Even the most common breakfast food, the pancake has such an interesting story about it. The formally known ‘Shrove Tuesday’ is called the ‘Pancake Day’. It marks the beginning of Lent, a period that commemorates the 40 days and nights that Christ spent fasting in the desert before beginning his ministry.
Tulip shared this very healthy recipe for the pancake batter with me. Being a nutritionist and a Zumba instructor she has in-depth knowledge on healthy eating. She is an ace food planner and is now on a journey to help her clients and friends find a healthy and therefore wealthy food lifestyle.
This recipe does not include all purpose flour but includes oatmeal flour and whole wheat flour. Just note that you will have to prepare the batter the night before.
My food word for this recipe would be sunny.
When you go out shopping look for:
Whole wheat flour
The recipe would be:
Once you have collected all the ingredients you are set to prepare the pancake batter.
At first dry roast one cup oats for three min. Once it comes to room temperature grind it.
Now mix the dry ingredients which are the oats, one fourth cup and two tbsp whole wheat flour, half tsp baking powder, half tsp baking soda and half tsp cinnamon powder well. Lightly beat one large egg and add it to the dry ingredient. Now pour in one and one fourth cup butter milk, one fourth cup honey and one tsp vanilla extract. Fold gently and make it smooth. Refrigerate overnight.
Heat a pan and lightly brush with oil. Spoon one a large spoon of the batter and pour it within a pancake ring. Nicely even it out. Cook the pancake in medium heat. Turn once.
Enjoy with maple syrup.