gluten and added sugar free oat pancakes with apple sauce | jernejkitchen
gluten and added sugar free
oat pancakes with apple sauce
Bananas and apples add such a lovely sweetness that you really don't need any added sugar.
serves
4
0
preparation time:
15
0
minutes
cooking time:
40
0
minutes
<p>As we said many many times before, we love a breakfast fit for a king. But we also love to be healthy and live a balanced life. So instead of always indulging on our fluffiest pancakes, we created a recipe that is a bit more healthy, with no added sugar and no gluten. It's super easy to make, if you don't have any oat flour in your pantry, don't worry, you can easily blend oats into a lovely oat flour. Bananas and apples add such a lovely sweetness that you really don't need any added sugar. Great breakfast or dessert. </p>
INGREDIENTS
serves
4
0
preparation time:
15
0
minutes
cooking time:
40
0
minutes
oat pancakes
apple sauce
METHOD
oat pancakes
    First prepare the pancake dough. If you are using oats, blend them for about 30 seconds in a good quality blender, so that you get a nice, smooth flour. Transfer to a bowl. Otherwise, use the oat flour. Using a blender, blend bananas and milk. Blend well. Pour the mixture into a bowl, filled with oat flour. Whisk well. Add sea salt, eggs, melted coconut oil and baking soda. Whisk well. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

TIP

If you want, you can make the dough 1 day ahead and let it rest in the refrigerator until needed.
apple sauce
    Prepare the apple sauce. Wash the apple, pat them dry, using a kitchen towel. Peel them and cut them on small cubes. Place the in a saucepan. Add the water and set over a medium high heat. Add the butter, cinnamon and ginger. Cover with a lid. Cook on a low temperature for 30 minutes.
    Meanwhile, heat a non-stick pan over a medium high heat. Add a teaspoon of coconut oil. Pour a bit of your batter on the pan and cook for a couple of minutes, flip around the pancake when bubbles appear. Continue frying until both sides are firm and golden.
serve
    Serve the pancakes topped with apple sauce and a spoon of greek yogurt or crème fraîche. You are in for a real treat, bon appetite.

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