Method1. Add Jungle oats, baking powder, cinnamon, bananas, honey or maple syrup, egg, milk, vanilla essence and salt to a blender and blend until smooth. 2. If using add-ins, stir in now. Mixture may have thickened in blender so stir in more milk 1 tablespoon at a time to thin out, if needed. 3. Add oil or spray and cook to a pan or skillet over medium heat. 4. Pour in about a 1/3 a cup of batter per pancake and cook until all bubbles have popped (about 2-3 minutes) 5. Flip over and cook for one more minute. 6. Repeat until all pancakes have been cooked. 7. Top with more banana slices, a small drizzle of Honey or maple syrup, nuts or desired toppings and serve immediately.
Tips and substitutions: Sugar and spice and all things nice: • Added sugar should be used sparingly. • This includes normal sugar (white or brown) Honey or Maple syrup. • Sugar intake should be limited to 6 -9 teaspoons of added sugar from all foods and drinks per day. Substitutions: • Low fat milk may be substituted for Non-sweeted Low fat Almond milk, Rice milk or Soya milk depending on your preference or diet choice. • Eggs may be substituted a mixture of ground up flaxseed/chia seeds and water 1 Egg = 1 Tablespoon Flaxseed or Chia seeds + 3 Tablespoons of water Mix together and let sit for a couple of minutes to make your “egg”. The seeds will become swollen and chewy after a couple of minutes. Proceed as directed further with recipe. • Substitute normal sugar if honey or maple sugar is not available. Fats and oils • Choose healthy fats found in sunflower, canola or olive oil, soft tub margarines, unsalted peanut butter, nuts and seeds, avocado and fish.