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Ten Minute Mango Pancakes

April 19th, 2014

I woke up really craving something this week and couldn’t figure out for hours what is was, so I decided that it must be pancakes, mainly because pancakes are amazing and I hadn’t had them in a while. The problem was that I was away from home and so didn’t have all my ingredients with me, which meant that I had to make something really simple. I really didn’t think they were really going to work as I just threw anything we had into a food processor and whizzed it into a mix, but I was happy at the thought of enjoying a sort of pancake-esq mess so it didn’t matter, but I was so wrong – they were the best pancakes I’d ever made! Sadly I hadn’t written down the recipe as I thought it wouldn’t be worth sharing so I then spent ages yesterday trying to recreate them and finally did, so I hope you love these as much as I do! They’re honestly so simple and require so few ingredients, it’s so awesome – all you need are oats, ripe bananas, nut butter, water and some mango. So much goodness, so much simplicity, so much happiness! The ingredients take about two minutes to whizz together and then you just need to fry them up, serve them and enjoy!

Whilst I’ve been away I’ve been focusing on my book too, which is so much fun. Anyways the book is dedicated to all my amazing readers, as without you I would never be where I am today – so really thank you so much for reading this, it means so much. Anyways I would love to ask you two things, firstly I’m going to include a big questions section so that I can cover all your most frequently asked questions in depth. So I would love you to comment with all your questions under this blog post. And secondly I’d also love to include some quotes from you about the effect that Deliciously Ella food has had on you and your life, so if you’d like to share something with me then I’d absolutely love to hear from you via email to ella@deliciouslyella.com.Β Have a lovely Easter everyone!

Ingredients for twenty five small pancakes:

– 2 ripe bananas (270g)

– 4 slices of mango (180g)

– 1 cup of blueberries (150g)

– 1 and a 1/2 cups of oats (240g)

– 3 tablespoons of nut butter (I used cashew butter)

– coconut oil, for greasing the pan

– 2 cups of water

– a pinch of salt

Simply peel the bananas, then place the bananas, mango, oats, nut butter, water and salt into a food processor and whizz for a minute of so until the mix is nice and smooth. Then transfer the mix into a bowl and stir in the blueberries, if you’re using them. Let the mixture sit for a couple of minutes before you start cooking so that the oats can absorb some of the liquid.

While the mixture sits, heat up a non-stick frying pan and grease it with a little coconut oil. Once the pan is really hot place a heaped tablespoons worth of mix onto it and allow it to cook for about two minutes, before flipping it over and letting the other side cook until it begins to brown. It’s really important that you don’t flip the pancakes too early though – wait until the top side no longer looks like the runny mix in the bowl, but it’s starting to look firm and cooked, at which point flip it over.

These pancakes are really small so even in a small pan you can get three or four going at the same time.

Then serve and enjoy!

blogpancakes41

I woke up really craving something this week and couldn’t figure out for hours what is was, so I decided that it must be pancakes, mainly because pancakes are amazing and I hadn’t had them in a while. The problem was that I was away from home and so didn’t have all my ingredients with me, which meant that I had to make something really simple. I really didn’t think they were really going to work as I just threw anything we had into a food processor and whizzed it into a mix, but I was happy at the thought of enjoying a sort of pancake-esq mess so it didn’t matter, but I was so wrong – they were the best pancakes I’d ever made! Sadly I hadn’t written down the recipe as I thought it wouldn’t be worth sharing so I then spent ages yesterday trying to recreate them and finally did, so I hope you love these as much as I do! They’re honestly so simple and require so few ingredients, it’s so awesome – all you need are oats, ripe bananas, nut butter, water and some mango. So much goodness, so much simplicity, so much happiness! The ingredients take about two minutes to whizz together and then you just need to fry them up, serve them and enjoy!

Whilst I’ve been away I’ve been focusing on my book too, which is so much fun. Anyways the book is dedicated to all my amazing readers, as without you I would never be where I am today – so really thank you so much for reading this, it means so much. Anyways I would love to ask you two things, firstly I’m going to include a big questions section so that I can cover all your most frequently asked questions in depth. So I would love you to comment with all your questions under this blog post. And secondly I’d also love to include some quotes from you about the effect that Deliciously Ella food has had on you and your life, so if you’d like to share something with me then I’d absolutely love to hear from you via email to ella@deliciouslyella.com.Β Have a lovely Easter everyone!

Ingredients for twenty five small pancakes:

– 2 ripe bananas (270g)

– 4 slices of mango (180g)

– 1 cup of blueberries (150g)

– 1 and a 1/2 cups of oats (240g)

– 3 tablespoons of nut butter (I used cashew butter)

– coconut oil, for greasing the pan

– 2 cups of water

– a pinch of salt

Simply peel the bananas, then place the bananas, mango, oats, nut butter, water and salt into a food processor and whizz for a minute of so until the mix is nice and smooth. Then transfer the mix into a bowl and stir in the blueberries, if you’re using them. Let the mixture sit for a couple of minutes before you start cooking so that the oats can absorb some of the liquid.

While the mixture sits, heat up a non-stick frying pan and grease it with a little coconut oil. Once the pan is really hot place a heaped tablespoons worth of mix onto it and allow it to cook for about two minutes, before flipping it over and letting the other side cook until it begins to brown. It’s really important that you don’t flip the pancakes too early though – wait until the top side no longer looks like the runny mix in the bowl, but it’s starting to look firm and cooked, at which point flip it over.

These pancakes are really small so even in a small pan you can get three or four going at the same time.

Then serve and enjoy!