Pancakes are something that we normally eat on the weekends at my house, most of the time it is for lunch though and not for breakfast. I don’t really feel like going all out and dirtying up the kitchen bright and early in the morning sometimes so that is why I do it for lunch. I sometimes make heart shaped, chocolate chip, or even cinnamon roll pancakes at times. This time thought I made some pancakes that were a bit different then what I normally do. I searched over some recipes about gluten free pancakes and after a while I decided to give it a go and see what I could come up with from what I read about some other recipes. The rest of the family actually even ended up liking my pancakes better then the ones that I made for them. I was very surprised when I first took a bite of them and they were so moist and fluffy and very sweet. I even added the SunnButter that I made since I have been trying to find good ways to use it other then just putting it on some apples.
Banana – 1
Apple – 1 small
SunButter – 1/2 cup
Eggs – 3
Vanilla – 1 tbsp
Baking Soda – 1/2 tsp
This recipe is so easy and you can even use it in your waffle iron if wanted to make some delicious waffles as well. Take the banana, apple (cored), and sunbutter and put in your food processor and mix until all has been combined. Once all is combined add the eggs, vanilla, and baking soda and pulse a few more times for it to come together into a batter such as you would have for pancakes, mine was a bit runnier then I had thought it should be but don’t worry it will cook up just fine.
Poor on your heated skillet the pancake mixture until bubbles come to the top just as if you were cooking any other pancakes and then carefully flip the pancake and cook the other side.
You can top them with anything that you would like but they are sweet enough without anything added on top of them.