Lose weight with these healthy pancakes! Make these healthy pancakes with parsnip to curb your hunger. They're gluten-free and sugar-free making them the perfect pancakes for weight loss.
Hi dear, are you craving for some delicious pancakes that will not leave you feeling guilty? Make these healthy pancakes with parsnip, they will fill you up without overloading you with high carbs.
What about adding more fiber in these healthy pancakes for more health benefits? I chose parsnip because it's high in fiber and it's a weight loss veggie that comes with anti-inflammatory properties and it's high in folic acid.
This healthy pancakes recipe is ideal for a weekend morning breakfast or a brunch when you've ample time to savored delicious pancakes. Besides, you don't want to eat all these goodies alone, you need your family and friends lol.
what do I need to make these healthy pancakes?
Nothing fancy, just a few ingredients brought together to create these easy yet super delicious healthy pancakes!
- rolled oats
- coconut milk
- salt & baking powder
As for the topping, you can go with fruits of your choice, but since raisins and parsnip are sweeter, I suggest you go for low glycemic fruits so that we don't rise that sugar beyond necessary, don't you agree?
And what a better choice of fruits than berries? Blueberries are loaded with antioxidants making them perfect choice in reducing inflammation as well as many other health benefits.
To retain vitamin C in frozen blueberries, I opt for long slow cooking, just enough to warm them, not more.
Are pancakes healthy?
There are healthy pancakes as well as unhealthy pancakes! It all depends on what they're composed of.
Healthy pancakes are made with whole ingredients and use less sugar and contain no hydrogenated or saturated fat. Ideally using very little to no processed ingredients.
The classic white flour pancakes are generally high in carbs and sugar. Since the white flour is completely processed, it has almost no health benefits and it's high in carbohydrates.
What you top your pancakes with also matters. Artificial pancake syrups are unhealthy, adding them to already not-so-healthy-pancakes will end up creating a cocktail of unhealthy pancake breakfast that's pro-inflammatory and not good at all for your health.
These delicious pancakes with parsnip are ideal of healthy pancakes,
- they're high in fiber to keep you full for long without snacking,
- they've vitamins and minerals which will improve your health,
- their antioxidants will help your body in reducing inflammation, as well as fighting other diseases
- they are perfect to include in a weight loss program as they've low carbs
I hope you'll enjoy these healthy pancakes and add them to your pancake recipes. You can substitute parsnip with carrots or sweet potatoes.
Looking forward to reading your experiences with parsnip, comment here below.
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My love to you, Githu.
I have more healthy pancakes for you;
- Gluten-free buckwheat groats pancakes
- Vegan whole chickpeas pancakes
- Fluffy vegan pancakes with red lentils
- Very healthy oatmeal pancakes recipe
- Cornmeal pancakes with apple relish
- Buckwheat pancakes with homemade applesauce
- Split pea oatmeal pancakes
- Mung bean vegan pancakes
- Brown rice lentil gluten-free pancakes
Make these healthy pancakes with parsnip
- High speed blender
- vegetable grater
- 1 cup buckwheat groats
- 1 cup rolled oats
- ⅔ cup raisins (soak them in a little water for about 20mins if you don't have a high-speed blender )
- 1 cup grated parsnip (cut into small cubes if you have a very high-speed blender)
- 2 cups coconut milk (or milk of your choice)
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 cups cooked frozen blueberries for topping (optional)
- Put raisins in a measuring cup and cover them slightly with water if your blend is not a high-speed
- Grate the parsnip to help your blender if it's not a high-speed
- Add the ingredients starting with the dry ones
- Blend 1st with a cup of milk, then add gradually the rest of the milk
- Blend into a smooth batter, it should be thick but running.
- Let the batter stand for 10 mins
- Cook your pancakes; flip when most bubbles have popped
- Serve warm with slow-cooked frozen blueberries or any fruit of your choice
- How do you like these pancakes? rate them and leave a comment here below, love you.
- Choose young parsnip as the mature ones are very fibrous
- Grate the parsnip if you don't have a high-speed blender, otherwise, just cut it into pieces
- If you've a good high-speed blender you can blend all the ingredients without soaking the raisins.
- Take any milk of your choice, for an anti-inflammatory diet, you need to avoid dairy.
- Note that different types of milk will yield pancakes with different textures; eg soy milk will not give as soft pancakes the way coconut milk will.
- Happy cooking, I love you.