Yum! Pancakes :)

What a crazy week! Since I decided to start the blog and Buns and Bottles my brain has been on work mode 24/7! I wish I had time to blog everyday, I’m fullll of ideas! Hopefully,  I can get my shit together one day and do this daily for you lol…..but until then here I am once a week. Actually, this weekend I will have two for you! Today’s, which is my yummy sugar-free pancake recipe! And tomorrow’s will be all about my first Buns and Bottles class that was a huuuuuuuuugeeeee hit! I can’t even begin to describe the overwhelming joy I had once my first class was coming to an end. I wanted to cry but I figured crying at the beginning of class was more than enough for one class haha! I’ll keep those details for tomorrow 😉

Lets keep it short and sweet, literally! This recipe is the easiest, most delicious, healthy pancake recipe you will ever make! I am quite lazy and I hate washing dishes lol, so this recipe is perfect for supporting my laziness. I also have what I like to call the uncontrollable sweet tooth and guess what, this kicks that craving! Oh, and I have a sugar-free daughter as well and she loves them more than i do! Lets get to this shall we?

My daughter ate half!

What you will need:

One egg per half banana (one banana= two eggs)

1/2 tsp of vanilla

1 tsp cinnamon

***optional for hubby *** as much chocolate chips or cocoa powder as his heart desires. From time to time we make these into protein pancakes by adding a scoop of protein powder and it makes a great post-workout!

That is it my friends! Feel free to add or remove anything you don’t like.

If you are as lazy as me, I blend it all together (about 10 seconds). It will make it a smooth consistency! If you aren’t as lazy, or desire a chunkier feel, then smash it with your fork. The batter is done and some pancakes are now ready to be cooked! Since there are no ingredients to make them thicken, you will have to make them smaller in size. More like a crepe. I use coconut oil for the pan but butter will do. Once the batter starts to bubble they are ready to be flipped. That’s it! Pull out the maple syrup and enjoy 🙂

My daughter loves it when I make them into pancake roll-ups with some peanut butter or some organic jam on them!

Let me know how you eat yours !!

Don’t forget to check in tomorrow to hear all about the Buns and Bottles class!


Mandy xx




One Comment Add yours

  1. Dora says:

    Good recipe for grandma when babbysitting her sugar free granddaughter. Keep up the good work.


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