possess a weak place for pancakes. It dates back to childhood. After I was ageing my parents both hated vulnerable to places such as the Original Pancake House or Denny’s (this is where, personally, they offered the very best pancakes!) Really, I felt deprived that people could not visit “fun” restaurants similar to this. Fortunately I’d a grandmother who shared my wish to have pancakes and fun dining in order a unique treat she’d take me for that Original Pancake House well, i could order the famous pancake face (with whipped cream for hair, choc chips for the mouth and eyes along with the maraschino cherry nose-does anybody remember eating that?)
Anyway, pancakes which i’m going way back when. But nowadays I’m not able to complete eating the pancake face from my childhood days anymore. All developed now, I eat whole food “large girl” pancakes-created using anti-inflammatory superfoods like chia seed products or flaxseeds. I am not vulnerable to lie and say my pancakes would win an idea-test within the Original Pancake House pancake face. But, Without a doubt mine do taste great and they’re full of diet. They are also a simple whole-foods recipe anybody will make.
Here’s the recipe!
Elements (Serves: 2 ) (Yields 6 small pancakes)
2 organic free-range eggs, gently beaten
1/4 cup low-body body body fat plain yogurt (for example grass-given Siggis brand)
1/2 cup water
1/2 teaspoon pure almond extract
1/4 cup Mila (chia seed products) or ground flaxseeds (for example Barlean’s Forti-Flax)
1/4 cup wheat germ
2 tbsps . . whitened-colored wheat grains grains flour (for example King Arthur Flour)
Dash of ocean salt
2-3 teaspoons extra virgin coconut oil (for example Barlean’s Extra Virgin Coconut Oil)
Blackberries or raspberries
1. In the normal size bowl, adding eggs, yogurt, water and almond extract. Beat well.
2. Within the separate bowl, mix the Mila or flaxseeds, wheat germ, flour and salt.
3. Adding wet elements for that dry elements. Mix well.
4. Adding oil having a large skillet (make use of the paper towel to distribute the oil evenly within the skillet) warmth the oil over medium-high warmth. Once the skillet is hot give a couple of-3 tbsps . . per pancake for that skillet. Prepare for around 2 minutes per side. Serve hot with fresh raspberries or blackberries plus a drizzle of Agave nectar.