Tuesday, 28 February 2017

(Low Carb) Pancake Day!

 Happy Pancake Day!  Just thought I'd share my take on low carb pancakes that I made today.
Maybe you've come across this recipe (or something similar) for low carb pancakes, but this is so easy so here we go!

1. Mash up a medium sized banana in a bowl with a fork.



2. Break a medium sized egg into the banana mixture and beat together with the fork, like this:


3. In order to hold the mixture together, i've found from experience that a tablespoon of self raising flour helps.  mix in thoroughly and you're ready to cook on a preheated griddle/pan with some spray oil to coat it.


From this mix you should get about four small pancakes.  Let them cook for about 2 minutes on each side until golden brown.


And depending on how healthy you want to be, serve with fruit toppings, whole fruit, melted butter and maple syrup , dust with icing sugar, or my favourite, chocolate hazelnut spread! DELICIOUS!


Hope you all enjoy a very happy Tuesday!



13 comments:

  1. Yummy.....................
    Anna

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  2. I bet your hazel nut spread is delicious with the banana in this recipe.
    I will have to give this a try, yours look wonderful~

    Joy! Debbie

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  3. I bet your hazel nut spread is delicious with the banana in this recipe.
    I will have to give this a try, yours look wonderful~

    Joy! Debbie

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  4. What a tempting recipe, darling Christine, I'm going to try it at once, with my afternoon tea !

    MUCH LOVE TO YOU

    XOXO Dany

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  5. I think it is worth a try. Yet such is not eaten. Regards.

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  6. I would love these pancakes! We've been enjoying tasty berries that would be good alongside the pancakes, too!

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  7. What a wonderful recipe, they look amazing. A must try...

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  8. That's a great idea - thank you! I'm going to give it a try. x

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  9. So easy but it looks so delicious!

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  10. Christine!!! I made these tonight! I took a couple of photos but mine didn't come out as pretty as yours! But they were YUMMY! I ate mine with just butter on top along with a big patty of sage sausage. They were SO good! I know it's going to be one of my favorite recipes now. You know I can't eat sugar so I'm always looking for recipes that I can use. I ate 2 of them and that was perfect! Thank you SO much my friend! Sweet hugs, Diane

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  11. I have seen these in a couple of places but haven't given them a try yet. I am a maple syrup on my pancakes kind of gal :)

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Thanks so much for expressing an interest - kind thoughts always appreciated!