You know how to make pancake mix – you have pancake recipes. But how can you make healthy pancakes and healthy chocolate pancakes that you and your kids will love – do they exist?! Take a look at our recipe combinations, you will be proud to give any of these pancake recipes to your kids any time of day.
Check out our different pancake batter recipes
1). Have you ever tried adding a little banana to your batter, check out our Banana and chia seed pancake recipe
2). If you like your pancakes plain try our spelt pancake recipe
3). If you like to pack as much nutritional value into your batter take a look at our tahini and date pancake recipe.
This Pancake Day we are going to be enjoying our pancakes decadently filled with Food For Kids Moo-less Chocolate mousse recipe with chopped honey roasted nuts, granola, and fresh fruit. I can’t wait!
It is gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free.
There is no contesting the fact that lemon and sugar is a pretty awesome combination. However it is not necessarily the best option for all the sugar! If you are going down this route, why not give coconut sugar a go, it’s less processed and has a beautiful caramel flavour.
Make the batter the night before (but don’t add any fruit, chia or quinoa until you are about to cook your pancakes). You can also make the Moo-less chocolate Mousse in advance – just be sure to cover it tightly with cling film and store it in the fridge.
When do you like to eat your pancakes?
We particularly enjoy pancakes for breakfast – with the avocado and banana in the Moo-less Chocolate Mousse and protein punch from the honey roast nuts, you will have a great nutritional start to the day! Saying that, pancakes are great any time of day!
Tip: For fussy eaters and toddlers, roll up your filled pancake and cut into bite sized slices. It makes it a little easier to eat.
So often it is just about a little inspiration and mixing it all up.
Happy Pancake Day to you All