Pancake Sunday

by - 07:52

For over a year i could not make pancakes, because i had an old pan. How annoying is that?!
Thing is, that pancake making is an expertise on its own and i have never been really good at it. 
So lucky me, i have gotten a pan from my friend (perfect size and best present ever). I love when people give you stuff you actually need. Especially these house tools, i am too stingy to spend the money on it. 
Anyway first Sunday after i got this amazing pan , i decided its time for another try. I prepared the pastry one night before and stored it in the fridge, so when you wake up you can directly start frying.
These Pancakes are without added sugars, the sweetness mainly comes from the ripe Banana. You can make them glutenfree, if you use another flour (and they are vegan of course)
What you need:
a very good new pan! 
1 very ripe Banana
1 Tsp Lemon Juice
1dl Oatmilk
1 Tsp Coconut Oil
1 dl Spelt Flour
1 dl Water
1/2 Tsp Vanilla Powder
1 Tsp Corn Starch
1/2 Tsp Baking Powder
2 Tbsp Sunflower Seeds
1/2 Apple
1 tsp Coconut Oil
1 slice orange
2 Tbsp Soyjoghurt
Vanilla Powder
Prepare your pastry by adding Banana and Lemon Juice in a Bowl. Start mashing your Banana with a fork, until its a fluent mass. Add on the rest of the ingredients and stirr very well. The pastry should be liquid, so easy to pour into the pan. The starch helps it to stick together, instead of an egg.
Heat up your pan and add a tiny bit of coconut oil. It should be really hot when you pour the pastry into it, so the pancake directly starts to cook. 
This is really serious business, since you hardly know when you can turnover the pancake. I discovered that with these ones you can see that one side is ready, as soon as the air bubbles inside escape to the top. 
If you are professional you can try to flip your pancakes, but i use a normal spatula.
Don't get discouraged, the first one looks always shit. 
For the topping mix the juice of 1/2 slice orange with vanilla and soyjoghurt.
Then start roasting the sunflower seeds with a bit of coconut oil in a Pan. 
Cut your apple in small pieces, i used a very old one (they get much sweeter after a while).
Add your apples and spice them with cinnamon. Fry until they are slightly crunchy.
Decorate on your plate and enjoy

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