This is pretty much what I cook every morning. Though we don't eat wheat so our pancakes are made from eggs, peanut butter, and smashed bananas. My daughter is enrolled in a virtual school so I'm not rushed in the mornings.
Quoting A_McCool:This is pretty much what I cook every morning. Though we don't eat wheat so our pancakes are made from eggs, peanut butter, and smashed bananas. My daughter is enrolled in a virtual school so I'm not rushed in the mornings.
I found the recipe when googling wheat free pancakes one day. Here is the recipe that I found.
"Preheat your pan on low, slowly melting a dollop of butter
2 mashed bananas
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 tablespoons of peanutbutter
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon allspice
Beat the eggs until frothy in a separate bowl, then add all ingredients to the mashed bananas. Voila! Delicious gluten free pancake batter. Try not to eat it raw, I dare you.
I have found that these cook best when cooked just below medium heat. I cook them at a 4 on my stove. They work best if you make small pancakes as they are quite delicate and easy to break when flipping if they are too big."
http://www.adventuresofpip.com/recipes/banana-and-peanut-butter-pancakes/ From this site.
I would be happy to- my kids don't like to eat before about 9 o'clock, and the only breakfast foods my older kids will eat so far are sausage, fruit and cereal. I tried feeding it to them today at 8 and they wouldn't eat, so before school? Only if they woke up really early some day... And of course, if they decide they like different foods, I'd feed it to them.
(they will probably eat a yogurt and maybe a banana)
it depends what Ds wants that day, if he wants eggs ill make him them but i dont really do the cooking DH usually does that lol so we will prolly have cereal! :/
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