This recipe was shared to me by heartsetonliving, in a comment on this post, “Banana, oat and blueberry pancakes” and I wanted to share this in a separate post after making them myself. Heartsetonliving also shared them on her own post here too; “Driven to distraction before languishing in limbo.”
While they were baking, the smell was flowing beautifully throughout my home and taste lovely. It’s nice knowing that these are guilt free too, because they are naturally sweet and have no added sugar.
2 ripe bananas
2 and a half cups of porridge oats
1 and a half teaspoon of baking powder
1 and a half cups of milk
- Mash two ripe bananas with two eggs and a bit of vanilla extract.
- In a separate bowl, mix two and a half cups of porridge oats with some cinnamon and one and a half teaspoons of baking power.
- Now mix everything together and add one and a half cups of milk.
- Put mixture into greased or silicone muffin tins, then add your berry toppings of choice. e.g. blueberries or strawberries.
Bake at 180 degrees for around 30 minutes.
These bakes can be made vegan-friendly if you omit the eggs and replace with another banana, but it will make a more dense cake.
Who has tried this recipe, for banana, oat and blueberry pancakes?
I felt a change one morning and decided I wanted to make this for breakfast. It was lovely and I would definitely make it again.
You will find this recipe here, which will take you to Elsa Jones website. You will find more recipes of hers over there too.
I have known about the yogurt pizza base, since I came across this Facebook group; Feed Yourself for £1 a day. Today, I finally had a go for the first time myself and like many others who have tried this, I am now converted. This Facebook group is good for inspiration, as well as saving money.
Here is one of my pizzas.
I used what I already had in my cupboard and fridge, for my toppings on my pizza; tomato soup, with cheese and mushrooms on top.
Making the pizza base is simple.
Here is the recipe, which although it says greek yogurt, natural yogurt works well too. 180 degrees celsius (fan oven) for 25 – 30 minutes.
When I came across ‘Zoe’s Delightful Cheese and Chicken Pie,’ via her blog; ‘WhimsyandCosy,’ I could not wait to make it. Just reading it made me hungry and I could vision myself eating this. I saved this recipe to make yesterday, which is easy and quick to make and it wasn’t disappointing. I really enjoyed it and I have some left for another day and I am also sharing a slice with a friend too.
I was talking about the pie later that day with my mum and my uncle. My mum seemed interested and so I said to her I’d make this on Christmas Day and so Christmas is sorted. (I can see me making it before then though.) 🙂
Here is my pie.
Visit Zoe’s post, for her delightful cheese and chicken pie and let her know in her original post, (not mine) on how you found it, as well as if it gave you inspiration to play the recipe and create your own pie.