Easy tray pancakes

Easy tray pancakes

Weekends are for pancakes!

Most kids love pancakes, but if like me you hate standing at the stove for 30 minutes flipping them and listening to the kids screaming ‘are they ready yet?’ This recipe is for you.

It’s so easy, just mix, pour and bake. Everyone gets to eat at the same time and your not standing around for ages….win, win!

I didn’t have any yogurt this morning so we just had ours with rice syrup. You can use whatever fruit you have too. Plus you can change up the flours to any you prefer.

Enjoy 😊

Ingredients:

2 flax eggs (14g ground flax seed and 10g water)

2 ripe bananas

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 tsp baking powder

1 tsp cinnamon

1/4 cup organic rice syrup (plus extra for serving)

3/4 cup organic buckwheat flour

1 cup organic wholemeal flour

2 1/4 cups soy milk (or any plant milk you like)

1 1/2 cups mixed frozen berries

Method:

Preheat oven to 180 degrees

Line a square 10 inch pan with baking paper

* In your thermomix or food processor add:

2 flax eggs – mix gently for a few seconds and leave it to thicken for a minute while you get the other ingredients ready

* Add in the bananas, vanilla, cinnamon, rice syrup if using and baking powder. Blend until smooth; around 10 seconds

* Add buckwheat flour, wholemeal flour, soy milk and blend until combined

* Add berries and mix gently, being careful not to break up the berries

* Pour into lined tray and tap it on the bench to ensure the mixture is even

* Bake on the top shelf for 20-25 mins. The top should be nice and brown and the berries gently bursting

* Leave to cool for 5 minutes before slicing

* Serve with fresh fruit, your favourite yogurt and or rice syrup

Transitioning workshop

Transitioning workshop

Simone’s Plant Based Cooking Classes are your gateway to creating and eating vibrant, mostly organic and healthy vegan food.

I believe that food should serve your body and mind well. The plant based lifestyle is a way of fueling yourself that is enjoyable, simple and sustainable.

This 3 hour transition class will give you the information, tools, motivation and recipes to start your own journey into discovering plant based foods.

The topics we’ll cover are:

* The science

* What is a plant based diet?

* Discover your why & motivations

* What to eat?

* How to start

* How to include your family

* Recipes

* Shopping lists

* Goal setting & planning
The cost of the workshop is $100 per person and includes:

* A work book with all the information you need, including motivational tips, resources and useful websites.

* My ebook of family friendly recipes (worth $25)

* Nibbles & light dinner
Numbers are limited to 10, so book early as places will fill up fast. Come alone or bring a friend, but you’ll leave with a new community of friendship and support.

It will be held at @the open space in New Plymouth 3pm – 6pm.

Email or call me to book your space.

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