HempE Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes

This mouth watering banana pancake recipe is gluten-free, vegan, and allergy friendly –  making them a hit in every kitchen.  They come out moist and fluffy, just like banana bread and have a crispy outside, the perfect combination!

HempE Banana Pancakes
HempE Banana Pancakes
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Ingredients
HempE Banana Pancakes
Flour Mixture - yields approximately 7 cups - Pre-mix these ingredients & store in a container for future use.
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Mix Flax and water together, set aside. In large bowl, combine all dry ingredients.
  2. Preheat griddle pan on medium heat.
  3. Add oil, flax "egg", vanilla, and almond milk into your flour mixture. Blend well. Stir in mashed bananas.
    Add oil, flax "egg", vanilla, and almond milk into your flour mixture. Blend well. Stir in mashed bananas.
  4. Wet your hands, and then flick your fingers above the pan to test. If it's heated and ready for batter, the water will sizzle and evaporate quickly.
  5. Pour batter onto pan, a spoon full per pancake. Cook approx. 3 mins per side, being careful not to burn. This picture shows when they're ready to flip. Since they cook a little more like banana bread than a pancake, if you wait for bubbles to pop, they will be a bit overcooked.
    Pour batter onto pan, a spoon full per pancake. Cook approx. 3 mins per side, being careful not to burn.   This picture shows when they're ready to flip.  Since they cook a little more like banana bread than a pancake, if you wait for bubbles to pop, they will be a bit overcooked.
  6. Enjoy!
    Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Make you Banana Pancakes Serve with your choice of butter, Earth Balance margarine, peanut butter, almond butter, hemp butter.... sliced bananas, or any other topping your heart desires!

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Gluten, Dairy and Egg Free Batter

This batter is perfect for fish or chicken strips. Allergy friendly, plus so much extra nutrition!

Gluten, Dairy and Egg Free Batter
Gluten, Dairy and Egg Free Batter
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Crispy, nutritious, and delicious batter!!
Servings Prep Time
6 people 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
6 people 10 minutes
Gluten, Dairy and Egg Free Batter
Gluten, Dairy and Egg Free Batter
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Crispy, nutritious, and delicious batter!!
Servings Prep Time
6 people 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
6 people 10 minutes
Ingredients
"Flour"
"Milk and Egg" Replacer
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Mix all dry ingredients together in 1 bowl to create your flour. In another bowl, mix chia seeds and water together. Let stand for 3-5 mins, and then add milk. Whisk well until combined.
    Mix all dry ingredients together in 1 bowl to create your flour. In another bowl, mix chia seeds and water together. Let stand for 3-5 mins, and then add milk. Whisk well until combined.
  2. Coat fish/chicken in the flour.
    Coat fish/chicken in the flour.
  3. Then move into "egg and milk" bowl, and coat well.
  4. Transfer back into the flour bowl and coat well.
    Transfer back into the flour bowl and coat well.
  5. Fry in a generous amount of oil approx. 6 minutes/side, depending on your meat. Ensure internal temperature indicates meat is cooked before serving. I substituted tartar sauce for hummus, as it's allergy friendly for our family.
    Fry in a generous amount of oil approx. 6 minutes/side, depending on your meat. Ensure internal temperature indicates meat is cooked before serving. I substituted tartar sauce for hummus, as it's allergy friendly for our family.
Recipe Notes

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Hemp isn’t Marijuana!?

HempE Cannabis Info Page

You Can’t Get High from Hemp Seeds

“Can you smoke it?” “Isn’t hemp marijuana?” “I’m not ready to jump on the pot wagon yet” “Is it safe for my kids?” and “Can I eat hemp when I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?” are the most common questions I’m asked.

I would like to assure you that consuming hemp seeds is as safe as sunflower, sesame, chia, flax, or pumpkin seeds. You could literally smoke an entire hemp field (if you really wanted to…) and you could not get high – it is impossible! There are many varieties within the cannabis species.

The easiest way I can explain it is to compare cannabis to mushrooms. There are mushrooms we eat, many of them in fact, and some of them are known to be powerful superfoods! Then there are mushrooms that have psychoactive effects, which we must be careful not to eat.

Hemp is tall and lanky, “marijuana” is short and plump. Both plants look completely different when you compare them side by side. Mushrooms, too, look different. Heck, we could even look at how many different varieties there are of apples, potatoes, tomatoes, or cherries.

Hemp is no different. All cannabis plants make cannabinoids in different concentrations. THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid in “marijuana” or “pot”. THC is virtually non-existent in the hemp plant – like a flea in a dump truck!

Some people think that the plant has been altered, the THC removed, the males removed so that the females’ buds turn to seed. None of this is true. In fact, you can’t even grow hemp alongside “marijuana”, or both crops will fail.

The cannabis plant had existed for thousands of years across the world, and utilized for endless purposes until only about 80 years ago. Propaganda has evolved the way humanity sees nature. The species was banned in Canada in 1938. The US government actively encouraged farmers to grow hemp for fiber and oil during World War II, cultivation ceasing by 1958. Believe it or not, hemp was re-legalized for industrial use in Canada almost 20 years ago (since 1998)!

Mother nature put every plant on this earth for a reason, she gave us this gift! To me, it is a crime that mankind decided nature shouldn’t exist. Although I’m not free to plant hemp in my garden (without a license from Health Canada), I am grateful that I have access to it. I can buy it in the grocery or health food stores and feed it to my family. It is a full balanced meal on it’s own, so I never have to worry if they’re getting the nutrition they need. Plus, they love the delicious nutty taste, and it’s nice and soft for easy chewing.

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