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Banana Pancake in a panini press

驻谞拽讬讬拽 讘谞谞讛 讘讟讜住讟专

A little extra from me:

  • Can be kept in the fridge in a sealed box for up to 3 days. It鈥檚 really tasty even when it鈥檚 cold straight out of the fridge.
  • Of course you can also make the pancake in the oven preheated to 355掳F (180C), in an oven-safe dish. Flatten the mixture and bake for between 5-10 minutes. The toaster version is 100 times tastier 馃檪
  • On the vegan version I recommend sticking to the recipe and not trying to bake the pancake in the oven, it’s a bit complex.
  • I recommend eating it in close proximity to when you make it. If you pre-made it for a work day / picnic, make sure to pack it well so that your pancake doesn鈥檛 get dry.
  • You can choose not to add chocolate filling and add any other filling you like or not to add one at all 馃檪
  • Oat flour can be substituted for coconut flour / buckwheat flour / 2 tablespoons of spelt flour (Contains gluten).
  • Click here to see how to grind oat flour at home.
  • Enjoy, give in, experience, share and most importantly smile 馃檪

Banana Pancake in a panini press – stages of preparation | image: Essy Roz

Banana Pancake in a panini press – stages of preparation | image: Essy Roz

Banana Pancake in a panini press | image: Essy Roz

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