Thursday, 11 December 2014

Banana Pancakes

                                 

Eating my usual yoghurt and granola with berries for breakfast can get a little boring and repetitive sometimes. Having Coeliac disease can be a little challenging sometimes with trying out new things. Usually sticking to the same thing is the easiest option. Today however I wanted to share with you a quick and delicious easy to make and 100% gluten free! It's nourishing and completely guilt free consisting of only eggs, (rich in the much needed vitamins K,D,E, B6, calcium and Zinc. Which helps with gaining a healthy body and skin.) Banana's (A good amount of fibre, potassium, Magnesium and vitamin B6.)


Serving size: 1 person.

All you need for this recipe is:
1 1/2 banana's (2 depending on size of banana)
1 tea spoon baking powder
1 tea spoon cinnamon
2 Eggs
2 teaspoons coconut oil

Topping (optional):
mixed berries
Maple Syrup


Instructions:

To start of the process heat a pan with some coconut oil. While waiting for the pan and oil to heat, grab your bananas and peel team, placing them on a plate. Grab a fork and mash the bananas. Make sure you don't mash it into to small pieces or the pancake won't hold together. Next grab a bowl and place the mashed banana, cinnamon, baking powder all in one bowl. Grab the two eggs and crack them into the bowl with your banana mixture. Gently mix them together till it turns into a nice thick batter. Leave to stand for a couple of minutes.

Now that the pan and oil is heated up, bring the bowl with your pancake batter and slowly pour some batter into the pan. You can make pancakes as big as you want. Once you've used up all your batter and your pancakes are done. Place them one by one on your plate. to finish off you can garnish your pancakes with some mixed berries, maple syrup or anything you desire.

Let me know if you tried out this recipe. I'd love to see how your pancakes turned out! :)

xxxx

Nicole
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