0B5E6011-F35A-4A1F-91E3-82F38AD9F576You know when you bake pancakes and you always eat the (crunchy) bits of the side of the pancakes, because it’s so delicious? I sometimes make these bits on purpose. A while ago someone said I should make it into a recipe and so I did. It might sound a little strange at first and that was why I wasn’t aware that what I was doing, might be something that other people like as well. So, here we go. I hope you like it! It’s super easy to make btw. To make it a little bit more fancy, I serve it here with something crunchy. Not just something crunchy.. but crunchy banana peels! Did you ever eat banana peels? I love it and it’s perfect against food waste. Another probably new things though, but it’s worth a try!


Serves: 2

1 cup oat milk
1/2 cup plain flour
1/2 tbs maple syrup
1/2 tbs almond butter
1/4 tsp cinnamon
pinch of salt

crunch (optional)
peel of 1 banana (organic)
1 tbs coconut oil
1/2 tsp brown sugar
1/4 tsp cinnamon 

fresh fruit
(coconut) yogurt
flaked almonds 

-You start with the crunch. Use a spoon to scrape the soft inside from the banana peel.
-Cut them in length.
-Put the coconut oil in a frying pan and when it’s all melted, fry the banana peel, on both sides, until they start to become crispy and brown (a few minutes).
-Take the peel out of the pan and sprinkle the cinnamon and sugar on top of them straight away, so it will tick to the oil. Then put aside.

-Mix all the batter ingredients together.
-Put a tiny bit of coconut oil in a frying pan and as soon as the pan is nice and hot, pour in the batter.
-Start mixing it straight away, like you would do with scrambled tofu. You will see that it will start to form little balls. Keep mixing it until it starts to be a little crispy on the sides.
-Serve with fresh fruit, (coconut) yogurt, almonds and the crunchy banana peel.

Are you going to make this recipe? Please let me know or show me on instagram via @freedomevermore. I’d love to see it and hear what you think. Thank you! X


Scrambled Breakfast

13410778_1169109209799847_1613664408_oSometimes you’re very hungry in the morning. This is mostly when you had a late night and a long sleep in. You’re craving for a good filling breakfast. Well.. looking at the time.. it’s more like brunch! Or maybe you’re a very hungry person at 6:00 in the morning, who knows.
This recipe will be yummy in both situations. It’ll keep you satisfied untill it’s time for (a late) lunch. You could also add some houmous and make it lunch or a light dinner. What a multi purpose recipe! And you’ll be happy to know it’s super fast and simple to make. Give it a try!


13410622_1169109176466517_2112894846_oServes: 1

1 pita bread
100 gr tofu
6 medium mushrooms (cut in 4)
6 cherry tomatoes (cut in 1/2)
4 babycorns (chopped)
1/2 spring onion (chopped)
1/8 turmeric
salt/pepper (to taste) 

-Start by warming a little bit of olive oil in a frying pan.
-Make sure the tofu is drained before you scramble it into the pan.
-Add the turmeric and keep mixing it on a medium to high fire for about 3-4 minutes.
-Add the mushrooms and the babycorn and keep mixing now and then until the mushrooms are half their size. In the meantime warm the pita bread.
-Last but not least, add the tomatoes, the spring onion and some salt and pepper to taste. Fry this for about 2 minutes and serve with the warm pita bread.

Are you somebody who likes a filling breakfast? Are you going to try this recipe? Please let me know or show me using #PlanetManel on Instagram. Thank you! X