Pancakes with benefits (take that anyway you like!)

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Happy hump day eat safers.

I hope you are all having a wonderful week, I know I sure am.
It has been pretty busy here at ESLW, lots of exciting things happening.
The team has been busily working away on loads of exciting things for next year.
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For today’s recipe I wanted to share with you a recipe passed on to me from out ESLW chef Veronica.
https://www.facebook.com/veronicacookingsmith This recipe is awesome… Let me know your thoughts.

Enjoy your day.

Jess x x

Pancakes with benefits (take that anyway you like!) #glutenfree #dairy #eggfree #Nutfree free, #seafood free, #vegan
Serves 4

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INGREDIENTS

4 eggs (if you are allergic to egg, try using Orgran Egg replacer)
120ml coconut milk
1 teaspoon pure vanilla bean paste
1 banana, smashed
2 tablespoons honey or rice malt syrup
100g ( approx 8 heaped tablespoons) almond meal – (for a nut free alternative, try using flaxseed).
2 tablespoons coconut flour
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoons cacao nibs ( grind in coffee grinder) plus extra for dusting.. This is optional. Leave out if you don’t have it.
2 teaspoons gluten free baking powder
1 teaspoon river salt
Coconut oil for cooking

METHOD

Mix together the eggs, coconut milk, honey, vanilla, smashed banana.

Combine all the other ingredients (except for the coconut oil).

Add the egg mixture to the dry mixture.

Grease a crepe pan with a little coconut oil, place over a medium heat.

Ladle approx 2 tablespoons of batter in per pancake. Cook for a few minutes on each side. *Be careful while cooking as pancakes can burn easily (coconut flour & almond flour do this) so keep the pancakes small.. Then Less cooking time is needed.

Serve with a squeeze of Lemon with honey or maple syrup & a little dust of cacao nibs.
# cacao nibs are a pleasure food with benefits.. Rich in minerals (magnesium, iron, zinc & more ) BUT they are a ’ pleasure food not a ’ super food’.. Small amounts as a treat like anything!