I love pancakes (who doesn’t?!) These little ones are great topped with fresh fruit and yoghurt for breakfast or brunch, or served as an afternoon tea much like drop scones with cream and jam. Sounds naughty but it needn’t be, if you have organic cream or whipped coconut cream sweetened with honey and a fresh sugar-free berry fridge jam then everything is good for you and totally nourishing.
- Put the bananas, eggs and honey in a food processor and purée until light and fluffy (or use a bowl and a stick blender). Add the coconut, almond meal and baking powder and beat to combine.
- Heat up a tiny amount of coconut oil or ghee in your frying pan over a low to medium heat.
- Cook in batches, allowing a biggish spoonful of mix per pancake – too big and they are really hard to flip.
- Cook thoroughly – they should take about 11⁄2 minutes on each side; you will know when to flip them once little bubbles start to appear on the surface.
- Keep warm and continue to cook the rest of the batter, adding a little more oil to the pan between batches.
- Serve while hot and delicious with some of your favourite toppings.
Extract from Nourish by Amber Rose, Sadie Frost and Holly Davidson (Kyle Books, £19.99)
Photography by David Loftus