Sweet Bean Pancakes [Vegan]

Gluten Free Dairy Free Vegan Recipe for Sweet Bean Pancakes
1 can organic kidney beans, drained
2 bananas
dash sea salt
1/2 c. organic brown rice flour
1 T. aluminum free baking powder
2 T. organic virgin coconut oil (for frying)
1 T. organic coconut flour
1 T. cinnamon
1-2 T. shredded coconut
1 T. honey or agave nectar
1 T. natural brown sugar

Gluten Free Dairy Free Vegan Recipe for Sweet Bean Pancakes
Drain the kidney beans and add to a large bowl along with the two bananas. Mash the beans and bananas until most of the beans are pulverized (I left a few beans whole for texture and color). Once the beans and bananas are mashed, mix in the remaining ingredients. Stir the batter until it is thick and pasty.

Gently simmer the coconut oil in a frying pan until it's melted (coconut oil is solid at room temperature). Fry the pancakes on medium heat for 3-4 minutes per side or until golden brown. The pancakes are thick so the edges will not bubble up like normal pancakes; you will have to be cautious to flip the pancakes before they burn. Between batches, be sure to respray the pan and replenish coconut oil so the pancakes do not stick. Serve hot with a topping of your choice.

These pancakes are so rich on their own that they probably don't even need any topping! Yum, yum ... I ate three right out of the pan after I already had my own breakfast :) This is a great way to incorporate fiber and protein into your morning.

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1 comment:

  1. WOW! I am shocked how good these are!!! I had such a craving for pancakes this morning, but am doing the low carb thing right now.

    I made a few substitutions and additions based on what was in my kitchen and my lo- carb diet:

    1/2 cup Chia Seed Flour for the Brown Rice Flour
    Garbanzo beans for the kidney beans
    4 packets of eritreol (sugar alcohol) for the 1 T brown sugar

    I also added:
    1 T carob powder (barely tasted)
    1 tsp vanilla
    1 tsp or so tahini
    small handful of sesame seeds

    The batter tasted too sweet at first, so I added the Tahini and sesame seeds. The batter looked so weird I thought "these are going to be horrible!" but to my sweet surprise, they were amazing!!!

    I served them with some fresh, cut strawberries and cultured butter on top. OMG! Really doesn't need anything on top, much, it has such a delicate and delicious flavor all on its own.

    Thanks so much!


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