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Pancakes for Christmas!

Hey lovelies,

Are you getting into the spirit of Christmas yet? I know I am!!! This morning, when I invented & made these glorious Christmas inspired pancakes it started to snow,…ooh yes,…and a lot too!

So, I made these lovely Vegan Gluten-free Pancakes for Christmas! That is a mouthful hey? They are super easy to make, very delicious & are very fast eaten at our house! 🙂 They are super filling  & healthy too! 🙂

Joine me!

Recipe: for 7 smaller fluffy pancakes

Ingredients:

60 gr wholemeal buckwheat flour

60 gr white almond flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

a pinch of sea salt

150 ml unsweetened almond milk

2 flax eggs (2 tablespoons of ground flaxseed + 6 tablespoons of warm water, whisk together & leave to stand for 10 minutes to thicken a bit)

1 sachet of vegan gluten-free vanilla cane sugar

For the sauce on top:

2 small packets of fresh frozen red currant from my freezer

1 + 1/2 sachet of vegan gluten-free vanilla cane sugar

2 tablespoons of water

Method:

1. First, make your sauce. Add frozen red currants, vanilla sugar & water into a cooking pot, stirring often, bringing to the boil. The sauce need to thicken. I serve my sauce half warm. Keep warm.

2. In a bowl, ad all dry ingredients. This is the buckwheat flour, almond flour, baking soda & vanilla cane sugar. Mix well together. See that there are no lumps from the almond flour.

3. In another small bowl add wet ingredients. These are the flax eggs & almond milk. Whisk together.

4. Now, add bowl with wet ingredients to bowl with dry ingredients & whisk to combine. Your batter will be gray in color. Now,oil a non-stick pan & heat up on medium-high. When super hot, add some of the batter, I do this with a small soup ladle & pour into the center of the pan. Swirl it around a bit so you end up with a smaller pancake. Turn heat a bit lower. Fry until many bubbles appear on your pancake & with help of a fork & pancake flipper, carefully turn your pancake & fry the other side for 1 minute or 2. Stack your pancakes on top of each other & keep them warm. Re-oil the pan & fry your pancakes like said above. Repeat until batter is all used up. I got 7 smaller pancakes out of it! Now, serve your lovely healthy yummy pancakes with some of the warm sauce on top! Enjoy!! 😉

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

13 thoughts on “Pancakes for Christmas!

  1. Look Delicious Sophie!! Larry’s favorite pancakes are buckwheat! And your red currant sauce looks amazing– I’ll have to give it a try! Wondering how you celebrate Christmas?? Do you travel to see family?? Are you the cook?? Do you have any special traditions? Hope it’s a blessed time for you and Peter. Christmas hugs from here!

    1. I invited my parents at our house the 24th of December. I made our lovely appetizers & we drank plenty of my favourite Champagne. We had a lovely main course with organic chicken, home-made cranberry port sauce, braised chicory & potato croquettes. Then, presents! then home-made vegan apple crumble tart & then home-made nut buckwheat cookies with rosemary & orange zest with pralines & coffee! We had a great time & my parents stayed the night. We had these pancakes for breakfast with a green smoothy too! 🙂

      1. That sounds lovely Sophie!! I’ll bet your parents loved all your home cooking! Are you thinking of posting your chicken with cranberry port sauce on your blog– it sounds so festive!! Glad it was such a sweet time for you. hugs hugs Sophie!

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