Lemon Poppyseed Pancakes

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1.) The line up. The brands won’t make or break this dish, these are just the ones I like to use.

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2.) Mix all your dry ingredients.

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3.) Add your milk or water. Then, grate some lemon peel, use the suggested amount or grate until you get bored with this step, I tend to last about a minute.

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4.) Mix in the rest of the wet ingredients.

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4.) Oil a pan on medium heat, plop some batter on and spread it around quick. This batter starts cooking as soon as it hits the pan so you have to move fast!

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5.) After a minute or two, check the bottom of the pancake. If it’s golden brown like this, flip it over. They usually take about 2-3 minutes per side, but you should keep an eye on them because they will burn quick.

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6.) Stack ’em up, add some maple syrup and greek yogurt, or whatever you want.

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7.) They taste good with just about any fruit/whipped cream/yogurt.


Lemon Poppyseed Pancakes (Total Time: 15-20 minutes, Makes 6 pancakes)

These tend to last a few minutes in my household, even though my intentions when making them are usually for a snack later. Even though they are free of basically all the common allergens, (or follow the current food fads; vegan, gf, etc.) they taste super fluffy and flavorful, and in my opinion are highly addictive. They are a pretty lazy cook since I use a pancake mix, but all the ingredients are super nutritious, and have a fair amount of protein in them, at least for pancakes.

Ingredients:

1 cup of pancake mix

1 cup of almond milk (you could use water, coconut milk, soy milk, whatever.. but I like almond the best)

2 tbsp flax meal (ground flax seeds)

1.5 tbsp chia seeds

2 tsp poppy seeds

1/2 a lemon

16 drops of stevia extract (that’s 4 servings) or 1 tbsp honey

oil for the pan (coconut oil or butter)

Topping Ideas: Plain greek yogurt, pure maple syrup, honey, strawberries, bananas, whipped cream

Directions:

1: Mix all your dry ingredients in a bowl.

2: Add about a tsp or tbsp of lemon zest by grating some lemon peel, mix.

3: Squeeze in juice from half a lemon, make sure to remove any seeds, mix.

4: Add in the stevia or honey, mix.

5: Oil your pan.

6: Plop in a large spoonful of batter, and spread it out quickly.

7: After 2-3 minutes, or when the bottom is golden brown, flip.

8: After another 2 minutes (make sure you check them so they don’t burn!!) remove the pancake.

9: Top them and eat!

One Comment Add yours

  1. Greg Hughey says:

    Wow! Looks great, I can’t wait to taste!

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