Hello pancake lovers! I’ve never really understood all this clean pancake business. I see them all over the internet but I just couldn’t get my head around how a healthy pancake would hold it’s shape, let alone taste good. With this is mind I agreed to give it a go just to see if I could be proved wrong, so after deciding on ingredients that I thought could work I cooked up a batch. The outcome…… they were bloody delicious, I have been seriously mistaken! All you need is eggs, a banana and a sprinkle of baking powder. Fell free to add any extras, see the ingredients below for a few ideas. Happy Pancake Flipping.
Oooooh look at that pancake stack!
Ingredients (makes 7-8 small pancakes)
2 medium eggs
1 large ripe banana
1/8 tsp baking powder (to fluff your pancakes up)
ground cinnamon to taste
1. Mash your banana in a bowl. Mix in the eggs, cinnamon and any extras until you have a thick batter (I added cinnamon, milled flax seed and goji berries to mine). If your batter is too lumpy then use a blender to make it smoother.
2. Heat up a small frying pan that has been sprayed with spray oil then add 2-3 tablespoons of batter to the pan. Cook for 3 minutes on one side, flip it over and cook for a further 1-2 minutes then transfer it to a plate.
3. Repeat this process until you have used up all of your batter, stacking your pancakes as you go. Add any toppings to your pancake stack and enjoy.