Maca Pancakes

My all time favorite recipe. I’ve posted it before but I’ll just post it again. Because I am totally in love. This is not vegan but I’m gonna experiment with banana soon so stay tuned!

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Sandwiched with 2 medium bananas and 5 frozen blueberries. Topped with mint coconut ice cream. Drowned in pure maple syrup.

I’ll give you a more detailed guide for making this pancake (:
MACA YOGURT PANCAKES
1 egg
5 tbsp natural yogurt
1 tbsp pure maple syrup or agave or honey
4 tbsp spelt flour
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp baking soda
1 tsp maca powder
Heat your non stick pan over LOW heat.
Crack the egg into a mixing bowl and beat the egg using a whisk.
Add in yogurt and sweetener.
Whisk until well combined.
Test whether the pan is hot.
Sprinkle some water on the pan.
When it sizzles and completely dries up, put 1 tsp oil of choice onto the middle and let the oil heat up.
In another bowl, mix together the dry ingredients.
Pour the dry into the wet and gently fold using the whisk until there is no powder.
Stop folding when no powder is in sight. It is important to not over mix pancake batters.
Make sure your pan is well greased. Tilt your pan so the oil covers (almost) every surface of the pan.
Drop 2 tbsp of the batter onto the centre of the pan and spread it into a nice circle using the back of the spoon.
Flip the pancake when bubbles appear.
Cook the other side for 30 seconds.
Add more oil to the pan if needed when you start on a new pancake, you don’t need a lot of oil.
Repeat the process!
While waiting for your pancake, you can chop up your banana into coins and layer them with the pancakes that are done. (Or prepare all your other toppings)
This recipe makes 6 pancakes. Each pancake is 2 tbsp of the batter.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. maryseeo says:

    This looks amazing!

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    1. honeystarx says:

      Thank you!

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  2. Ema Jones says:

    I will be adding some strawberry syrup in the pancake batter πŸ™‚

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    1. honeystarx says:

      That sounds great! Or maybe you could use strawberry yogurt πŸ˜‰

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