These were delightfully tasty, and quick and easy to make. Please note, I do not include sweetener in my recipe, I would top with banana slices or berries afterwards to sweeten. You are however free to add your preferred form of sweetener, to the batter or to top afterwards.
1 cup oats
1 medium cooked and skinned sweet potato (I used the purple skinned variety because of its naturally lovely sweetness and aroma)
1/2 cup coconut milk
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon fine cinnamon
Method: process all the ingredients in food processor till a smooth, fine consistency. Scoop blobs of batter into a medium/hot pan moistened with oil, and turn over after 30 seconds, let the other side brown and then remove from pan. Enjoy as is, or top with your favorite choice of topping. I use banana slices, berries, honey, coconut cream.
edit: I wouldn’t call this a pancake, its more like a flapjack. And its nearly impossible to get it golden brown like in the picture. I think those are pics of flour flapjacks. The trick it to make them small, so that its possible to flip them over without breaking them. They taste ranges from ok to nice. and I suppose would be nicer if some rice flour or other wheat alternative is mixed in. Nice with a topping, like banana/coconut cream/berries etc.
Most of the food I keep are unprocessed, and much cheaper than the processed stuff.
Oats (not the instant stuff)
Milk (always full cream)
Double Cream Greek yoghurt
Whatever fruit I can find
Lunch and Supper stuff
lentils (which become sprouts)
potatoes and/or sweet potatoes
cashew nuts and/or pumpkin seeds and/or sesame seeds
Two other Veggies (like carrots, peppers, cabbage, broccoli, marrows, butternut … blah)
Other stuff I sometimes have
meat, fish, chicken
canned tuna, muscles, oysters, canned beans (for when I’m absolutely beyond lazy) – These are not good by the way, too much salt, and I think some other monstrous preservatives.
wraps (for when I’m very lazy too)