Don't these look lovely?! I was at the louisiana bistro and I fell in love with their pancakes so I had to without a doubt make some for my friends and I sometime. I suddenly realized that yesterday I had to make me pancakes for lunch today, and with these delights in the food box, both body and taste buds look forward to the lunch break :-)
As a rule, I usually make the typical banana pancake cake (one egg, a banana) with some different dry ingredients - but stumbled upon this recipe as I scrolled on Cecilie's blog yesterday. She writes that she has not met one who does not think they are amazing, so I just had to try it! I made some bittest changes to the recipe that you see in parentheses when I did not have these ingredients: 2 eggs and 1 egg whites 150 g oatmeal 3 tablespoons almond flour (used spelled flour) 5 tablespoons sukrin gold (used a dice honey) 1 medium sized banana 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cardamom About. 1 dl milk or water (add more / less according to desired consistency) Mix everything in a blender and let the stirring swell for about 10 minutes before firing them. If you think it's thick, you can try with some fluid. Then cook the medium-sized pancakes in coconut oil or butter. Wait turning them until they begin to bubble on the surface, then they will be perfect. So, most importantly; enjoy them! :-) Pst! She also has many other recipes on the blog that also give water to mouth, so recommend checking it out!
Fashion: Fashion has never been my strongest side, but now that spring is in place, a jean jacket is one of the coolest clothes I know! Here it is still a little too cold, but you can look at pictures and dream to even warmer times!