Two Ingredient Pancakes. New Music That Is Too Good From The Colourist.

Two Ingredient Pancakes.
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Two Ingredient Pancakes?

Yes, really.

Who knew that bananas and egg could fry up into delicious, lighter than air pancakes?

Everyone here really liked these different pancakes. They made terrific crêpes, too, fantastic filled with sliced bananas.

Some advice for the cook: don’t get discouraged when trying to flip the very delicate pancakes. If you approach cooking these guys in the same way as regular pancakes you’ll end up tearing them up. So, make small sized pancakes with ample room between them. Also, try and use a very small spatula to flip, and in no time you will find that you have the hang of it and your pancakes will look as great as they taste.

If your patience gets too tested, just make the crêpes… far easier.
Two Ingredient Pancakes
Two Ingredient Pancakes

Ingredients:

2 ripe bananas
4 whole eggs
Oil for pan
Sliced bananas and maple syrup, to serve

Directions:

1. Heat a small skillet over medium/low heat.

2. In a blender or food processor mix the bananas and eggs together until smooth.
Batter

3. Heat some oil in the skillet. Add a small amount of batter for each pancake. Allow to cook until golden on both sides, about 2 minutes each.
Two Ingredient Pancakes
Two Ingredient Pancakes

4. Serve with slices of banana and maple syrup.

Makes enough pancakes or crêpes to feed 4 light eaters

Recipe from Mommy? I’m Hungry!
Two Ingredient Pancakes

Ready for a flat out catchy and fun song?

And from a band whose interests include ghost hunting, tropical drinks and scratchers.

I’m in.

‘Little Games’ by The Colourist.

“Was I your hit and run,
left for dead and now you’re gone?”

Check out The Colourist on the band’s Website, where you can learn upcoming US and Canadian tour dates. If you can get to one of their shows with Youngblood Hawke, DO IT!!!. Buy the music here.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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