These donuts were another awesome recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction, but the day I made them, the weather was terrible >> hence no beautiful natural lighting. Then I had work on the next day, which of course happened to be gorgeous, and then the weather was awful once again. But they were too good to miss posting about, so here they are, in all their instagram glory.
I can’t make this often, because keeping granola of any kind in the house is my DOWNFALL. Definitely try this recipe if you love crunchy clusters :)
I know it’s odd that I haven’t posted anything even remotely autumny yet, and school is completely to blame.
These recipes are all scheduled wayyy far in advance, because otherwise things would probably be quiet til Christmas. But I’m very much hoping I can squeeze in some baking sometime soon…and as delicious as these are, I am very excited to swap the banana for some pumpkin spice :)
As promised…I added even more nutrition to the pancakes I made the other day.
I love adding in some vegetables to every meal, and when I’m craving something sweet for breakfast, I usually go for overnight oatmeal or a green smoothie. But when it gets a little too cold for an ice-cold smoothie (or let’s be real, when I just want pancakes), I think these are an awesome way to sneak in some greens! I know it sounds a little weird, but just give it a try!
I usually eat the same thing evvvery single morning because I love routine (or maybe I’m just incredibly boring).
But when I’m in the mood for something sweet instead of my usual (spinach & mushroom scrambled eggs with hot sauce…try it, it’s the bomb), I make these pancakes instead!
Super easy, healthy, gluten-free, dairy-free, and no added sugar!
Easy Two-Ingredient Banana Pancakes
1 ripe banana
1 teaspoon baking powder *HIGHLY recommended to make them fluffier!
cinnamon to taste (I like cinnamon a LOT, so I usually use 1/2 teaspoon)
splash of vanilla
fruit…chocolate chips…your normal banana accoutrements ;)
Mash banana in a bowl. Add eggs and blend until combined. Add in baking powder and other additions
Heat up skillet to medium, and cook pancakes! I like to make mini pancakes because they cook more evenly and are easier to flip.
And EVEN healthier spin on these coming soon!