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Spelled and banana pancakes


In the time of coronavirus we are trying to use up pantries and fruit baskets. The spelled and banana pancakes in question, again inspired by Donna Hay's book, Life in balancethey were a pleasant discovery to put in pole position together with those of the Faith where it was the apple that made everything super soft and sweet. Taking inspiration from those, here too I did not add sugar (or maple syrup as Donna said), the banana and honey as a topping are more than enough to sweeten this idea for breakfast. This time too, a recipe without milk and without butter, not out of necessity but for the pleasure of trying to lighten it a little.

At the time of quarantine it is useless to go and buy ingredients that are missingyou have to make do with what you have and enjoy that subtle satisfaction that finishing the package of flour that had been open for a while or the banana that was starting to blacken in the basket gives you.
And since we have time in the morning we can prepare them calmly, taking advantage of what we previously spent in traffic to get to work. As far as I'm concerned, this is a problem that I didn't have, the morning traffic problem I mean, but many of you do and therefore, in an attempt to maintain working habits so as not to get too upset, this express pancakes could be a feasible and good one. idea even on weekdays.

Have a good start to the week, 19 days to go. Let's resist #stayhome.

Pancake farro e banana

120 g of wholemeal spelled flour
2 level teaspoons of baking powder
120 g of mashed banana
40 g of albumen
100 g of hazelnut drink
ground cinnamon to taste

To serve:
0% Greek yogurt (or soy)
honeyle d'acacia
1/2 banana
Poppy seeds

DOSES FOR 2 PORTIONS approximately 8 pancakes
Sift the flour and yeast. Take a bowl, combine the flours, the mashed banana, the egg white and the hazelnut drink (IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE HAZELNUT ONE, USE WHAT YOU HAVE AT HOME, obviously cow's milk is also fine), mix with whisk until the mixture is fairly smooth (the mashed banana will always have some lumps).

Heat a non-stick pan or griddle to cook the piadina, lightly grease it with a drop of oil passed over the surface using absorbent paper. When it is hot, pour a ladle of mixture and cook for 2-3 minutes on each side.
Divide the pancakes into two portions, garnish them with a couple of spoons of yogurt, a few banana slices, acacia honey and a sprinkling of poppy seeds.

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