Quinoa flour takes the place of ordinary flour to make a healthier pancake. You can serve these lovely crêpes with many different toppings: sugar and lemon is traditional, but you could also offer jam, honey, or chocolate spread for people to choose from. Here they are filled with strawberries and creamy yogurt for a great start to the day.
For a substantial savoury option, fill cooked pancakes with a rasher (strip) of grilled (broiled) bacon, grilled tomato slices and black pepper.
Nutritional Information per 2 pancakes: Energy 226kcal/946kJ; Protein 7g; Carbohydrate 23g, of which sugars 4g; Fat 13g, of which saturates 5g; Cholesterol 56mg; Calcium 128mg; Fibre 1g; Sodium 52mg.
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