Legal Pancakes

by Emma on September 10, 2015

in Breakfast,Health & Nutrition

Pancakes aren’t something I have very often, basically because of the refined wheat and low amount of protein. For me it’s not a substantial enough breakfast to get me through to lunchtime. That is until I came up with this fantastic recipe …now used for all pancake fixes in our house!

It’s wheat-free, sugar-free and protein-full, and a great option for those that want to keep fit and healthy!

Legal Pancakes

In the photo above I’ve served mine with some stewed rhubarb & apple (using sugar-free apple juice instead of water and sugar), low fat vanilla yoghurt, macadamia nuts and a touch of maple syrup.

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Legal pancakes

1/4 cup coconut flour
1/2 cup protein powder (no added sugar)
1/4 cup almond meal
3 eggs
50ml milk
1 tsp baking powder

Blend all ingredients in a blender or with electric mixer. Cook in a non-stick frypan sprayed lightly with oil, over medium heat. Brown on both sides.

Serving suggestions:
Pure maple syrup and fresh berries
Greek yoghurt and chopped nuts
Stewed apples and Greek yoghurt

Makes approximately 10 pancakes.

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