The ideal peanut butter and banana pancake
With a number of South Africans having adapted to a hybrid work-life balance, less time is being spent commuting to the office while more time is given to creating a wholesome lifestyle and doing fun things. Whether you’re a baker, a pastry whizz, a meat-lover, or a seasoned home cook, you’ll know that a modern kitchen makes a world of difference. Living at Pebble Beach means you have access to a designer fitted kitchen which comes standard with premium-brand appliances. Prep your food on the engineered quartz countertops or the stainless-steel sink. Why not make the most of your kitchen and whip up some delicious pancakes for weekend breakfasts?
We’ve got a quick and easy recipe that is sure to satisfy the whole family, and what’s even better is they only take about 10 minutes to make!
- 1 cup of oats, ground into a powder or oat flour if you have
- 2 medium-sized bananas, peeled
- 2 large free-range eggs
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 2 tablespoons natural peanut butter (optional)
- Oil to grease your pan
Tools and utensils
- Blender or NutriBullet
- Egg lifter
- If you are using whole oats, place them in the NutriBullet or blender until they are finely ground. Once this is done, go to step
- If you are using oat flour, leave out step 1 and go straight to step 3
- Put all your ingredients into the blender or NutriBullet and blend until well combined.
- Grease or coat your large frying pan with oil of your choice or butter (we recommend coconut oil – it goes so well with the flavour of banana).
- Place your frying pan on the stove top and set to a medium heat.
- Pour 2-3 tablespoons of pancake batter into the pan (we recommend using a jug to make it easier).
- Let the pancakes cook for a few minutes until bubbles appear on the surface, that’s your que to turn them over and cook the other side.
- Repeat the process with the rest of the batter.
- Transfer to a plate and enjoy!
- If you’re not a peanut butter fan leave it out of the mixture all together.
- If you’re a peanut butter lover, then you can use any kind of peanut butter of your choice – smooth, crunchy, sweetened, chocolate-flavoured or natural. We recommend natural peanut butter as it is sugar-free, and the bananas will add sweetness to the pancakes.
- Top with honey, maple syrup, chocolate chips, chopped strawberries, cream, natural yogurt or chocolate sauce – the options are truly endless and entirely up to you.
(original recipe taken from https://www.justsotasty.com/10-minute-peanut-butter-banana-pancakes/