A generous recipe, homemade and with good products.
This recipe is very quick and easy to make, ideal for your family breakfasts and weekend snacks.
Our Healthy Twist: treat yourself! For us, being "healthy" does not mean dieting. Being healthy means finding balance in our fast-paced lives. It's about taking the time to cook dishes that make us feel good. It's about listening to your body and trusting it. We would rather cook delicious pancakes dripping with maple syrup than heat up a diet meal in the microwave. Trust your cravings, and they will repay you!
Our pancakes make us feel good and make our taste buds happy.
What could be more healthy than that?
The ingredients you need for about 30 Pancakes:
- 2 ripe bananas for preparation and 1 younger banana for presentation
- 2 eggs
- 2 teacups of milk
- 2.5 teacups of flour
- 1 sachet of baking powder
- 60g melted butter
- 1 lemon
- maple syrup (choose an American or Canadian brand)
- vanilla extract
- and some walnuts for decoration!
The essentials of this recipe :
- A salad bowl for your preparation
- A beautiful cake plate for your presentation
- Dessert plates for your tasting
Start by preparing your fermented milk: fill the equivalent of two teacups with milk and squeeze a lemon. Stir and leave it aside for about ten minutes.
In the meantime, prepare the bananas: remove the skin from the bananas and mash them with a fork in your Salad Bowl. The mixture should be fairly homogeneous but you can leave small pieces of banana.
For the dough: add the two eggs, vanilla extract, 50g melted butter (reserve the rest for baking) and the two teacups of fermented milk. Stir in the flour a little at a time, followed by the yeast packet. Mix until the dough becomes liquid.
Move on to cooking: Melt a knob of butter in a frying pan. In the hot pan, pour a ladleful of pancake batter into your pan. Small air bubbles should rise to the surface, a sign that your pancake will be airy. Once the bubbles have risen, you can turn it over. When your pancake is golden brown, you can remove it from the pan and place it on your cake plate. Continue until your bowl of batter is empty.
Presentation: the presentation is the last step in your recipe, but not the least! For us, the pleasure of eating well comes first through the eyes and the sense of smell. This is why we have designed our tableware to enhance any of your dishes. Discover all our beautiful pieces on our website and in our Boutique Atelier in Paris.
For a real treat, add thin slices of banana to your pancakes. Add a few walnut kernels, breaking them up roughly by hand. And when everyone is ready to eat, pour in the maple syrup.
It's ready. Yummy!