Today, I will suggest you a recipe for a sweet-salty pancake from einkorn flour. For the past two weeks, this is one of my favorite breakfasts or afternoon meals. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you’ve probably noticed my sweet- salty combinations. The realization that I do not need to eat plane food and that I do not need to avoid eating carbs and fats, salty and sweet, was what helped me enjoy a variety of foods, while being in the best shape of my life. It actually helped me overcome emotional eating, because after all emotional eating is actually a biological drive.
Another thing about this recipe is the choice of fruits – I chose banana and figs, because they have enough sweetness and you do not need honey. I notice that a lot of people, when they need sweetness, tend to eat big spoons of honey. My advice is, when you need sweetness- use the natural sweetness of some fruits. It is far better for your goals,
Ingredients for two thicker pancakes:
1 whole egg
1 egg white
1 table spoon cottage cheese or quark
1 table spoon yogurt
2 table spoons einkorn flour
1 table spoon coconut flakes
butter for the pan
1-2 sweet figs
4-5 raw nuts
20-30 grams sheep cheese
Blend eggs, quark, yogurt, flour, coconut flakes, cinnamon and vanilla. If you have cocoa, you can add some. I didn’t have, so I skipped it.
Put some butter in a pan. Divide the mixture in two. Bake the pancake under a lid. Then remove the lid, flip the pancake and bake for another 20 seconds.
Then add the cheese, nuts and fruit It is delicious
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