Okay so I know I went on a bit of a break there but with a new school term (my LAST one!) starting and the after holiday blahs finally leaving I am ready to fit blogging back into my schedule!
Over the break, I spent a lot of time catching up on some of my fave blogs.
One in particular being The Skinny Confidential.
The lady behind the blog, Lauryn Evarts, has such a cool and chic style about her that I just love. All of her posts hold some kind of knowledge that any lady should be in touch with, seriously check her out. For a link to her blog – click here.
One post that stood out to me from her site awhile ago was her Three Ingredient Pancakes.
Now, anyone who knows me knows I LOVE PANCAKES.
Winnipeggers, those Stellas blueberry pancakes tho? Stacks on stacks on stacks….
(Especially over the break, oops)
So I had read about this recipe awhile ago and at first was a bit unsure, solely because I am very particular about banana flavouring and was wondering if it would be too overpowering.
HOWEVER, I tried this recipe today and they are THE BOMB.COM. Seriously, if you are looking for a quick, easy, and HEALTHY substitute to squash those pancake cravings – look no further. They blew my damn mind.
Okay so what do you need to make these.
I started off by mashing up the banana and combining it with the two eggs, and about a 1/2 cup of chia seeds. Honestly, it kind of is up to you as to how many chia seeds you need/want.
Then I mixed the ingredients up in my Kitchenaid mixer.
Then in a pan over with a bit of coconut oil (because I honestly put that shit on everything), I turned the stove to low heat. Honestly, I found that these little guys cook super quickly, so the lower the heat, the better chances you have of them not burning. (I was obviously trying to multitask and do a million other things at the same time)
Side note, on her blog, Lauryn recommends making your own sort of berry concoction to put ontop of the pancakes, by mixing a bit (or a lot) of lemon juice, a few drops of maple syrup, and mashing up your favourite berries. I used blueberries because that is what I had, but would have loved to try it with raspberries. It was delish, and a really good replacement for insane amounts of syrup.
AND HERE ARE THE RESULTS.
I probably had about 6 of these….so good.
(Moderation blah blah blah okay 2016)
I loved this recipe, they turned out so well, and for a girl on the go, these were tasty, awesome, and fast!
Obviously with my lemon perrier because I’m obsessed. I also thought Coal and Canary’s 110 Calories candle was appropriate, plus it smells like heaven.
Again, thanks to The Skinny Confidential for this great recipe!
Have any suggestions for healthy, quick meals? Share them below!