- 3 bananas
- 1.5 cups corn flour
- 1 cup of soy milk or any other alternative milk
- A pinch of salt
- Blend all ingredients together, if it is too thin add more flour. If it is too think add more milk. I use a stick blender for this, but any blender should suit.
- Pour your mix into a lightly oiled pan that is hot. I often pour oil into a pan and then spread it around with a “paint brush” to thin it out.
- Once you see a few bubbles forming or see the edges become rigid, flip em!
- I love to have walnuts in my pancakes, and sometimes dark chocolate-chips! I hand place them onto the pancakes right after I pour the pancake batter on the pan.
Zero Waste Tip: Flour can be bought in bulk, so bring your own bag or jar to an organic shop or grocery store and fill them up! If you don’t have this option available, look for flour that comes in a cardboard box or paper, then compost the packaging. Alternative milks often come in Terra-Packaging, which in most places cannot be recycled easily, and often go to landfill. Instead you can make your own oat or almond milk relatively easily at home, and again, oats and almonds are easily found in bulk, making it a great zero waste project.
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