Anything that is quick and easy to make for George is a win in my book. He is now 10 months old and starting to explore his food a little more than just puree. He still battles a little with anything that is too chunky/textured and gags, but that’s also getting better as he gets a bit older.
Originally when I tried the Baby Led Weaning, I handed him steamed apple to try. He would squish it in his hands and then shake them to get it off… it didn’t go automatically into his mouth. Anything dry however, did go straight into the mouth like biltong, dried mango and crackers/baby rice cakes.
He’s definitely improved with that and now anything squishy or soft he plays with and then puts into his mouth. I’ve realised that George gets to everything in his own time.
I found a 2 ingredient pancake recipe that is carb free and added sugar free, (so Mom can have it too ;)) They are already a hit in our household!
It’s so easy to make and the only hard part is the flipping.
I used the Baby Bullet to blend the ingredients together because I love how smooth it makes the mixture and the mixture is done in 5 seconds flat without any mess.
Let’s get into the recipe, shall we?
- 1 medium ripe banana
- 2 large eggs
(Unsalted butter or coconut oil to fry.)
- Pop the banana and 2 eggs into your baby bullet cup.
- Screw on the blade and Blend.
- Heat a pan up with a little unsalted butter or coconut oil. I used unsalted butter.
- Spoon about 2 tablespoons of the batter into the pan.
TIP: The smaller the better. They aren’t that easy to flip, so if they are small, you’re able to shove a thin egg lifter underneath it to flip it over.
These are the flops… but they still taste delicious…
- Once browned underneath, flip them gently over to cook on the other side.
TIP: Don’t have the pan too hot… rather let them cook a little longer on lower heat, than burn.
There is nothing like a delicious plate of pancakes and a freshly brewed pot of coffee!
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