So glad I have created this recipes as pancakes are a real weekend treat in our household, I was a bit dubious at first, thinking that the pancakes wouldn’t be as fluffy as they are when using normal flour, but this recipe worked a treat! It was really good to make the mixture of Friday night too, so that it was ready for a lazy morning breakfast. These pancakes are also gluten free, sugar free and dairy free so feels like an even better start to the weekend!
Ingredients: 3 large eggs eggs, 1 cup of rice flour, 1/2 cup of Oat milk 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 tsp of baking powder, pinch of salt, oil of your choice for frying.
Combine all you wet ingredients and mix well
Add slowly to the rice flour, baking powder, salt and mix well, so that there aren’t any lumps
Leave overnight in the fridge
When ready to cook, give the mixture another really good stir
Heat some oil in a pan and start to cook your pancakes in batches, using a 1 tbsp. to measure out each pancake
Cook on each side for 2 -3 minutes
Once cooked top with your favourites pancake topping, chocolate sauce and banana works, blueberries and honey or in my case, poached egg, pancetta, spinach and black pepper yummy!
There’s no reason you can’t still have your morning smoothie during lockdown with this easy recipe.
Serves: 1 (for more just double the quantities)
Prep: 2 mins Cook: 0 mins
Ingredients: 1/2 Frozen or fresh banana, handful of frozen berries like raspberries, cup of milk of your choice
Blitz all ingredients in a food processor
Drink and feel virtuous!
Remember Bananas can make excellent basis for smoothies especially when frozen, my tip would be to cut up ripe bananas and freeze in a freezable container and just add to smoothies and milkshakes when needed.
We are running low on bread this morning and as we are only going out when really necessary I thought I’d experiment with making my own…and here it is freshly baked cornbread with scrambled eggs and chilli oil…I’ve never made it before but was so simple and have loads left to keep me going, I searched a few different recipes online and managed to find one using what I already had in the cupboard!
Have a look online for loads of ideas and different types, I just added a bit of strong grated cheese to mine before popping it in the oven.
Looking for an easy no fuss brunch recipe, then try this…all cooked in the oven together so that everything is ready at the same time. I used honey for my drizzle but can use any syrup you prefer, can also add ice cream, creme fraiche or yogurt for extra deliciousness!
Prep: 10mins Cook: 20mins
Ingredients: 4 slices of brioche bread, 2 pears, 1 egg, 100ml of semi skimmed or full fat milk, 1 tsp. vanilla extract, 1 tsp. brown sugar, 2 pears, (such as Cornice or William), squeeze of lemon juice, sprinkling of brown sugar.
To Serve: 6 crushed walnut halves, good drizzle of honey.
If making right away, pre-heat your oven to 200F
Cut the brioche slices in half and put into a baking dish, flat side to side
Beat the egg, milk, vanilla extract and sugar and pour over the top of the bread, ensuring that it is all coated in the mixture, set aside until ready to pop in the oven with the pears or even overnight in the fridge
Peel and slice the pears removing the core and any seeds
Pop into a baking tray and sprinkle with a little sugar and good squeeze of lemon juice
Pop the pears and the brioche bread in the oven for 20mins or until golden brown on top
Serve by topping the bread
with the pears, drizzling over the honey and sprinkling over the crushed walnuts
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