Monday, June 19, 2017

Curt's Healthier Banana Pancake A New Tradition

Curt's Healthier Banana Pancake A New Tradition

These came out gorgeous!

Highly Recommend only REAL maple syrup! But honestly these didn't need any!

Ingredients and Instructions:
1 Cup of King Arthur 100% Whole Wheat Flour
2 Tsp of Baking Power
1 Tbsp of Stevia Sweetener
Pinch of Salt

Mix these in a bowl thoroughly and then set aside until banana mixture is ready to mix in.

Pre-heat Griddle or Cast Iron Skillet to low to medium-low heat
Spray with non-stick spray either butter flavored or coconut oil based like I used

Take 2 ripe Banana's and add to a zip-lock bag and mash until completely pulverized
Add one cup of Milk
1 Egg beaten
1 Tsp of Vanilla Real or Imitation
2 Tbsp of Canola Oil
Blend Well inside the bag, shake it mash it. <The kids love this part!

Take blended bag of goodies and add to dry mixture and blend well. It will be lumpy and do not worry this is normal.

This is what it will look like in bad lighting.

Add a Tsp of Butter to the skillet for Each pancake before adding batter to pan, this will crisp up the pancakes on the outside and add flavor. You could use margarine if you wish, however I believe butter to be better for you and for flavor. (Opinion)

P.S. It would be wise to let cool before you eat these, as the banana will burn your mouth.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Pan Fried Chicken with Garlic Butter and Herb Recipe

Simple, tender juicy pan fried chicken. If you want an easy meal you just found it

Pan Fried Garlic Herb Chicken Recipe

4 smashed garlic cloves
6 tablespoons butter
salt and pepper to taste
4 boneless chicken breast
olive oil
oregano, rosemary and parsley to taste 
red pepper flakes to taste

Mash the butter in a bowl adding the herbs and spices. 

Cut a 2 inch pocket in each chicken breast and stuff them with 2 teaspoons of the butter mixture. Season outside with more salt and pepper

In a heavy large skillet heat around 4 tablespoons olive oil.  Saute the chicken on both sides turning at around 8 minutes. Spread with remaining garlic butter on the outside and serve.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Olaf Food Art Recipe

Having a child got us to get a little more creative this is something my fiance made for a birthday party that was a huge hit with all the kids and shush the adults loved them too! So easy to make and you will have fun doing it as well!

Graham crackers
Small and large marshmallows
Chocolate licorice cut up for hair and arms
chocolate frosting and toothpicks to make eyes
candy corn orange part to make nose
Blue frosting for Olaf to lay down on
Powdered sugar to sprinkle over the whole thing when completed for snow effect

Spread graham crackers with blue frosting. Cut marshmallows to fit. Cut the licorice to be frayed for hair and for arms. Small marshmallows for feet.

You can use whatever you like but this is what we came up with!