Today’s post is a special guest post from Sarah Cantwell. She is kindly sharing this delicious Banana Pancake recipe with our readers today. Enjoy and bon appetit!
So I’m going to let you in on a family secret here…
We eat ALOT of these pancakes!
They taste soooo good, I even prefer them to normal pancakes now, AND they are good for you! I am so thankful I discovered this recipe, it has changed our breakfast eating habits forever. I’m going to share the recipe with you today, honestly, it’ll change your life!
1 x Banana
2 x Eggs
1 tbs Porridge Oats
1 Shake of Cinnamon
Coconut oil for frying
If your making pancakes for more than one person just up the ingredients accordingly. For 2 use 2 bananas, 4 eggs and so on.
Peel and chop your Bananas.
Add all your ingredients to a food processor.
Whizz until your mixture is all combined. You will then need to put your mixture in the fridge for 10 minutes for the batter to thicken slightly, this will make your pancakes easier to handle in the pan. If you are adding protein powder to your pancakes you can skip this step and start cooking your pancakes straight away.
Heat your pan and add coconut oil to the pan and allow it to melt.
Ladle your mixture into your pan. I find half a ladle of mixture makes a good size pancake but you can make them bigger or smaller as you like.
Now leave your pancakes to do their thing. Don’t be tempted to turn them too soon. They won’t like it.
You know your pancakes are ready to turn when bubbles appear in the centre of your pancakes.
Use a fish slice to flip your pancakes over. Leave the pancakes for a minute or so to cook on the other side. Keep an eye on them as this side won’t take as long to brown.
Transfer your finished pancakes to waiting plates and start cooking your next batch. Repeat these steps until you have used up all of your pancake mixture.
We like to have bacon with ours so I start cooking the bacon when I’m about halfway through my pancake mixture.
Stack ’em up! Add your bacon and there you have it.
We like ours with honey and blueberries too but you could have them with whatever toppings you like, strawberries, maple syrup, Mango and yogurt, lemon and sugar…
Take a look at my website www.roseyhome.com for more healthy, clean eating food recipes.
Sarah is mama to cheeky toddler, Rosalie, and wife to husband, Nick. Her blog, www.roseyhome.com follows their life as a family of 3. Sarah posts about daily life, home renovations, clean eating with the odd fashion and beauty post thrown in. She also has a YouTube channel where she shares clips of her family life and the contents of her shopping bags!