Lemon poppy pancakes
It must be the weekend! Pancakes for a weekend breakfast is pretty much the only time I have them, you know the drill by now!
These lemony delights soak up the remains of summer time and were a twist on the norm as I often opt for spelt flour, as with GF flours I often find the pancakes have more trouble holding together. This time I was determined that things should be a little different. These worked a treat, however I would still recommend making small pancakes as they will be so much easier to flip, regardless of what flours used I often find myself making the mistake of spooning a large blog of batter into the pan which is much more tricky to handle.
I’m having a bit of a lemony kick at the moment, must be the sunshine these last few weeks... and maybe also a little wishful thinking that summer wasn't over already! Since I also had some poppy seeds to use up, I figured this would be the perfect combo.
Served up with some vegan yoghurt, a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of coconut sugar and you’re good to go. Breakfast? These are more like dessert!
Recipe: Lemon poppy pancakes
Makes approx. 4-5 pancakes
½ cup GF flour mix (I used Doves)
¾ tsp baking powder
Tiny pinch salt
1 tbs poppy seeds
3 tbs apple puree
1 tbs lemon juice and zest
1 tbs agave
1/3 cup soy milk with 1 tsp chia seeds mixed in
1 tbs melted coconut butter (or omit for fat free)
Mix the wet ingredients together in a small bowl. Combine with the dry ingredients and mix well but lightly.
Spoon smallish dollops on a lightly oiled hot frying pan and fry till golden for a minute or so each side. Serve with soy yoghurt, a squeeze of fresh lemon and coconut sugar as desired.
* for further guidance on making gluten free choices please see this post.
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