MAPLE BANANA PANCAKE BITES

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September 26, 2015

These NO BAKE maple pancake bites, from the infamous Lindsay Cotter are a fun twist on ordinary pancakes. They are a great way to use up your favorite pancake batter without having to cook, whether it be buttermilk batter or vegan pancake batter. All you need is maple syrup, nut butter, and banana chips! What we love about these bites is that they are so versatile. You can really use any flavor of pancake batter (vegan or paleo or whatever) and combine it with your favorite pancake mix-ins or toppings. Thanks Lindsay for another great recipe! You can see the original recipe here: http://www.cottercrunch.com/maple-banana-pancake-bites/.

Ingredients

½ cup Pancake Batter (I used flapjacked banana hazelnut batter)

¼ cup banana Chips (crushed)

⅓ cup almond meal/coconut flour/ or even protein powder

½ cup Nuttzo (Lindsay used creamy Nuttzo)

¼ to ⅓ cup maple syrup.

½ tsp butter extract

½ to 1 tsp Maple extract (or vanilla if you can't find maple)

Mix it up with these add ins – 3-4 tbsp of one of the following Chocolate Chips, dried fruit, trail mix, cinnamon, cocoa, granola, or chopped nuts!

Directions

Blend banana chips in food processor;

Transfer into a large bowl and add in all the remaining ingredients with the syrup being the last;

Add your extracts and and any other add ins;

Mix well (I use my hands) then roll into bite size balls;

Coat bites (once frozen) with extra vanilla protein or batter of choice(could even use cocoa or peanut flour to coat).

Makes about 18-20 balls. Freeze or keep in refrigerator to maintain freshness.

Note: You might have to add more nut butter or maple syrup depending on what flour you use (coconut, almond, etc).

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