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Clean Eating Sweet Breakfast Omelette

www.thekitchenshed.co.ukwww.thekitchenshed.co.ukwww.thekitchenshed.co.ukSo, this is an interesting breakfast and I am completely aware that it will not be everyone’s cup of tea. To be honest with you, I don’t eat bananas so it’s not even my cup of tea BUT it is something that my little boys enjoy so I am happy to make it for them.

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Bananas are one of a good handful of foods that trigger migraines for me. Sucks! I would love to eat them and this would be a brilliant low carb, paleo style breakfast for me to incorporate into my meals but sadly that will not be happening any time soon.

If you are a fan of the banana pancakes then you are quite likely to enjoy this too. A good drizzle of maple syrup and a side of fresh fruit and you have a beautiful grain free breakfast that will keep you full until your next meal.

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Clean Eating Sweet Breakfast Omelette

Clean Eating Sweet Breakfast Omelette

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If you are a fan of the banana pancakes then you are quite likely to enjoy this too. A good drizzle of maple syrup and a side of fresh fruit and you have a beautiful grain free breakfast that will keep you full until your next meal.

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Instructions

  1. Place the oil in a small one person size non stick pan.
  2. Melt over a medium low heat and place in the bananas in a single layer.
  3. Let the bananas cook for a couple of minutes until they start to colour slightly, then flip them over.
  4. Whisk up the eggs and cinnamon and pour over the top of the bananas.
  5. Cook gently and slowly over a low heat until the top is mostly all set. Flip over and cook for a further minute on the other side.
  6. Serve with a drizzle of maple syrup and fresh fruit.

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    Clare
    19th January 2016 at 10:27 am

    Made something similar this morning – one banana, two eggs whizzed up in a blender to make a pancake batter – fry and serve with berries or whatever! Really easy, quick and simple!

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      The Kitchen Shed
      19th January 2016 at 12:12 pm

      Sounds brilliant Clare, It’s surprisingly filling too!

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    Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy
    19th January 2016 at 12:23 pm

    We call these 2 ingredient pancakes in our house and we love them! I sometimes add some nut butter to them too. Yum!

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      The Kitchen Shed
      22nd January 2016 at 9:36 pm

      My boys love the pancakes with nut butter too! 2 ingredient pancakes are genius ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Tracy Matheson-Smith
    25th January 2016 at 11:09 am

    Made this yesterday. Really wasn’t sure how it was going to be but it was delicious. I put a small sprinkle of coconut sugar onto the bananas as they cooked and this went like toffee. Yummy! Tx

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