Hiiiii! How’s it going? I’ve got some three-ingredient banana oat pancakes if you scroll down, but first, some chitchat. 🙂
So happy you enjoyed the capsule wardrobe post. So ready to spriiiiiiiing. Happy humpday! Flashback to the Valdosta days and every Wednesday was Indian Food Wednesday. I think some channa masala is happening tonight. Speaking of Valdosta, HAVE YOU SEEN THIS? I not-so-secretly wish this show would have happened about 5 years ago.
Some happenings from lately:
Enchilada night. All enchiladas are good -they’re kind of like pizza- but homemade sauce takes it over.the.top. Try it; I promise you’ll never want to go back.
(our kitchen lighting at night is a little rough haha, but all enchis are beautiful)
We also enjoyed a pizza-making party at our friends’ house. Look at these cute little hands decorating their pizzas:
Zucchini crust pizza for the adults: (SO GOOD)
and my contributions to the feast were guacamole and chips:
and brownie bites.
Banana Oat Pancakes
I’m not sure if I’ve posted this pancake creation here on the blog, but it’s seriously the easiest thing.
I tweaked the standard banana-egg pancake recipe (2 eggs, one banana, some flax or chia) because I wanted it to have more of a cake-y texture and add satiety. Oats did the trick!
Banana Oat Pancakes
A high protein, gluten-free delicious twist on the classic pancake.
- 1/2 Banana
- 2 Eggs
- 1/4 cup oats
- Blend banana, eggs and oats until smooth.
- Use 1/4 cup scoop to portion out batter and cook on stove like regular pancakes
- Top with anything you’d like–my favorite combo is almond butter, maple syrup and berries
These banana oat pancakes are a great mix of protein, healthy fats and smart carbs, and taste like a lovely dessert.
This morning, I’ll be hanging out with my favorite little lady. I also plan to film quick booty video (with my favorite glute and hamstring moves!) and getting ready for spin later today.
Hope you have a wonderful morning!
What’s your default breakfast? What did you (or are you) having this morning? If you’re looking for some ideas to change it up, here are some faves:
Breakfast cookie (the classic never dies)