I tried this, and finally got them right... for me the key is using enough oil and letting them set firmly, as other people mentioned. Then they honestly look like a pancake. A tiny drizzle of maple syrup and omnomnom.
just did this with sweet potato + egg. works even better!
I did 1 egg and 80g cooked sweet potato!
eKatherine - i just came here to post that i toss in some cocoa powder and make "banana chocolate scrambled eggs." This keeps it sugar free. It works for me, but may not be for everyone.
Thanks for this. I just made these for my daughter for a Friday treat (I am feeling terribly sorry for her because she takes after me in everything and now it seems that includes my wheat allergy andshe has agreed to come off wheat completely for a while after lots of constipation) and she was thrilled. I used two large eggs to one medium banana because I wanted think pacakes for folding. Presumably if I wanted to make thick fluffy pancakes for stacking I could just reduce the eggs? I made a chocolate sauce with dark choc (70%) melted and full-fat creme fraiche stirred in. Happy little pigling :-)
Those of you who add almond flour? Is it much finer than ground almonds? If I didn't have almond flour would ground almonds do the same job?
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