I don’t know about you guys,
But Sunday Mornings are one of my favourite days.
Farmers markets, am yoga sessions and lounging in the pjs for a few hours longer than we are willing to admit.
But let’s get real, one of the best things about sunday Mornings is PANCAKES.
The fluffly warm taste,
the smell that reminds you of those younger years,
and the look of those little round cakes stacked high on your plate.
I used to think that pancakes were “bad”,
that they had a first-row ticket to the naughty list, because pancakes mean processed and processed means sugar right?
Wrong! When you have a thriving Stevia&Spice tribe of healthy girls, dedicated to having it all. Sugar free, real food living, with the PANCAKES.
Sunday Became my absolute FAVOURITE day of the week after one of my original Tribe girls, Jackie an up and coming health and wellness blogger and Instagram #BOSS. She lives a lifestyle of complete health mind and body, and is a firey inspiration to everyone she meets ! Jackie is totally plant-based and whips up jaw-dropping meals for her and the new hubby that are all the flavours, but ALWAYS Stevia&Spice approved.
I knew this would be a good one when she Submitted a recipe with all the yumminess of pancakes, hold the suga, add the fall Festives!
1 tsp lemon juice
1/2 cup oat flour ( or blend rolled oats to make your own)
1/4-1/2 tsp of pure vanilla extract
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
pinch of Himalayan sea salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp pumpkin spice
1/4 cup pumpkin puree
1 tsp chia seeds
option: pinch of stevia
- Combine milk and lemon juice in a bowl, set aside for 5 min to curdle
- add wet ingredients
- add dry ingredients
- let the batter rest for 5 min
- heat pan over medium heat, add avocado or coconut oil if non-stick
- pour 1/4 cup of batter onto pan, flip that baby when she bubbles
SERVE with all the goodies
- nut butter
- coconut cream
- pumpkin seeds
AND tonss of cinnamon
then conquer the day with all the high fibre, healthy fats from the pumpkiny goodness !
STEVIA&SPICE pro tip: freeze some of these for busy week day mornings, just toss back into a pan to warm up and voila the weekend lives on.