This week Pep worked with our good pal Kate to create a healthy take on everyones favourite breakfast treat - Pancakes. Don't fret they still taste as yummy, but with inbuilt goodness .. so go on give them a lash.
Complexity Level: Simples, even Pep can make them!
Time from prep to plate :10-12 minutes max
What you will need :
1 x Banana
2 x tablespoons of oats
1 x tablespoon of mil
1 x egg
1 x teaspoon of chi seeds
1 x teaspoon of coconut oil
- Mash the banana using a fork (you can save some to slice and serve on top of your pancake stack)
- Add in the porridge oats, egg, chia seeds and mix well
- If the mixture is too dry, add another tablespoon of milk until you get a thick consistency
- Melt 1 teaspoon of coconut oil in a pan
- When the pan is hot, pour out half the mixture and allow it to form a small pancake
- Repeat with the rest of the mix
- Cook for 5 minutes on either side
- Top with greek yogurt, banana, mixed berries and cinnamon
- Add a tablespoon of nut butter to the batter before cooking to give your pancakes more texture
- Make the batter the night before and leave in the fridge. But sure to add in the chia seeds just before cooking though. (If left overnight they will soak up all the liquid and your batter will be too thick)
A bit about our mate Kate :
Kate Gleeson is a physiologist and registered Sports & Exercise Nutritionist. She studied science at Trinity College Dublin and went on to complete an MSc in Exercise & Sports Nutrition in the University of Ulster. Since then she has gained both SENr and ISAK accreditation. She works with private clients, the general public and numerous sporting teams providing nutritional support, analysing food diaries and creating meal plans. She also speaks at industry exhibitions and presents to corporate and school audiences.