Healthy Eating

6 Pancake Recipes You Must Try

    • 6 Pancake Recipes You Must Try
    • POTATO PANCAKE WITH SMASHED AVOCADO AND SMOKED SALMON
    • This is a bright, vibrant, colourful pancake which is an absolute delight to eat. The smoked salmon is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids which helps maintain brain function and keep your mood high. The avocado adds a beautiful colour as well as being a great source of monounsaturated fat to help lower your cholesterol. You can even add a poached egg for the perfect finish. Cook it here

    • 6 Pancake Recipes You Must Try
    • PEACH PANCAKES
    • This is a wonderful fruity pancake – great if you’d like a lighter option on Pancake Day. The peaches work perfectly as the slight bite they have contrasts amazingly with the fluffy, light pancakes. Don’t forget to finish off the pancake with a drizzle of maple syrup and a dusting of icing sugar. Cook it here

    • 6 Pancake Recipes You Must Try
    • RICOTTA PANCAKES WITH MIXED BERRY
    • A wonderful, bright and tasty sweet pancake. This light and fluffy pancake is served with fresh berries to contrast beautifully with the vanilla-infused mascarpone, something to definitely make the mouth-water on Shove Tuesday. It is also, full of goodness, as the berries are packed with antioxidants and are a great source of fiber, which is key for a healthy digestive system! Cook it here

    • GOAT’S CHEESE AND CARAMELISED ONION PANCAKE
    • These pancakes are full of amazing different flavours. They are light and fluffy and are also egg and gluten free. The goats cheese is high in calcium and fatty acids but is low in cholesterol, it is also easier to digest, but contrasts amazingly with the melt in the mouth caramelised onions. The onions contain chromium which assists in regulating blood sugar and vitamin C, which helps improve immunity. Cook it here

    • 6 Pancake Recipes You Must Try
    • CORNMEAL CHORIZO PANCAKES
    • This pancake is something completely different, it is full of amazing flavours, with sweetness from the cornmeal, and a spicy hint from the chorizo, it is a great option for either breakfast, lunch or even a light bite. The cornmeal adds a slightly more chewy texture but it is high in iron, as well as being high in fiber, which helps keep your digestive system healthy. Cook it here

  • 6 Pancake Recipes You Must Try
  • FLOURLESS PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE CHIP PANCAKES
  • Who doesn’t love a bit of peanut butter? This recipe uses our favourite spread and also swaps out traditional flour for oat flour, which helps to lowers cholesterol and reduces heart disease risk.
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