Peanut Butter, Chocolate and Banana Pancakes – 1sp

Always keen to try new ways to jazz up banana pancakes, I thought the peanut butter and chocolate combo would work a treat and I have to say, I was definitely right. I love these little pancakes as they feel so indulgent and yet they are only 1sp per portion. So whether you are making these for pancake day, as breakfast or for a snack they will be sure to hit the spot!

 

Ingredients
Makes 6 pancakes
Serves 2 =
1sp per person (Flex)

2 eggs, beaten
2 bananas, 1 well mashed and 1 sliced

4 tbsp 0% fat Greek yoghurt

2 tbsp PB2 powder

2 tsp Sweet Freedom Choc Shot

Sprinkle of cinnamon


Method
In a large bowl mix together the mashed banana and beaten eggs.

Take a large frying pan, spray with low cal spray and warm to a high heat.

Using a ladle, drop a sixth of the mixture into one corner of the pan. The pancake should be around the size of a large mug and quite thin.

Cook each on one side for 1-2 minutes and then flip quickly using a spatula (you need to be quick with this otherwise you risk the pancakes falling apart a little) and then cook on the other side for 1-2 minutes.

Remove from the pan, pop on a plate and repeat with the remaining 3 pancakes.

Mix the PB2 with the yoghurt and drizzle over the Pancakes. Finish with a drizzle of choc shot (1 tsp per person), a sprinkle of cinnamon and any extra fruit you fancy.

Enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “Peanut Butter, Chocolate and Banana Pancakes – 1sp

  1. Colleen Gray says:

    Hi there ,can I please ask what PB2 is , as I’ve never heard of it . Also where do you buy it ? Thankyou very much x😁

    • lakettle says:

      Hey Colleen, it’s peanut butter powder, tastes just like the normal stuff but much lower in points! I get mine in Sainsburys 😊 x

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