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Saturday, 22 April 2017

Pancakes 3 ways







These are the fluffiest pancakes I've ever had aside from my vegan buttermilk ones. But these ones have so much flavour, i have to say the pina colada ones are my favourite. They are all sweetened naturally and contain no sugar what so ever and are a wonderful blend of oats and buckwheat flour keep you full all morning. Ive been wanting to do this post for a while when i first made the carrot cakes ones and then i thought why not do the same pancakes 3 different ways. 

Its a really easy recipe to remember as well, i have found that a straight up egg replacer works the best with these pancakes i like to use a follow your heart egg. However ground chia egg works really well. 


The pina colada ones came about after a recent trip to one of my favourite restaurant chains, after sipping on a few pina colada drinks i thought wouldn't it be amazing if these could be in a pancake, and well the rest is my Saturday morning creating them. 

What you will need;
1/4 cup oat flour 
1/4 cup buckwheat flour 
1/4 cup plain plant yogurt 
1/4 cup plant milk
1tsp vanilla
1/4 cup mashed banana (around half a large)
1egg replacer (1tbs chia 4tbs water)
2tsp baking powder

Mash the banana add in milk, vanilla and yogurt and mix well. Add in the egg replacer mix in well then add in dry ingredients mix into a smooth batter then fold in the following. 

Carrot cake; 2 grated carrots 3tbs heaped chopped raisins 1tsp cinnamon and 1/4 tsp ground ginger. Top with yogurt, smashed walnuts and more grated carrot.
Blueberry; 1 cup frozen blueberries. Top with defrosted blackberries/blueberries.
Pina colada; 3/4 cup chopped pineapple, 1/4 cup fresh grated coconut. Top with yogurt a tiny algarve and pan fried pineapple.  

Fry in a tiny amount of coconut oil in a none stick frying pan on medium heat until golden brown  














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2 comments

  1. We tried these I added cinnamon and nutmeg and touch of vanilla I kinda liked the taste like better with a mix of flours oats and buckwheat

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  2. Hi Donna, so happy you liked them! I do find a mix of flours especially when using buckwheat flour works best. Which ones did you try out? 🙂 Helen x

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