You can’t go wrong with this oh-so easy to make 2 ingredient pancake! It’s the perfect starter food for your baby or toddler.
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Signs Our Girl Was Ready to Eat Finger Foods
I started to experiment giving Miss L some of our table food because she was seriously eyeing everything we were eating. She’s 10 months now (7.5 months corrected) and we’ve given her a variety of purées including all of the known allergenic foods. She’s been honing her grasping skills and is able to pick up little bits of cat food off the floor and wants to put the food in her mouth! Haha. Luckily I stop her every time.
Last night, J made amazing chicken biryani. I started to dig in, and even though I had already fed L, she looked like she wanted some. I gave her some of the potato and chicken, and she loved it! Literally kept screaming for more. Afterwards, her Daddy started to eat some of the leftover spaghetti he had made the night before and she had the same look on her face. He gave her some spaghetti (which had a bit of a kick to it) and she gobbled it up!
Needed an Alternate to Regular Pancakes
This got me thinking that she was ready to start eating more chunkier foods. So for breakfast I wanted to try to give her pancakes. I usually make pancakes with Almond milk, but I haven’t introduced other nuts to her yet (other than peanut butter) so I had to look for an alternate pancake recipe. That’s when I remembered the two-ingredient pancakes I made for G when he was a baby. This is so easy to make, and easy to grasp and eat for the little ones. It’s also very tasty, but just make sure you use a large banana. I used a small banana and it tasted more egg-y which was fine, but if you want the full banana flavour, it’s best to use a large banana (or 2 small bananas).
2-Ingredient Pancake Recipe
I served these pancakes plain to the kiddos, but as they start to get more comfortable with eating, you can try experimenting by adding different toppings like peanut butter, slivered almonds, yogurt and other fruits.
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