Sunday’s Breakfast

Ate a bunch of grapes and a mug of green tea on the way to church. Whipped up a batch of sweet potato/banana pancakes when we got home. Decided to make mini pancakes today, using heaping tablespoons of batter. I eyeballed the ingredients, so I don’t know exact measurements, but I had a container of leftover baked sweet potatoes that I mashed with a banana my daughter had partially eaten before church. Added 4 eggs, pie spice, and vanilla extract.

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Not sure if I did something different with the recipe, or if it’s due to the smaller size pancakes, but these came out thick and fluffy compared to previous batches.

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And I’m super excited about this. Healthy, non-dairy, EASY whipped cream. All ya need is a can of full fat coconut milk (NOT SWEETENED!) at a relatively low temperature. It’s been cold here, and I dug this can out of the garage. If your can is warmer/room temp, you may want to stick it in the fridge for a bit before trying this.

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Don’t shake the can before opening it. You only want the thick white stuff on top. Scoop it out, avoiding the thinner milk below. Add a bit of sweetener, and BAM.

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Crazy easy and delicious! 🙂

6 thoughts on “Sunday’s Breakfast

  1. You’re turning into a real chef!! You should think about putting your recipes in a book! Really! They are all very beautiful, healthy and easy. Love mixing the sweet potato and banana for the pancakes.

    1. Thanks! 🙂

      Lol- this recipe would go something like this: grab the potatoes from the fridge that are about to go bad, mix with the banana that’s been sitting on the counter all morning with little toddler-size bite marks all down the sides, add eggs until it looks like pancake batter, and voila! beautiful breakfast! 😉

  2. Wow!! That sounds like a very exciting new look at home cookin’!! Dull cookbooks don’t sell. I think that would grab some attention!

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