Healthy Pancakes

Everybody loves pancakes, don’t they? And they can be part of a healthy lifestyle, too! You can pick the recipe you want (there is even a vegan option) and choose your topping/filling so that it fits with your taste buds. (serves 1)

Pick a pancake recipe from the 3 options below. To cook the pancakes (all options), melt a little coconut oil in a hot frying pan and fry on each side for about 60 seconds.

Banana pancakes

1 medium banana, 2 eggs, mash the banana – mix the eggs in thoroughly

Oat  pancakes

40g oats, 1 egg, 8 tbsp unsweetened milkof choice – mix everything thoroughly

Vegan oat pancakes

40g oats, 1 tbsp flaxseeds mixed with 3 tbsp water and leave for 10 mins, 6 tbsp milk of choice – mix everything thoroughly


Cinnamon yoghurt

Mix 2 tbsp plain Greek yoghurt with 2 tsp coconut palm sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon.

Berry chia jam 

Mash 2 handfuls of fresh or defrosted berries, mix in 1 tbsp chia seeds and leave for 10 mins.

Nut Butter Topping

1 heaped tbsp of nut butter, no added sugar

Now, pick a fruit

1 handful of berries
1 chopped apple / pear / nectarine
2 chopped plums / apricots

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