Banana Pancakes

Easiest pancake recipe that is so easy to make and tastes like a delight! So healthy, no refined sugars, high proteins and just SO TASTY! They are also very filling – 3 pancakes are more than enough for a hearty breakfast!


Honestly guys go get your eggs and bananas and let start cooking!


For 8 pancakes

4 eggs

3 ripe bananas

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tbsp oat flour



Start by mashing up the bananas with a fork. Add in the the eggs and stir well with a whisk.

Add in the oats and cinnamon and give it a good stir.

Heat a non-stick pan on medium heat. Pour around 2-3 tbsp of your mixture on the pan.

Let cook until golden and flip. It should take about 3 mins each side.

Serve with yoghurt/ricotta, red berries, honey and some extra cinnamon.


Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x


The Perfect Savory Breakfast

Happy Saturday guys! Woooop!

I’ve been craving savory breakfasts for ages now and finally got around to making it. It’s so filling, almost carb free and packed with proteins, fibre, healthy fats and all the vitamins from all the veggies involved!

Sometimes it’s not all about Pancakes right? You gotta switch it up a little 😉

I would say that this breakfast is perfect for those weekends where you want to relax in the morning and take your time enjoying the goodness that food has to offer. It’s also an amazing post workout meal that is incredibly tasty!



4 big mushrooms

1 courgette made as zoodles

3 broccoli florets

2 asparagus

2 eggs

1/2 avocado

2 seed crackers


Pre-heat your oven to 200°.

Start by slicing your mushrooms. Add a baking sheet on a baking tray and add in all the vegetables.

Add 1 tbsp olive oil, 1 tsp paprika, 1 tsp pepper, 1 tsp garlic powder and a sprinkle of salt. Mix everything together until combined properly.

Put your veggies in the oven for 25 mins.

I made poached eggs on this occasion but you can make your eggs whichever way you prefer. For the poached egg: Bring water to a boil in a saucepan and add 1 tbsp cider vinegar which will prevent the egg from sticking to the pan. Slowly crack your eggs into the water and let it cook for 6-7 mins for a runny center or 10-11 mins for a hard-ish center.

In a bowl, mash the avocado and add 1 tbsp lemon juice and some pepper. Spread over your crackers.

Make your plate with all these goodies and enjoy a very savory and healthy breakfast!

Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x



Caramelized Apples and Cinnamon Pancakes

You guys already know the drill! Pancakes on Sundays are a must!

This time I made delicious caramelized apple and cinnamon pancakes with a layer of peanut butter, and I can safely say that they are my favorite kind of pancakes from now on as they remind me of my favorite season: Autumn.



For 1 person

1/2 a big apple or 1 small one

1 tbsp honey

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 tbsp peanut butter divided

For toppings: 1 tbsp natural yoghurt (divided), handful of pecan nuts.



Start by making oat pancakes: Recipe here.

Slice your apple into quarters. On a medium pan on medium heat, add your sliced apple and let it cook for 3-4 minutes. Add in the honey and stir as it sizzles.

Once they get a little soft add the cinnamon and keep stirring.

You will know they’re ready once they get brown-ish and are soft on the inside.

Take your pancakes and spread the peanut butter on each one. Add in your caramelized apples on top, more cinnamon, a splash of honey and your toppings.

& just like that, your pancakes are ready to be enjoyed!

Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x

It’s Pancake Day!

Can Pancake day become pancake week? Or month? Or is that too greedy?

Can’t believe that there is a day of the year dedicated to this absolute deliciousness that are pancakes.

So here is a selection of our favorite pancake recipe:

Oat pancakes 

Chocolate pancakes 

Fluffy pancakes 

Banana pancakes available on our Instagram

However, this morning I made the oat pancake recipe using wholemeal flour and it tasted amazing! Here’s the detailed recipe:



50g wholemeal flour

1 tbsp baking powder

1 egg

30cl milk of choice

1 tbsp apple sauce

1 teaspoon cinnamon


In a bowl, combine the flour and baking powder and stir well.

Add the milk, apple sauce and cinnamon and stir until everything is combined.

Take your egg and separate the yolk from the white. Add the yolk to your previous mixture and stir well. Beat the white with an electric whisk until you get a meringue consistency.

Start by adding the whites slowly to the mixture by incorporating it with a spatula.

You can use the electric whisk to make sure everything is well combined.

Pre-heat a non-stick pan under medium heat and pour about 5 tbsp of your mixture in and let it cook 2-3 mins each side or until brown!

Topped it with homemade chia jam, red berries, homemade granola and some cheeky peanut butter from Meridian.


Happy Flipping pancake day 😉.

Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x


Chocolate Porridge Recipe

Simply Oats! This chocolate porridge is so easy to make, SO TASTY and super filling for a breakfast. It contains everything a great breakfast needs: Fiber, healthy fats, vitamins and proteins.


Let’s get this porridge done!


40g old fashioned oats

125ml milk of choice

1/2 teaspoon cocoa powder 🍫

Toppings of choice


Put everything in a saucepan on medium heat and keep on continuously stirring until you get a sticky consistency which should take around 6-7 mins.

Transfer your porridge in a bowl and use your favorite toppings 😍!

We used homemade granola, almonds, pecan nuts, a squeeze of honey 🍯 and 1 teaspoon of peanut butter 🥜. A DELIGHT! How do you guys like your porridge 🥣 ?


Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x

3 ingredients Oat Blinis Recipe

Thanks to Loubna from Glowing Blush, I got inspired to make these oat blinis who turned out to be super easy to make, super delicious and as the title says with only 3 ingredients! I am in love with this recipe since it’s giving me the freedom to use whatever toppings I love and make a great variety wether it’s for brunch/lunch or even dinner!



100g grounded oats

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon pepper

Water as needed


Start by mixing all dry ingredients together.

Add in warm water to the mix until you get a consistency between pancakes/crêpes batter.

Stir everything well until combined. Let it rest for 10 mins as the oats soaks up the water a little more.

In a heated pan, pour around 2 tbsp of the mixture. Let it cook for 4-6 mins each side until brown.

Use any toppings you’d want and enjoy!


Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x



Vegan French Toast Recipe

Good morning guys! We have been LOVING french toast lately but got a question in our heads… What makes the perfect french toast? The ultimate answer was definitely EGGS! However, there must be a same consistency that we could make without even using eggs…

After a few failed attempts at making a vegan french toast (no shame here), we found the answer: CHIA seeds! Ladies and Gents, prepare to be blown away!



2 tbsp chia seeds

7 tbsp almond milk

3 tbsp maple syrup

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 tbsp cane sugar


In a jar mix the chia seeds with 5 tbsp almond. Let it rest in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, mix the maple syrup , 2 tbsp almond milk, cinnamon and sugar.

Add it to the overnight chia seeds and it will give it such a sticky texture like eggs usually do.

Dip your bread in it and cook on a pan on medium heat until golden.

Serve with ricotta and fresh berries.

An absolute DELIGHT 😍. Would you guys dare to give a try to these eggless french toasts?


Until the next recipe,

FittyGalz x