Bringing you all another delicious recipe with pears (the most underrated fall fruit). This Banana Pear Bread is Paleo, doesn't contain any added sugar and is extremely easy to make. It's a moist loaf of bread with a slightly sweet flavor and a great way to use overripe pears.
Banana bread is always a reader favorite. Of course, it's one of my favorites too! And what better way to create a fall inspired banana bread than to use pears?!
This is the BEST banana pear bread. Seriously. It is moist, soft and subtly sweet. Furthermore, this loaf is Paleo friendly, doesn't contain any added sugar and the batter can be thrown together in just 10 minutes. Probably less if you're a fast worker 😉
How to Make Banana Pear Bread
This bread is made in a food processor or high powered blender. All you have to do is combine all the ingredients in your food processor. Blend until the batter is well mixed and then bake in the oven. This pear bread takes around 55 minutes to bake, but it's worth every second!
Banana Pear Bread Toppings
This loaf can be eaten on it's own, or topped with anything from homemade coconut butter to sunflower seed butter. Although this bread isn't overly sweet, it is still a sweet bread. So, the best toppings would be nut or seed butters, coconut butter, honey, maple syrup, dairy free yogurt, ect.
Easy to make Paleo Banana Pear Bread. Dairy free, grain free and only sweetened with banana and pear.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Peel banana, chop and place in food processor. Wash pear, remove core and chop. Add to food processor and blend.
- Add remaining ingredients to food processor and blend until mixture is a smooth, consistent texture.
- Pour batter into lined 8" x 4" loaf pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 55 minutes.
- Remove from pan and cool on cooling rack to room temperature.
- Store in fridge up to one week.
Keywords: pear, no added sugar, snack, bread, Paleo, fall baking