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Super Easy Pancakes

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I came across this awesome recipe online which is really really easy to make and super delicious. 




2 mashed bananas

1 egg

1 heaping tablespoon of almond butter



Mix ingredients together, and there's your batter.  Simple as that.  Cook on a low heat as you would normal pancakes. 


If the mix is too runny simply add more almond butter (I buy the brand Nuts to You Nut Butter and get the Almond and Hazelnut Butter)  or what I have started doing is adding ground flax and chia seeds to help thicken. 


Cinnamon added to taste is a great way to spice this up for a good morning jolt and is as well used medicinally as a digestive aid. 


Hope you dig it. 


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Add some gluten-free oats, a little vanilla,  and press it into a pan and bake.  Cut into "cereal bar" sizes, wrap and freeze. 


Sounds good too as pancakes.  Kinda like fried plantains, but sweeter.  Thanks.


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