Nut-free, Dairy-free, Grain-free and Gluten free 2 Ingredients Pancake Recipe

This recipe is so easy to follow, you’ll be enjoying healthy pancakes in no time!

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Pancakes. Fiddly and frustrating to make, fatty to eat. Taste amazing though. Surely there must be some sort of middle ground? What if I told you it’s possible to make pancakes from just two ingredients – bananas and eggs? ‘nonsense’ I hear you cry. But it’s true.

One banana and two eggs will knock up a brilliant breakfast for one person – and one that’s full of vitamin b6 – which is normally 
found in fish and meat. It helps to stop skin rashes, fatigue and mood swings and is used with over 100 different enzymes in the body.

They’re also full of manganese which is used for bone production, skin integrity and for blood sugar control. It also protects against free radicals and skin issues, and can even alleviate asthma.

  • 1 banana
  • 2 eggs
  1. Mash up bananas in a large bowl
  2. Whisk eggs and add to banana paste
  3. Fry in a pan on low heat with a little heated oil or butter
Want to make things a bit more interesting? Try some of our favorite combinations and extras.
For the batter:
* 1 tbsp of coconut powder
* A small handful of hazelnuts, almonds or walnuts
* 1 tbsp of peanut butter
* 1 tbsp of raisins
* 1 tsp of cinnamon
* 1 tsp of vanilla extract
* A few thin slices of apple or pears

Topping ideas:
* Honey
* Maple syrup
* Cherries, strawberries
* Yogurt
* Sugar and lemon juice


Getting children to eat healthy.

Everyone knows that vegetables are good for you. But how do you make children want to eat them?Many parents try endlessly to encourage children to eat their vegetables, most of the time with little success. In light of this all-too-common challenge, parents often ask for tips on getting kids to eat more vegetables.

One big mistake many parents make when trying to encourage their child to each vegetables is by force. Try Encourage children to try a spoonful, but don’t get upset if they refuse it. Eventually, they will try it, so keep reintroducing various foods from time to time.

Even young children can learn why nutrition is important. You can simply say: ‘They taste good and make you healthy, big and strong.’

Some helpful tips to make vegetables more appetizing to children.


  • Add extra vegetables to meals by mixing them into foods or adding them as a side dish.
  • Keep a bowl of cherry tomatoes or baby carrots in the refrigerator for a quick and handy snack.
  • Serve raw or lightly steamed vegetables with salad dressing or dips such as hummus or tzatziki.
  • Instead of potatoes, try mashed sweet potato– sweet potatoes contain lots of vitamin A and it tastes delicious.
  • Let children make their own tacos with shredded lettuce, tomato, ground turkey and a little cheese.
  • Try not to overcook vegetables. Light cooking preserves taste, bright appearance and valuable vitamins.
  • Help make your child familiar with vegetables. Serve them every day.
  • Prepare meals together – for example, younger children can wash, and older ones can chop vegetables for stir-fry dishes and salads.
  • Let your child help choose fresh vegetables when you’re shopping, ask them which vegetables they would like to try.
  • Plant a vegetable garden with your child. Or just put a small cherry tomato plant in a pot in a sunny spot in the yard.


If your child is a fussy eater, try slipping them into food by:

  • making muffins with your child and adding pumpkin, zucchini or shredded carrots to the muffin mix
  • tucking a lettuce leaf, a tomato slice or carrot curls into sandwiches
  • adding chopped spinach or a handful of frozen vegetables to soups, ramen noodles, spaghetti sauce or lasagna
  • adding chopped tomato or grated carrots to tuna, chicken or pasta salads
  • cooking frozen mixed vegetables according to the directions and then adding them to store-bought potato salad
  • making pizza with your child and adding chopped broccoli or spinach to frozen pizza or frozen bread dough topped with tomato sauce
  • adding chopped broccoli or extra carrots to canned or dried chicken soup.



Healthy Eating Habits