Banana pancakes with walnuts. With only 3 ingredients you are able to make the basis for these gluten free pancakes. A healthy breakfast recipe that fills really good, tastes really good and is gluten- and lactose free.
I found out about banana pancakes already a long time ago when I still lived with my parents. Since then I eat them every now and then for breakfast. This summer when we were in Spain I loved them and made them almost everyday.
Here I had put some yogurt and fresh strawberries on them a lovely combination. But like I said, I love them every now and then. Sometimes I don’t eat them for months because I am bored with them and then suddenly I crave them. I always feel like having pancakes for breakfast , I just like to vary with the pancakes that I want to eat. I usually eat the buck wheat pancakes with cinnamon, that I combine with the the pancakes with granola and yogurt. Recently I added a new favorite, that are the cinnamon pancakes with apple, I love the combination of flavors in the winter! So enough pancake and breakfast options, but I had not shared this variation on the well-known banana pancakes yet.
Preparation time: Approximately 5 minutes Baking time: 5-7 minutes per pancake Amount: 5 pancakes (depending on the size)Special Products:
Big Frying pan
No refined sugars added
100% organic ingredients
25 grams gluten free oatmeal
Hand full of walnuts
Honey to your liking
How to make it?
Peel the bananas and lay them in a soup plate, mash with a fork. This is the easiest when you use ripe bananas. When the bananas are mashed you can add the eggs to it. Mix until it becomes a whole.
When the eggs and bananas are mixed properly, you can add the oatmeal to it. Mix and make sure the oatmeal is completely integrated in the batter to make it a complete and firm batter. Optionally you can already add some pieces of walnut here or add some extra oatmeal.
Heat some coconut oil or butter in a big frying pan. Make piles of batter in the pan and put the fire low, let it stand for at least 5 minutes. If you see the edges turning brown you can lay your spatula underneath the pancake. If you feel they are firm you can carefully flip them. Bake for another 2 minutes on the other side. You can make approximately 5 pancakes with this amount of batter.
When the pancakes are done you can lay them on a plate and decorate with some honey and walnuts. Enjoy!
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