Must try this.
Seriously. This is fantastic. My daughter wanted pancakes for her birthday. I did not have any of so I was trying to come up with a grain free option. This is the result. We made them first with under ripe bananas and then with over ripe (yellow/brown) plantains. Both excellent.
This is a three ingredient recipe. I know -incredible. A triple batch feeds our family of 8. Pull out the blender and let’s get it made.
1 plantain or 1 1/2 bananas
1 tbs coconut flour
Blend. Make pancakes. You can grease the pan with whatever you have on hand. On our griddle it did not need anything…although the hubby does like a bit of butter on his cakes :).
Top with maple syrup, dried fruit, or yogurt and nuts!
Done. Easy peasy, super fluffy, I don’t think anyone would guess these are without wheat…
I love mud. I love it outside, in the sun, with a hose near by and the ambient temperature high enough to balance out the cold of icy well water. Yes, I love mud.
I do not love mud in my house, on the floors, under my nails, or filling my washer. In the spring we live in the balance, the balance of glorious mud and silent tub scrubbing.
Life is mud. Life is glorious and messy. It is delightful and a full of trials. In the midst of it all we live. I am learning I can live FULLY ALIVE, without anxiety. It is hard for me to not be anxious when playing with mud leaves stacks of laundry, dirty floors, and grimy tubs. It is in those moments I choose to carry the same joy and excitement to the reaponsibilies that follow the mess or I carry something else. I can enjoying the sun and the silent scrubbing. I can be anxious for nothing. It is a beautiful thing.
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6-7 NKJV)
This is such an amazing day. May your celebration be filled with joy and love. May the amazing news that Jesus Lives, touch every part of your heart. Love you all, Lisa D.
~What she discovered in her garden was something more than flowers. It was healing, life and love. It seemed to bloom with the roses. I think in finding the secret garden she found a hidden inheritance waiting to come alive.~
Sometimes it is good to remember. As I dust off the encouragement a of last year take a deep breath in and relish these moment of spring.
(Repost) This is a season where everything is growing and changing and coming to life right before our very eyes. We can not see it. There are few buds edging with green. I can not see the crocuses through the snow. Yet, they are growing.
The sap runs, the breeze blows and on it I hear the distant cries of scouting robins, blue birds, and sparrows in search of their new home. Inside the house life is changing, shifting, growing. We are preparing, cleaning, removing and reorganizing.
In the house it is spring too.
In the this transitioning place I am tempted to grow restless for warmer days, wider spaces, and lighter loads. Those are all good things. They are coming and they are here. And still we are in transition. We are in the place that hints at what is and what is not yet.
I know that God is very, very near. Even if if can not see Him. He is very, very near.
So once again, Happy Spring and Happy Changes.