If you’re bored of pancakes topped with sugar and chocolate, try this healthy pancake recipe and enjoy for National Pancake Day!
● 2 ripe Bananas
● 4 eggs
● 1 tsp cinnamon
● 1 Can Princes Peaches with Juice
● 1 tbsp honey
● 1 tsp cinnamon
● 4 tbsp Greek yoghurt
1. Turn on the grill to a high heat. Drain the Princes canned Peaches (keep juice for
later to make homemade peach juice). Place on baking tray and drizzle with 1 tbsp
honey. Sprinkle over cinnamon evenly.
2. Cook the peaches under the grill for 3 minutes on each side until slightly charred, and
mix in with the juices a few times when cooking to ensure the honey juice is covering
3. Mash the bananas in a bowl until smooth. Add with eggs and cinnamon.
4. Heat the oil in a large non-stick frying pan on medium to high heat. Ensure the pan is
hot before cooking.
5. Pour half the mixture in and cook to create 1 pancake, turn to cook other side. Be
careful not to burn. The mixture will provide enough for 2 pancakes.
6. Serve with the peach slices and a large dollop of Greek yoghurt
*Top tip – this recipe includes a homemade peach juice, by using the leftover drained juice
blended with a couple of the peach slices
Lily is a Nutritionist in London who graduated from Newcastle University with a BSc (Hons) degree in Food and Human Nutrition (AfN accredited) where she was awarded the Sage Faculty for Excellence Scholarship on an annual basis. She then went on to complete a 2-year post-graduate Diploma in Nutritional Therapy and is currently working towards her MSc in Nutritional Medicine (AfN accredited) at the University of Surrey. Lily’s extensive knowledge of the science of food and health, enables her to regularly write for The Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Independent, Women’s Health and Cosmopolitan.
Her frequent TV appearances include ITV’s This Morning with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, and ITV’s primetime series Save Money: Lose Weight with Dr Ranj Singh. Lily’s passion is to simplify the science around nutrition, to provide health hacks and smarter eating strategies to empower people to enjoy a healthy and successful lifestyle. Her specialities lie in workplace wellness, implementing nutrition-focused wellbeing programmes within corporate organisations across the UK.
Lily also sees individual clients from her london nutrition clinic in Chelsea and a private medical practice based in Notting Hill.