I found this idea on Pinterest, so I unfortunately can’t take the credit for these cuties. Over the holidays I saw several different versions: some opting out of the banana altogether. Another (which I think is my favorite) was chopping just a little bit of the grape off so that it could stand on it’s own – so then they’re standing upright on the plate. I believe next year that’s how I will make these. They were just so easy to put together, and I actually had majority of the ingredients.
HO HO HOpe everyone enjoyed this Holiday season! Now, I’m ready to start the new year!
Now, who doesn’t love pancakes? Only weirdos, right? Well believe-it-or-not I was one of those weirdos not that long ago. I’ve just never been that big of a fan of pancakes. Usually they’re just huge, too thick, and get soggy from all of the (very) sweet syrup..Gross! However, since my newfound lifestyle change, I’ve found myself craving them. This is probably because I don’t eat sweet things often other than fruit. So this put me in a bit of a predicament.. How can I satisfy my pancake craving without really indulging?
After a few minutes on google I came across this uh-mazzz-zing 2 ingredient pancake recipe. Yes, you read that correctly: TWO ingredients; that’s all. Those two ingredients you ask? Egg, and banana. That’s it! Okay, okay, okay, I’ll stop ranting and give you the recipe already 😀
- 1 ripe banana
- 2 eggs
- Optional: Chocolate chips, pecans, almonds, raisins, etc
- Mix the eggs and banana together. (I prefer to use it blender/food processor – use whatever is easiest for you)
- Add fillings if you fancy
- Now just cook these bad boys like you’d cook any other pancakes
- Top with fruit, nuts, syrup, nutbutter – ENJOY!
- I let the mixture set for a few minutes before cooking them otherwise you get extremely flat (yet still delicious) pancakes.
- Look out for the little air bubbles on top of your pancakes – when there’s a bunch that means it’s time to flip those flap jacks!
I hope you enjoy these guys! They’re full of potassium, fiber, vitamin c, and protein but you’ll feel like you’re indulging big time. These pancakes are one of my absolute favorites now – I can’t get enough!
Only a few short months ago, in May 2013, I decided it was time for a change. I’ve always been relatively active, ate fairly healthy, and have been “skinny.” However, one day it just hit me (quite possibly while I was dunking chips ahoy in a glass of milk) that I could be living life much, much healthier. And therefor much happier as well.
I never paid all that much attention to what I was eating: never taking into consideration certainly not the calories, nor the ingredients – and definitely not the serving sizes. On random occasions I would go on those “health kicks.” You know, we’ve all been there: “Oh, I’m going to start working out and eating healthy” Perhaps for a day or so you eat “healthy” and maybe even work out some. Only for a few days to pass and you’re back in the cookie jar, sitting on your bum watching How I Met Your Mother.
Well, here I am 4 months later and I’m here to say that it is possible to make the change! You’re more than capable of eating healthy, exercising on a regular basis all while not wrecking your budget, maintaining your work/school life, and even your social life.
Don’t believe me? Then allow me to prove you wrong. 🙂