Oat and Flaxseed Pancakes

Our food choises aren’t always easy! There are temptations everywhere, and the fact that lunch hours tend to be short, and at dinner we are already so tired that we don’t always make the best choices.

For some years I try to make balanced meals, and choose organic products with nutritional quality. Also the week’s meals are planned and prepared in order to facilitate the day-to-day and to ensure that we consume almost always homemade food. Of course none of this makes sense without a healthy lifestyle, combined with exercise. Especially at this stage of pregnancy, it becomes mandatory to make responsible choices.

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Precisely for all these factors, I didn’t hesitate to meet My Protein products and incorporate them into our meals. Not only for athletes, but for all those who like me seek healthy food choices but also delicious, the biggest brand in the UK for sports nutrition, offers different products: from more specific ranges to products well known for it’s benefits. This is the case of flax seeds (in powder) extremely rich in soluble and insoluble fiber and fatty acids (especially omega-3). It contributes to the reduction of cholesterol, and moreover doesn’t contain sugar, soy or milk . You can incorporate it easily into bread, smoothies, yogurts, match with fruit, or in my case on pancakes, which besides being delicious, work very well frozen, ensuring a healthy breakfast, accessible at any time.

Moreover I also used coconut oil: from an organic origin, it’s the most healthy dietary oil, and may be used as a direct substitute for other cooking oils, since it’s extremely stable at high temperature.

SERVES: 4
TIME: 30min

INGREDIENTS:
50g Oat Flakes
150 g Wheat Flour
20g Flax seed powder
1 tsp Yeast Powder
1 coffe spoon of cinnamon
300ml milk
100g of Honey
1 egg
1/2 coffe spoon of fine salt
1 tbsp coconut oil

PREPARATION:
For your convenience you can have all the dry ingredients combined and stored in a jar, and when preparing the pancakes, just add the milk and egg.
In a bowl combine the dry ingredients and the liquid ingredients in another. Mix both and set aside. If you wait too long you may need to add a little more milk to the mixture to get the ideal consistency.
In a frying pan place the coconut oil and let it melt. Add it the dough, mix again and now you already have your pan greased .
Place spoonfuls of the dough in the pan, and cook for 40 seconds on each side, or until well browned.
Serve with honey and fruits.

 

This recipe uses products of My Protein