Banana Flapjack ( Wheat and Dairy free)

This is quick and easy recipe I have shared with chefs in Africa, India and Indonesia to create a delicious treat with readily available ingredients. Whether they are served at breakfast, tea time or as a desert, these pancakes are a tasty treat for anyone that suffers from being gluten or lactose intolerant!

Working as a Food and Beverage Manager for years, was a creative journey that I loved and I was always on the look out for unique recipes for any guests with special dietary requirements, or food allergies. As a travel designer for World Wildlife Journeys , I now get to travel with Russell and our clients on safari to many remote and beautiful places around the world. One of the most fulfilling aspects of this, is that I get to transfer some of these skills training staff while helping them plan appropriate menus for our guests.

Serve with natural yogurt and fruit or with drizzle of honey or maple syrup

Banana Flapjack Recipe – 10 Flap jacks

  • 2 ripe Banana (large bananas)
  • 4 eggs
  • pinch of baking powder
  • pinch of salt

Mash bananas until smooth add 2 eggs a pinch of salt and a pinch of baking powder and mix up until smooth.

Spray non stick frying pan with oil. On the gas stove I use medium heat to cook this recipe – wait for pan to heat up – drop water in the pan and if it disappears, you are good to go . Using a table spoon – spoon mixture into the pan and allow to spread – you can fit 5 in a pan. Watch the edges – once white you can use your spatula to turn over – once golden on both sides, they are ready.

Important – add more oil to pan with each batch and don’t let the pan get too hot

Author : Leanne Gammon

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