Mash the banana with a fork.
Use a ripe banana if you have one, to get a better texture.
Add the 2 eggs into the mashed banana and whisk them nicely.
Also, add the oats and a sprinkle of cocoa powder and mix them all together.
Heat a pan over medium heat, and sprinkle few drops of olive oil.
Pour the mixture into the pan and swirl the pan so that the mixture completely covers the base.
Cook for around one minute on each side.
Be careful not to burn your omelet – cook slowly over low to medium heat.
Also, to flip it without breaking it, use a palette to loosen the edges first.
Lift an edge to see if the underside is golden brown.
Shake the pan to loosen the rest of the omelet.
Once loosened up, slide a spatula under it and flip it.
Once it’s cooked on both sides, add it to a plate.
You can add the peanut butter on one side and fold it over, or if you used a smaller pan and the omelet is thicker, just spread the peanut butter on top.
Add the berries, sprinkle few crushed almonds on top, and dig in!
Spices: ground cumin, red pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper
Rinse the chickpeas and drain them nicely and add them to a food processor.
Thaw the green peas into hot water and give them a nice rinse.
Drain them nicely, before tossing them in the food processor, squeezing them with your hands so that all of the water comes out.
We want to get rid of as much moisture as possible so that our patties stick together.
Add the onion, parsley, 1 tablespoon tahini, 1 tablespoon oat flour, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon ground flax seeds, and all of the spices.
Blend until all of the ingredients are combined.
Preheat the oven to 400F.
Start forming small patties from the dough with your hands. They should be about a tablespoon and a half big.
If your dough is too moist and you can’t get it to stick together, add a bit more oat flour.
Ass you make the patties, lay them on a baking sheet, and drizzle few drops of olive oil over each pattie.
Cook them for around 30 minutes.
Serve them with red cabbage and carrot salad, spiced up with olive oil and fresh lemon juice.
*If you want to, save some for dinner too and have them instead of the bean salad.