aren’t we all bored of porridge? Well, I am quite bored of it. But then, oats are really healthy, full of fibre, rich in minerals (manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, and zinc). And some other good stuff, wich makes them an ideal breakfast item, basically gives you energy for the whole morning (or at least until your second morning coffee when the toddler is on summer holiday). Known as a great lactation food – so now, that I’m breastfeeding I have them every single morning. I feel like I’ll turn into oats. They are also good weaning food for babies.
Anyway, here’s a life-saver recipe, when you had enough of porridge. Bobcat obviously loves them, because they are P-A-N-C-A-K-E-S. Ready in 10 minutes.
All you need is:
1 ripe banana
50g Scottish Oats
Pinch of salt
Pinch of grounded cinnamon
Handful of raisins
A shallow tbsp of olive oil for each pancake to fry in
Mash the banana in a mixing bowl, add the eggs, combine well, then add everything else. Drop around 2 tbsp of batter into the pan and pat it down with a spatula. Use low-medium heat when frying your pancakes, they burn very easily. Serve it immediately with fresh fruits.
I also love these pancakes: Super Fluffy Keto Pancakes
these look great! May give them a try tomorrow for the toddler while us big kids have the unhealthy, really bad for you pancakes! Definitely would love these for breakfast one day! #globalblogging
What a great idea. I don’t like oatmeal or porridge but I do like oats in baked goods like cookies and muffins. I bet they would be pretty good in pancakes too. #GlobalBlogging
Yum – sounds good. Especially for our lactose intolerant friends! #globalblogging
This cannot be so simple??? I make pancakes at least twice a week… These are on the menu for sure!!! Thanks for sharing… #globalblogging