One of the great things about being a teacher is the relationship you develop with students.
Sometimes I have some pretty personal in-depth conversations.
Other times things are light hearted and fun. People have questions for me or give me some tips.
Recently after one of my yoga classes my students and I were talking about losing weight and maintaining weight with healthy eating and exercise, including a regular yoga practice.
We talked about our go-to snacks and other things we love to eat.
We started talking about what I am calling produce pancakes.
Simple, healthy, delicious and filling.
The first recipe I tried were for the Sweet Potato Pancakes:
- 1 large sweet potato
- 2 eggs
I microwaved the sweet potato until it was soft enough to scoop out. Sweet potato “guts” went into a bowl with 2 eggs. Whipped everything together.
Depending on if you want sweet or savory you can add seasoning to fit your tastes. (Savory: garlic, salt, pepper, onion powder, etc. Sweet: cinnamon, pumpkin pie spices, etc.)
Sprayed some cooking spray into a skillet. Poured the “batter” in skillet.
The recipe made four pancakes.
The next day I tried the Banana Pancakes:
- 1 banana
- 1 egg
Mash up the banana in a bowl and whip with egg. Spray cooking spray into a skillet. Pour the “batter” in skillet.
Makes two pancakes. I added a little peanut butter on top.
Super yummy as a snack or even breakfast.
I have made the Sweet Potatoes Pancakes twice and the Banana Pancakes at least three times.
These recipes can also be found under the Recipe Tab. Check out other fun, yummy, healthy recipes I have shared there as well.