I simply l-o-v-e pancakes! But what’s better than delicious pancakes that are healthy too? Today I’m sharing my favourite recipe for healthy and diet-proof pancakes, that only count 115 calories. You’ll only need 3 ingredients for this belly-filling treat girls, so it was never this easy to celebrate pancake day girls!
There’s one category under “healthy food” that you have to learn to appreciate in order to like eating it. There’s a second category that contains pancakes. I almost can’t believe that pancakes are allowed in your diet and will contribute to the progression of a fit body?! But it’s true, YES! So delicious that it never bores me and I already get an exciting feeling while I’m baking ha ha
By changing the toppings on your diet-proof pancakes you can always treat yourself with something new. Just use whatever is available in your (healthy) kitchen and be creative. Today I’ll share guidelines for the Foodie-ness pancakes and make sure you’re ready for your own pancake party!
– 200 ml milk or water (you can choose soy milk, almond milk, cocos milk or keep it natural)
– 100 gr oats
– 1 egg
The recipe makes 5 pancakes, but it can differ by the size of your pan.
- Energy: 115,7 kcal
- Protein: 5,1 g
- Carbs: 15,6 g
- Fat: 3,7 g
- Fiber: 2 g
Put everything in your blender and blend it on a medium speed until everything is mixed well and smooth. Next pour the right amount of mixture on a pre-heated frying pan or hot griddle and flip when the edges start browning. Serve your pancakes on a plate and decorate it with fruit, nuts, honey, peanut butter, cacao, yogurt or any superfood.
Another BIG plus of pancake parties is that you can eat them at any part of the day and even bring them with you to school or work;) You can keep the left-over pancakes in your fridge for one day maximum.
Keep calm and enjoy pancake day!
P.S. Don’t forget to make a picture of your @foodie_ness recipes and tag me on Instagram of Facebook with #foodie_ness, I love to see your healthy meals AND.. you get the chance to be featured in the next Foodie-ness newsletter!
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