Not my regular sustainable & vegan fashion quicky. This one comes with a healthy pancake recipe because why not?

Grey-blue bralette by Calida £43
Grey-blue bottoms by Calida £32

We don’t like to wear cruel silk underneath our clothes. We like vegan underwear instead, right? This Calida set is just as comfortable as the other underwear sets I’ve showed you (black set and blush pink set) which means you can wear it all day on a lazy vegan pancake Sunday. Calida is a sustainable loungewear, basics and underwear label that has a “Made in Green” collection that is OEKOTEX certified, sustainable and ethical. This set however, is not part of the Made in Green collection.

Healthy, vegan, glutenfree pancakes recipe

put in a blender:

-1 ripe & spotty banana
-approximately 1.5 cups of oats
-1 cup of water
-1 cup of plant milk OR 2 cups of water

Please, adjust the recipe if necessary. For me, it never turns out the same way everytime I do it. Just try to create a THICK & smooth batter that is not runny. That way you can fry the pancakes in a non-stick pan without oil (super healthy). If you want to use oil, it’ll be more likely that they pancakes turn out perfect and you don’t need to make sure the batter has the ideal consistency. You can also add cinnamon, stevia, blueberries chocolate chips, etc to the batter. Top it off with berries, banana, chocolate sauce, maple syrup, nut butter, cacao nibs – the possibilities are endless.

This look includes PR samples but this post is not sponsored 🙂

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