What is Gravitybread? That is what most people asked me each time I told them my email. To be honest, I was a bit embarrassed by it because the website my husband and I originally created was a bit amateur, you might say. Which is what motivated me to be proud of Gravitybread, change the website and use it as a way to display my favorite recipes, share advice and discuss how well you can incorporate language into mealtime with your children.
Anyway, to get back to what Gravitybread is. Gravitybread is a quick bread that I created when I first met my husband and started to really enjoy baking. I also love bananas. My husband likes anything to do with gravity (especially going very fast, specifically mountain biking and skiing) and I like bread. There you have it! We thought that was a good name for the website and wanted to create an actual bread to go with the website.
I began playing around with an applesauce quick bread with some yummy additions. After many trials, the bread recipe that I came up with was healthy, delicious and satisfying. I will modify this recipe here and there, especially for my son who cannot have nuts. Below is the original recipe, feel free to modify it as needed.
The bread is excellent when it comes out of the oven but even better a day later!
Recipe for Gravitybread
1 cup of whole wheat flour
1 cup of white flour
2 teaspoons of baking soda
1/4 teaspoon of salt
3-4 nicely ripe bananas
1/2 cup of applesauce (I like either sweetened or unsweetened and you can modify the sugar based on what you use)
1 cup of brown sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
2 tablespoons of peanut butter
1/2 cup of raisins
1/2 cup of chocolate chips
1. Mix applesauce and brown sugar.
2. Mix and whisk all dry ingredients in a bowl.
3. Add the flour to the sugar mixture.
4. Add remaining ingredients (except chips and raisins)
5. Fold in raisins and chips.
6. Bake at 350 for about 60-65 minutes or until done.