It’s thick, delicious and rich. The perrrfffeccct sauce for pancakes.
Smooth peanut butter
- Once you’ve made your pancake stack, heat a pan on low temperature
- Add 2 spoonfuls of peanut butter and 1 of date syrup.
- Mix until blended
- Pour hot over pancakes
For an extra YAY add cacao nibs and some almond and peanut butter Propercorn.
So a couple of you have asked how I make my pancakes. So in ultimate laziness, I can now send you all this link! Just joking. They are the easiest and fluffiest things to make that they needed to be shared.
Health pros: Intolerance friendly (wheat, dairy and nut free), low sugar and TASTY
Literally takes 5 minutes. Genuinely.
I can even make these before work! Let’s face it, I had to find a solution to being able to still eat pancakes on weekdays and also not cut down on sleep. Sleep is life.
- Heat a frying pan with coconut oil
- Mix an egg, a banana, a handful of oats and a dash of (almond) milk. I use a Nutribullet because it is so speedy but you can do by hand
- Pour into pan to make 4 fist sized pancake and flip after 2 minutes
Then obviously the best bit is adding ALLL the extras. I strongly recommend serving with:
A little maple syrup
Cacao nibs (great for waking up in the morning!)
I’ve been experimenting with lots of delicious pancake recipes (including Peruvian maca powder!!) so look out for my next delicious post.
I’ve been lucky enough to spend the last month living on a cacao plantation in Colombia. I’ve been experimenting with chocolate making (and eating). It is so rewarding to make your own chocolate with the very cacao pod you picked! You can do it too! Chocolate is often industrially manufactured and huge quantities of sugars and scary ingredients are added. So here’s how to DIY and enjoy the benefits of cacao.
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