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Here’re 7 resistant starch recipes using potato, rice, plantains and banana flour.
1. Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter Sauce – Simple Roots Wellness
Who doesn’t love Gnocchi and this Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter Sauce is full of delicious flavour and texture. Paired with mushrooms, spinach, brown butter and sage this is the ultimate comfort food.
2. Gingerbread Waffles – Purely Twins
Light and fluffy waffles made with plantains. If you love gingerbread, you will love these grain free plantain waffles.
3. Sweet Potato Flatbreads – Empowered Sustenance
Use these Sweet Potato Flatbreads as tortillas, flatbreads, sandwiches or wraps. Grain free with the bonus of coconut flour.
4. Plantain Tortillas (AIP, Paleo, Vegan, Gluten Free, Grain Free) – Fresh Start
These plantain tortillas are great as a savoury bread, stuffed with slow-cooked beef or chicken but equally as good as a sweet treat. Leave out the garlic and top with berries and cream!
5. Spiralized Plantain Rice – Insprialized
Whoever thought you could spiralize a banana – but you can. At least green ones! And it makes great rice! High in starch but low in sugar. This Plantain Rice recipe is truly gut-loving!
6. Resistant Starch Rice and Red Cabbage Salad – Biohackers Recipes
Want to know how to prepare rice for maximum resistant starch? This Resistant Starch Rice recipe will show you how. Add in grass fed butter (naturally contains butyrate) and you’ll be feeding those friendly bugs healthy food in no time.
7. Banana Flour and Raspberry Muffins – Paleo Hacks
Banana flour is a versatile flour that makes a great gluten free flour alternative. It combines well with other flours such as rice, potato starch, tapioca, buckwheat, coconut flour or almond meal. Find these Banana Flour and Raspberry Muffins Recipe at Paleo Hacks.
Caution: People with a gut impairment may need to try small amounts of Banana flour when first using. You can alter most recipes by using other gluten-free flours and adding in 1 tablespoon of banana flour. You can then increase the banana flour if well tolerated. Read about Resistant Starch and the gut.
Do you have any favourite Resistant Starch recipes? Will you try any of these?