What a relief to read in the comment section from my last pancake post that most other readers also spread their pancakes out rather than stacking them.
The best advantage to spreading pancakes this way is the toppings go a lot further…
Quinoa Apple Infusion Pancakes
•20g quinoa flakes (approx 3-4 tbsp)
•1 tbsp psyllium husk
•1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
•1 tbsp coconut flour
•1 tbsp casein protein powder
•1/4 tsp baking soda
•1/4 tsp baking powder
•dash of salt and stevia
•1/4 tsp vanilla extract
•1/4 cup egg whites
•1/4 cup almond milk
•2-3 tbsp applesauce (or substitute with pumpkin or greek yogurt)
•1/2 cup pink lady green tea
1)Mix all dry ingredients
2)Add in liquids, stirring between each one
3) Pancake making time!
These pancakes are moist so the cooking time is a little long
These pancakes are high fiber (from the coconut flour and psyllium husk), and moderate protein (protein powder, and egg whites). I found these a great pre-work out meal.
Apple and cinnamon in pancakes is really a great combination.
These pancakes stay moist, and have a mushy inside. Although moist is good, I actually like pancakes on the somewhat drier side, but everyone has their preferences!
This recipe made a lot of small pancakes. I made them small because I wanted them to cook a little faster.
Do you notice something strange coming out the top of my pancake stack?
Do you stack your pancakes or lay them out?