Banana Pancakes

Buffy from begoodorganics has lovingly created this recipe for Banana Pancakes. We are excited to be able to share this with you. Happy baking banana lovers.

Add the dry and wet ingredients into a blender or food processor (I use a Thermomix*).

Blend for 30 seconds or until completely blended. Add your extra 1/4 cup plant milk if needed here (I did, but depends on the size and texture of your banana).

Heat a pan on medium, and add your coconut oil.

Pour 1/4 cup measures into the pan (around 3-4 at a time is good), and cook for around 3-4 minutes on either side until bubbles start to appear near the centre. At this stage, you can also press a few of your fruit of choice onto the uncooked side of the pancake to make them look extra pretty (blueberries and thinly sliced pear work well with this).

Flip and repeat.

To stack, plate one pancake, cover it with a thin layer of fruit, then drizzle with your creamy sauce and sweetener. Now repeat - pancake, fruit, cream, sweetener; pancake, fruit, cream, sweetener - until they're stacked up high.

Finally sprinkle with your toppings of choice!

About Buffy

Since 2013, Buffy from Be Good Organics has been sharing her love for plant-based, whole foods. She focuses on a holistic approach to health, combining plant-based nutrition with organic living, a strong love for animals, and a passion for improving the state of our planet. 


To see more recipes from Buffy, click the link www.begoodorganics.com 

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