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Here is my Savings Challenge! I wanted to create a saving challenge to help and motivate you to save money.
The savings challenge will help you to save $3000 in 12 months.
- Save a specific amount each month!
- In the end of each month put the money in a dedicated place (E.g. Bank account, wallet & envelope)
- Fill/Check when you meet the monthly savings goal!
You can either print out the Savings Challenge or Save on your device (The pdf is clickable so you can check of the months).
Who knew three ingredients would make such delicious pancakes. Banana pancakes are super simple and easy to make.
I often add cinnamon or/and vanilla powder to make them even more delicious.
These pancakes are great for someone like me that has a sweet tooth, I often make these when I am craving something sweet in the afternoon.
This recipe can make two large pancakes or 4-5 small pancakes.
1 medium Banana (The riper the banana, the sweeter the pancakes)
40 grams / 1,5 oz. Oats (I grind the oats in a blender when I make the pancakes for my son)
Cinnamon to taste (maybe 1/4 of a teaspoon)
Vanilla extract or powder to taste
- In a bowl, mash the banana with a fork (I don’t mash my banana a lot, I love having small banana bits in my pancakes)
- Add the egg and oats.
- Add cinnamon or/and vanilla (optional)
- Heat a pan to medium-hot heat, I grease my pan with butter or coconut oil.
- Place the batter on the pan in circles in your preferred size, I use a spoon to create my preferred pancake shape and distribute the batter so they are not too thick.
- Bake until golden brown on each side.
When I am in a hurry I use my Babycook (food processor/blender) to make the batter.
I add all the ingredients to my Babycook and blend.
Then I just pour the batter straight from the Babycook bowl to the greased pan.
With this method the batter is much smoother.