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The perfect thin pancakes

Nutrient content per pancake: Calories 91 kcal Carbs 9 g Fat 2 g Protein 2 g

Fun facts Health benefits of oat drink: *Oat milk is a sensible option for those with dietary restrictions. Since it’s made from just oats and water, it’s vegan and free of nuts, soy, and lactose. Though oats are also naturally gluten-free, they can be processed in the same factories as gluten-containing grains, which may contaminate the oats. * Oat milk is often fortified with B vitamins, such as riboflavin (B2) and vitamin B12. B vitamins are essential for optimal health and linked to numerous benefits. For instance, they may help elevate your mood, combat oxidative stress, and promote healthy hair, nails, and skin — especially if you’re already deficient in these vitamins. * Oat milk is high in beta-glucans — a soluble fiber with heart health benefits. Beta-glucans form a gel-like substance inside your gut, which can bind to cholesterol and reduce its absorption. This may help lower blood cholesterol levels — especially “bad” LDL cholesterol, which has been linked to heart disease.

Recipe for 10 pancakes


Ingredients:

200 ml oat drink

 120 g of flour  

1 tablespoon oil

1 teaspoon baking powder

½ Teaspoons of salt


Preparation:  

Take a bowl and put flour, baking powder and salt in it. Stir. Then pour 1 tablespoon of oil into the flour mixture. Make sure the oil is well mixed with the flour. Slowly pour the oatmeal into the flour. Mix well to avoid lumps. A good pancake batter is liquid, but not as liquid as water. Turn on the stove and place the pan on the stove. When the pan is hot, place the dough in the center of the pan with a scoop. Spread the dough on the pan with the back of the bucket. Bake on one side until you see that the top of the pancake has hardened. Turn the pancake over and bake for another 1-2 minutes. Repeat until the dough is over. Enjoy some good homemade jam and berries. Bon Appetit!

You can find this recipe and many interesting ideas in Vegan Magazine! Find out more about their activities here-> Vegan magazine


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