Banana flour breakfast tarts with fruit


Banana flour breakfast tarts with fruit. These gluten- and lactose free tarts are the perfect start of a Summery Day. The refreshing coconut yogurt gives a nice touch to them.
Banana flour is supposed to be the new almond flour, I do find it a bit expensive. But it is very nice flour to bake wit, the flavor is a bit nut-like and the flour is gluten free. That is probably also why you hear more and more about it.

The Summer has finally arrived and I see a lot of people making delicious fruit tarts. So I thought it was time to make my own. I had actually expected them to become tough and crunch, but they turned out to be soft and fluffy. And honestly I also liked that a lot and so I left it that way. They taste really good because the banana flour tastes a bit nut-like. For the topping I used lactose free coconut yogurt.

Lately I am enjoying coconut yogurt more than regular yogurt. I try to eat less gluten and lactose and I notice feeling better when I do. I do have to admit that I find it hard to don’t eat cheese in the morning though. But back to the tarts, I put a layer of coconut yogurt on top of them and fresh fruit. You can also pick cottage cheese or another kind of yogurt and of course you can also vary with the fruit.

A really refreshing breakfast recipe that you can create to your own liking.


Preparation time: 10 minutes
Baking time:            15 minutes
Amount:                     4 tarts
Special Products:

  • Tart Molds (12 cm diameter)
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Gluten free
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Lactose free
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Nut free
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No refined sugars added
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100% organic ingredients
Ingredients

  • 20 grams coconut oil
  • 100 grams banana flour
  • 5 grams baking soda
  • 1 egg
  • 50 milliliters plant based milk

Topping

  • 125 milliliters coconut yogurt
  • Fresh fruit of your choice

How to make it?

Preheat the oven on 180 degrees Celsius (356 Fahrenheit). Put the coconut oil in a small pan and melt on low heat fire.

Put the banana flour in a mixing bowl together with the baking soda, egg and plant based milk.

When the coconut oil has melted you can add it also. Mix properly into a nice dough.

Divide the dough over the forms. Make the top smooth, if you don’t do that it will be difficult to cover them properly. Bake the tarts in 15 minutes done. Pay attention that the baking time may differ per oven.

Let the tarts cool down and cover with the coconut yogurt. After that you can cover them with the fruit of your choice. I picked strawberries, blackberries and pine berries.

You can now enjoy this lovely healthy and organic breakfast.
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