Lazy Sunday morning in. The aroma of maple syrup being gauzed on the pancakes is enough to tantalize both your nostrils and tastebuds! As you make your way into the kitchen and seat yourself, you hear your ardent follower strut behind you. With the hope in his or her eyes of getting a piece of the pancake.
But alas, we can’t share what we have! It’s bad manners. Please give your pup a pup and pep talk. However, we could try to cook up some pet friendly pancakes if we swap out the human ingredients with pet friendly ones! Therefore, this Sunday, you could try out this DIY is a pet-friendly version of pancakes.
Here’s all you need to DIY pet-friendly pancakes –
- ½ Cup of oats (You can use oat flour too)
- 1 Banana
- 1 Egg
- ¾ Cup of milk
- ½ Teaspoon of baking powder
- Peanut butter
- Mango (We suggest Mango because it is the fruit of the month. You may use any other fruit that your doggo likes)
Let’s start preparing this food for the soul –
To prepare the batter, add oats, banana, egg, milk, baking soda, and a tablespoon of honey to the blender. Blend all the ingredients well together. Ensure that there are no unblended chunks of banana or oats. The consistency of the batter must be slightly thick and smooth enough to pour. If the batter is very thick you can add milk to make it right. In case, the batter’s consistency is watery you can add some oats flour to thicken it.
While preparing pancakes for your furry baby ensure that the pancakes are small in size. The size of their pancakes must be similar to a morsel size. It will help your furry baby chew and swallow it. He or she won’t choke on the pancake if gulped in a jiffy.
Take out your non-stick pan and pre-heat it. Grease the pan with a tiny amount of butter. Pour around 1 tablespoon of the pancake batter on the pan and let it cook. Allow the pancakes to cook on medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes and then flip it to the other side.
Once the pancakes are cooked on both sides take it out. Make sure the pancake is brown on both sides.
Now that the pancakes are ready, it’s time to plate them. Layer the pancakes with love. To make the pancake’s smile, smear it up with some unsweetened and unsalted peanut butter. To make it Michelin star esque, top it with a slice of their favourite fruit. Last but not least, for some extra love, pour a teaspoon of honey on the pancakes to give that maple syrup effect. And voila – dig in!
This pancake recipe is safe and healthy for humans as well as their pets. So why don’t you make the switch so you and your furry baby can enjoy these pancakes together every Sunday morning!