I made some orange pancakes, but they are not so orange colored. I used an orange, carrot and tumeric in order to create a beautiful, brilliant and healthy orange color. I blend these ingredients with ginger and water.
These pancakes deliver you the proterties of the orange, carrots, tumeric and ginger. These fruit, vegetable and roots provides you lots of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants and benefits. These pancakes are antiinflamtory, anticancer, antiviral and antimicrobial.
The pancakesare very soft, sweet, super spongy and a bit spicy. I topped them with a coconut cornstarch, berries, kiwi and a piece of orange.
Ingredients: yield: 1 person
For the juice: one orange peeled one big carrot shredded 2tsp tumeric 2tsp ginger water to dissolved
For the panckes: 1/4cup whole wheat flour 2tsb white sugar 1/4tsp baking soda a pinch of salt, nutmeg and cinnamon orange, carrrot, tumeric and ginger juice for mixing purpose
Optional toppings: 1/3greek yogurt berries fruits orange cinammon honey nut butter
If using cornstarch: 2Tcornstarch 1/2tsp coconut essence water for mixing
Procedure: For the juice: Add all of the ingredients in a blender and blend with water until liquid.
For the panckes: Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix with the juice until pancakes consitency.
Turn on a pan on medium heat and spray coconut oil. Pour an amount of the pancake batter and cook until bubbles appear. Flip and cook another minute.
Transfer the pancakes to the serving dish and add the preferred toppings.
For the cornstarch frosting: In a small casserole dissolve the cornstarch with water and the coconut essence. Once it is completely dissolved, cook it on medium heat stirring constantly. Once the cornstarch begins to thickens, take out from the heat and pour over the pancakes.
Now, add the desire toppings.
Nutrtional facts (just fot the pancakes): 0.5 g fat 33g carbohydrates 4g protein