What a fun time we had at The Summit in Windsor. It was a fabulous evening of networking, shopping, connecting with new businesses, and delicious chocolate cake! We missed you if you were unable to make it and hope to see you at our next one on April 25th at the Hearth Restaurant and Pub in Windsor- RSVP, here. Check out the photos captured by Malaya Photography and Design from this awesome evening. We also had Exposure Selfie Booth at the event who captured photos from their photo booth. Check them out: Photos.
In the meantime, I wanted to share with you all the businesses that were spotlighted throughout this event. They are all fabulous. If you are in need of their services or products, don't hesitate to contact them. They would love to connect with you. So, here are the Locals We Love: March edition.
A HUGE thank you to The Summit for hosting this event and to all the businesses present. You're enthusiasm, engagement and passion for your businesses made this evening ROCK!
Event Sponsor: Sprouts Farmers Market
I always see the Buzzfeed Tasty Facebook videos online and start feeling super hungry. They all make an impression on me and I think "Man, I would sure love to make all of these dishes one day." They inspire me to want to try new things or have me craving dishes that I should not be eating very often. So, the other morning I was trying to figure out what to have for breakfast and remembered seeing a video for pancakes made with bananas, oats, and egg- THAT's IT. I figured why not try this out. It seems simple enough and healthy. Since we have all these ingredients at home there is really nothing to lose other than a banana, oats and an egg.
So, I mashed my single banana, whisked in a single egg and added in a packet of oats with flax seeds. I also added vanilla and a dusting of baking powder because I did not understand how this would hold up if there was not baking powder. I let the mixture sit for about 5 minutes and then scooped the batter into dollar sized pancakes on a skillet. They cooked up nicely and tasted delish! The texture is not as light as a *regular* pancake but these are definitely ones I will make again for myself.
If you are curious, try them out and definitely let me know what you think!
1 ripe banana (mashed)
1 egg (beaten)
1/4 cup of oats
a dash of vanilla
a dash of baking powder
Mix everything together and let sit for about 5 minutes. Scoop mixture onto greased griddle or pan and cook until browned and able to flip. Enjoy with syrup, fruit or topping of your choice!
Hi! I am Lisa Downer, married mother of 3 girls and a 20+ year resident of NOCO! I was introduced to HITC in January 2018 and fell in love with the concept of not only networking with local women in business but promoting/sharing them and what they do!
We have such a unique mission and it is right inline with my personal business passions! Come be a part of our amazing group of supportive women and learn how to build your Tribe right here in your own market! with me!