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Buckwheat, banana and passion fruit pancakes

Buckwheat, banana and passion fruit pancakes

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One of the things I find hardest to stick to in terms of maintaining a healthy lifestyle is just getting enough sleep. So I asked my husband to give my boy breakfast, whilst I sleepily addressed the very important matter of what my body was craving.

Unlike days of care-free eating in the past, my body is now giving me warning signals (as well as my doctor) and though weight isn’t the challenge here, my family has a history of diabetes and I cannot fight the genes with sugar and win.

I had never really seriously considered buckwheat pancakes as an alternative to the plain flour version; the healthy option isn’t usually as tasty is it? Well, let me tell you my friends, these are so fluffy and light that I had to share the recipe with you. They are moist and airy, not gritty or clumpy at all so don’t worry on that front; I didn’t add any sugar but you could if you really wanted to. The banana is chopped into small pieces rather than mashed to avoid making them heavy and the passion … it comes through. I used pure maple syrup on top, but just a few drops.

Ingredients

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1
Mix together the buckwheat flour, ground cinnamon and baking powder
2
Add the egg, milk and passion fruit to make a batter and then add the chopped banana pieces to the batter
3
Add a couple of teaspoons of oil to a non-stick pan and once the oil is hot, place a couple of tablespoons of batter onto the pan and cook them for 3-4 minutes on each side until they are lightly golden
4
Serve the pancakes with more passion fruit and a little maple syrup, if you wish
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