I have one rule of life that I will take to the grave: Sundays must be spent with good company, eating good food, dancing, relaxing, self indulgence, and not wearing pants. No matter how busy you are or how crazy your life is, you need to take that one day a week to just enjoy and appreciate your life. So then Sunday. Make brunch plans with friends, explore your city, go bike riding, read a book all day, whatever you want! If you don't however make brunch plans, I have a perfect Sunday morning recipe for you. Anyone who has been lucky enough to live with me knows that these are my staple breakfast. Mostly because they make your entire house smell like the best banana bread in the universe in about 5 minutes flat.
These are my adaptation of the 3 ingredient pancakes that you may have seen online. One rule: you have to make them while listening to my Sunday Morning Playlist that I always listen to while making any food. I did cut it down slightly though.
I N G R E D I E N T S
Banana 1 (the more ripe the better)
Ground Cinnamon 1t
Coconut Oil 1T
Vanilla Extract 1t
D I R E C T I O N S
Put everything into a blender and blend. If you don't have a blender you can mash the banana in a bowl with a fork first, then add the rest of the ingredients.
Grease a pan with coconut oil and set to a medium low heat and cover. (You can use other oils.. when I ran out of coconut oil in SH I used a combo of sesame oil and olive oil. The banana masks the strength of the flavour of these oils).
After a couple minutes, when you think the pan has heated through pour a small amount of batter onto the pan. If it begins to cook right away add enough batter so that it creates a pancake about the size of take out cup mouth. (Sorry about the weird comparison. I’ve had like 2 hours of sleep). If you make these pancakes too big it’ll be super hard to flip em.
Attempt to flip. If they are still too raw, cover for a few more seconds. The flipping process is the only part of these pancakes that require any skill.
Once you've flipped all of them, the first one you flipped is probably done.
I like to top mine with sunflower seed butter and jam or fruit, or marmalade!
Sidenote: I always tell people "Don't expect normal people pancakes". Remember, these don't have any dry ingredients in them so the texture is not like a regular pancake.
Enjoy your Sunday friends!