Tuesday, August 22, 2017


Dear gorgeous person, you! 

My last post was a brunch vs breakfast match where I declared brunch the ultimate winner. I have no regrets either but in order to balance things out, I thought I should be fair to breakfasts by sharing a breakfast recipe. I'm very proud to say it's my own recipe and so I hope you like. Enter my ultimate breakfast pancake - it's not for the faint hearted in that it's very hearty and although it looks extra, it's actually reasonably healthy.

1 egg.
1 cup Almond or cow's milk.
5 heaped tablespoons (& I mean heaps) of almond or plain flour.

Get yourself a nutribullet (or blender) - it saves you time.
Put in your flour.
Add milk.
Add egg.
Blend for 1 minute. 
Fry on medium heat as thin or thick as you wish, using coconut oil. 
Serve and layer with Almond yoghurt, strawberries and blueberries.
Top with Sweet Freedom choc shot, liquid chocolate (only 13 kcal/tsp).


When blending, I usually stop the nutribulet half way through to manually shake the mixture so as to ensure all the flour is mixed in properly.
When frying, use a generous amount of oil but don't go crazy. Make sure the heat is not too high initially so your pancake can cook through. However once you're happy it's cooked, crank up the heat for that crispy taste we all love!  

This entire process from prep to chowing down only took 8 minutes and that's because I wanted small pancakes. My batter made me 5 thick ones of these! you could get 3 very big and thin pancakes which will take a lot less time to prepare.

If you do use this recipe, please let me know how you get on in the comments below. In the meantime, I am currently working on a video recipe for you on my youtube channel.

Lots of love
Joy xo xo 

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