Recipe - Pancakes

March 29, 2017

Pancakes for breakfast is the kind of thing that one could have every single day. Everybody likes pancakes right? If you don’t, there something wrong with you.

 

The problem with pancakes is that everyone thinks about it as something sinful. Something that will, for sure, ruin your diet.

To solve this issue, Frontline Academy brings something special to you. These pancakes and toppings are not just very diet friendly, as they are also gluten-free, oil-free, soy-free, milk-free, egg-free, oh my god, they are free from everything! Unless you’re also allergic to berries… and cocoa… and dates… and banana… and everything else we used in the recipe…

 

 

Pancakes:
1 Ripe Banana
1 Cup of Rice Milk (or any other milk of your choice)

1 Cup of Buckwheat Flower
1 TSP of Baking Powder
1 TSP of Baking Soda
2 TBSP of Grounded Flaxseeds
1 TBSP of Apple Cider Vinegar

 

  • Mix the grounded flaxseeds with 5 tablespoons of warm water and let it sit for 10 minutes;

    • Alternatively, you could use the same process for 1 tablespoon of chia seeds;

  • Mash the banana with a fork and mix in the rice milk, buckwheat flower, baking powder, baking soda and the flaxseeds mix thing;

  • At last, stir in the apple cider vinegar;

    • This will give a more fluffy consistency to the pancakes;

  • Cook your pancakes on both sides in a hot non-sticking pan;

    • I recommended using a decent non-sticking pan, that way you don’t need to use any oil to cook it;

    • I like making small pancakes instead of big ones, it’s easier to flip with a spatula;

 

Strawberry “Jam”:

400 gr. of Frozen Strawberries (or 300 gr. fresh ones)

5 Dates

2 TBSP of Chia Seeds

 

  • Defreeze the strawberries (if you’re using frozen, obviously);

  • Mash them with a fork or use a blender;

  • Pit the dates and mash it, together with the strawberries;

    • If you’re not using a juicy variety, I recommended living it water for 1 or 2 hours;

  • Mix in the chia seeds and let it sit for 10/15 minutes;

 

 

Chocolate Sauce:

2 TBSP of Pure Cocoa Powder

4 Dates

1 TSP of Vanilla Powder

Water

 

  • Pit the dates and mash it with a fork;

  • Add in the cocoa powder, vanilla powder and some water and mix;

  • Keep adding water until you get a “saucy” consistency;

 

 

Calorie breakdown: 

 

 

 

(1 Service = ½ of the Whole Recipe)

Blue – 79% Carbs

Red – 13% Fats

Green – 8% Proteins

 

Note:

  • Feel free to add 1 scoop of protein powder to the pancakes mix, if you want to get more protein;

    • It will probably add in 100 extra kcal to the recipe;

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