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Healthy pancakes, yeah!


Another favourite in cyber space, which has totally become both a hit and a favourite in the household here.

We´ve had a lot of visitors the past year since we moved up to Sweden.
With us now living quite a way away from the supermarket it means our guests have kind of had to eat whatever this gluten allergic nutritionist whips up for herself every morning.
Thank G – or thank Cyberspace – for these pancakes is the word I have gotten from basically all of them this past winter ;-).So I guess it is time to share my own pimped version of what was initially called the “2 ingredient pancake” :-), with thanks to all our dear friends who keep popping by with SAS and SJ;

Ingredients (per person);

1 banana
2 eggs
baking soda (if you´d like, leaving it out is fine too and does not affect the taste)
1 tbsp buckwheat flakes or kernels
1 tbspn oat flakes
1 teaspoon each of all superfood berries and seeds you have in the house ( I usually have pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, flaxseed, psyllium seeds (of this one I use 1/2 teaspoon only), goji berries, mulberries, shredded coconut, cacao nibs)

Mash the banana with a fork.
Add cinnamon and baking soda. Mash that in as well.
Then you just add all the other ingredients, mix it all together and your doe is ready.
Fry your pancakes in coconut oil and serve with fresh berries or fruit, some maple syrup and when you want to be really luxurious why not chop some dark (75% + ) chocolate to sprinkle on top as well ;-)?

As much as this is usually a breakfast or lunch recipe for us, it makes great evening meal too, an awesome recovery after training snack, a yummy lunch, superb picnic food and more.
If you want it more savoury you can add spinach or kale as well to the mix, which you mash in to the banana before adding the other ingredients.


And of course, feel free to pimp the recipe any way you like ;-)!

Photo courtesy of Stephanie Mazier from Appetite Voyage

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