Pancakes! Flapjack! Waffles! These are a few of my favourite things. My 5-year old son and I love making pancakes and flapjacks together.
Kid in the kitchen
My son’s willingness to help is very useful in the kitchen. I enjoy working with him in the kitchen and I think he does too. In fact, he is turning into quite the little chef. He does a great job of safely fending for himself in the kitchen.
I am curious, do you also allow your kids to help you in the kitchen?
Back to the pancakes and flapjacks!
A few months ago, I was in the process of making my boys (son and husband) a random three course breakfast meal. I decided that pancakes were going to be the first course but I ran into a problem. The pancake flour mix was finished.
After a few moments of panic, I went into ‘Google, please help me mode’ and guess what I found?
I found a quick and easy two-ingredient healthy pancake recipe! Long story short, I made pancakes using only two ingredients – bananas and eggs. I used olive oil for frying but I don’t count that as an ingredient. The recipe I found was from Gimme Delicious.
Instructions on how to make the egg and banana or plantain pancakes
- 4 bananas or use plantain to add a Nigerian twist
- 4 eggs
You will also need:
- Olive oil, butter or any other oil you like to use for frying
- Frying pan
- I made an avocado spread for our pancakes but you can use other toppings such as honey, syrup, cinnamon or fruits.
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