Food

Sweet pancakes

I haven’t had that many cravings during my pregnancy other then the occasional chocolate, ice cream and carrot.. yes, lots of carrots lately. But thats not what I wanted to share. My new favorite food is actually banana pancakes.

I don’t know who came up with this cleaver and easy meal but I first tasted it after  Blogilates shared the recipe. I did struggle with flipping the pancake and getting it done on both side but after some tries and fails I finally found out what works the best. The best part is that you only need two ingredients, amazing right! It’s super healthy and they’re already sweet so you don’t necessarily need any toppings. So here’s how you do it.


♥ 2 eggs ♥ 1 banana ♥ Olive oil

1. Mix two eggs and the banana with a fork or in a mixer.
2. Use a frying pan on low heat, add your cooking oil and pour the batter with a spoon to make small pancakes.
3. Wait a couple of minutes, the first side usually needs long then the second one. And once it’s easy to remove you flip the pancake over.

Perfect for a mid-day snack or maybe even breakfast with your favorite smoothie.

Enjoy!


Elizabeth

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Life

When weekend comes

I’ve missed you so dearly, my friend. Mr. Friday, finally you’ve arrived. And even though I won’t have enough time for you today I thank you for coming because this means one more day, one more week to look forward to, and only 12 days till Christmas Eve. We’re halfway there. A year ago I would never imagen I would be where I am today. I could never believe the love, the heartache or the challenges I’ve gone through. This year, more than any other year, has passed so fast it’s hard to wrap my head around. I wish I could passe back to the begging, to where it all started. I miss the start. I miss my old friends, loved ones. They will be in my heart forever, but nevertheless I miss them deeply.

I wish so profoundly that I knew why everything happens. But I guess only time will tell. I also wish that you knew how much you mean to me. But I guess you do.

I choose to be happy, but that doesn’t mean that I am.

Elizabeth