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  2. No butter or sugar in this one 😄

    Makes around 18 servings Nutrition per serving: Calories: 108, Carbs: 14g, Protein: 3.7g, Fat: 4.3g,

    Ingredients: 3 Bananas, 110g Greek Yoghurt, 2 Eggs, 1 tsp Vanilla Extract, 200g Flour, 100g Almond Flour, 200g Erythritol, 1 tsp Baking Soda, ½ tsp Salt, ½ tsp Cinnamon, 50g Raspberry, 50g Blueberry

    ⭐️ Add cut banana pieces to a bowl and use an electric mixer to mash them

    ⭐️ Add Greek yoghurt, eggs and vanilla extract and whisk together

    ⭐️ In another bowl add flour, almond flour, erythritol, baking soda, salt and cinnamon and mix together

    ⭐️ Add the wet ingredients to the dry and fold together with a spatula

    ⭐️ Add the berries and fold together

    ⭐️Spray a pan with non-stick spray

    ⭐️Pour in the mix and spread out evenly

    ⭐️ Bake in the oven on 180°C |355°F for 45 min

    ⭐️ Wait until it’s completely cooled off and cut into pieces

    ⭐️ Enjoy!

    ❗️Be aware that the results and nutrition can vary due to different ingredients and brands.

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