Food on Friday: Elvis-Style Egg & Banana Pancakes – 26 Sept

Writing blog posts on an iPad mini is so hard you guys. 😦

(First world problems at their finest…)

This is a day late (and an hour shy of being two days late); I decided to wait until I had a new computer to finish writing it altogether. Sorry!

Anyway, here are some links I enjoyed that are about food and I’ll give you a lil recipe at the end. It’s a good one!

Every woman needs to read this. Can we all just agree to eat what we want and not judge others on their food choices plz? 😦

These look so cute and yummy! No summer is not over what are you talking about. *Serious face*

Love ice cream recipes that don’t require an ice cream machine! Like seriously, when is it ever practical to buy an ice cream machine??

This is glorious looking.

The fruits we’re all buying wrong & how to fix this.

I feel like I post an Iowa Girl Eats recipe every week, but for realz, look at this? Nom.

Off the drugs, onto the cupcakes. 




I’m have to apologise for the photography here. Sadly I have a new gas cooker and I still haven’t figured out the settings so pretty much everything gets overdone, shall we say… These were still really yummy though and didn’t taste burned at all!


  • 1 banana
  • 1 largeish egg
  • 1 small tablespoon porridge oats
  • Half teaspoon cinnamon
  • Pinch of salt
  • Coconut oil or other fat of choice
  • Bacon (I used one rasher of hickory smoked bacon which was delish.)
  • Peanut butter
  • Other toppings of your choice, like Greek yoghurt, granola, fresh berries, etc.
  1. Mash the egg and banana together in a bowl with the porridge oats and the cinnamon and salt. I find the oats make the pancakes hold together a little easier and add texture too, but feel free to do without.
  2. Put a frying pan onto the cooker at a medium heat, and melt your coconut oil if that’s what you’re going for.
  3. Add your bacon to the pan and cook that to your liking.
  4. Next turn the heat down, and add your pancake mixture in whatever shape pancakes you’d like.
  5. Cook as you would normal pancakes. Turn them over when they seem solid enough to do so!
  6. When your little stack of pancakes are all done, layer them with the bacon and peanut butter and add whatever additional toppings you like.
  7. Enjoy!




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