top, and slice the third banana lengthways and place on top.

5. Transfer to the oven and bake for 35-45 minutes or until golden brown on the outside and cooked through.

6. Serve warm or cold. 

TIP: Halfway through cooking, spoon some extra maple and coconut oil on the top to make the bananas extra caramelised. 

Source: Luke Hines  

Thousands who saw the post from Luke (pictured) were impressed with it, and said they would definitely be trying the recipe in the coming weeks

Thousands who saw the post from Luke (pictured) were impressed with it, and said they would definitely be trying the recipe in the coming weeks

Thousands who saw the post were impressed with it, and said they would definitely be trying the recipe in the coming weeks.

‘Mate, that looks next level – I’m definitely going to try it,’ one person commented.

‘I’m putting this on my list to make at the weekend,’ another commenter added.

Previously, Luke, 37, shared a simple recipe for healthy low-carb chocolate peanut butter bars (pictured)

Previously, Luke, 37, shared a simple recipe for healthy low-carb chocolate peanut butter bars (pictured)

Previously, Luke, 37, shared a simple recipe for healthy low-carb chocolate peanut butter bars. 

In an Instagram post to his 95,500 followers, Luke revealed he makes the snack from supermarket ingredients including coconut oil, peanut butter, almond meal, cacao butter and salt. 

The Byron Bay nutritionist, who provided training and dietary advice on the set of Angelina’s blockbuster Unbroken while she was filming in Australia in 2013, says the bars have a ‘thick chocolate brownie base with a layer of oozy peanut caramel’. 




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