Before you start making these, please make sure your baby tolerates the ingredients and you’ve already introduced him/her to cow’s milk. Also, you could, if you wish, to change the cow’s milk with a nut milk that you’ve cold pressed at home. Do not use store-bought nut milks please.
I know that you wouldn’t want to give your baby ready-made pancakes (and most likely, you shouldn’t), nor you want to share the pancakes you made for yourself since they might contain refined sugars (hoping you will change that to honey or dates or birch sugar, though!), so after trial here I will share Astrid’s favorite pancakes:
- 2dl oat flour (or einkorn flour, if you have)
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 ripe banana
- 1 egg
- 125ml full-fat milk
- In a bowl add egg and milk and mix together until soft. Add mashed ripe banana and mix.
- To this add the flour, baking powder and baking soda. Mix until combined. You can add a little pinch of cinnamon if you wish and your baby likes it.
- In a hot iron cast pan, fry the pancakes in butter.
- Leave to cook a little before serving so you don’t burn your baby inside of the mouth.
I served them to her with whipped cream, which she loved. Please make sure to introduce your child to cow’s milk before you do this.