Pancake Day needn’t be served with a dollop of guilt this year
Pancake Day has been celebrated for over a thousand years, so why break the tradition of a lifetime? This is one of only a handful of days that we are encouraged to devour seemingly unhealthy, yet utterly delicious food. This year you can dine on pancakes until your hearts content.
Our team have put together a healthy pancake recipe that you can enjoy without the guilt. Have a look at our tried and tested recipe and enjoy some homemade and healthy pancakes.
3 ½ teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon caster sugar
50g butter, melted
Why not try our recipe for pancakes with added super-food powers:
This pancake recipe is gluten and dairy free and using coconut flour, which is high in protein and fibre, will give you an added boost. Healthy for the heart, and healthy for your cholesterol, coconut flour is widely regarded as a superfood.
75g coconut flour
Pinch of salt
200ml semi-skimmed milk/almond milk or oat milk
50g coconut oil
1) Place the ingredients into a large bowl
2) Blend the contents of the bowl together
3) Put a large pan on medium heat, add a little oil or butter to stop the pancakes sticking, and pour pancake batter into small circular shapes
4) Check and flip until lightly browned on both sides and then serve, either as it comes or with your favourite topping