These are flat-out delicious. While the full recipe calls for three bananas, the flavor isn’t overpowering. And unlike several wheatless/flourless pancakes I’ve tried in the past, these easily rise and are light and fluffy! The bananas will give you a carb boost as well as the potassium you need for your muscles to recover, making these a quick, easy and tasty go-to both before and after a training run or race. Continue Reading →
- 1 cup all-purpose flour – try almond or wheat flour
- 1/2 cup flaked coconut – make sure the flakes are unsweetened
- 1/2 cup rolled oats
- 1 tsp. baking soda
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon Continue Reading →
I admit it! I did it in the kitchen. Some of you may not think twice about what I did – others of you will be skeptical about it (however, as you’ll later read, I’m not quite the culinary rebel I thought).
My sister got a new juicer, and as I watched her stuff ginger, celery, kale, carrots and green apples into the grinder, my wheels started turning. While she was starry-eyed over the resulting juice, I could already taste the bread I was going to make out of her waste (it’s ok to cringe a bit over that comment).
She hesitantly agreed to let me have the colorful slaw-looking mound she’d normally throw away, and I whip up my concoction, a little too excited that I just might be breaking some baking rules. The result is a delightful smelling loaf of this: ———————————>
It definitely doesn’t look pretty, but we all know good things come in sketchy packages. Have you ever seen meatloaf? (The food, not the singer – though both are questionable at first glance). Continue Reading →