Recipes

Strawberry Flax Pancakes

2 cups Heart Healthy Bisquick

1 cup Costco Rice Milk

2 Tbsp Apricot Preserves

4 large organic super sweet strawberries, diced

1 Tsp Nutribiotic Rice Bran Protein Powder

1 Tbsp Spectrum Ground Flaxseed

1 Tbsp of Earth Balance dairy free soy free butter substitute

 

In a large bowl combine your Bisquick with rice milk and blend until smooth. Add in you apricot preserves and blend well. Then add in your protein powder and flax seed and mix well. Finally fold in your diced strawberries. You can add a Tbsp of Earth Balance dairy free soy free butter substitute in a large non stick skillet and turn it on to medium high. Swirl the butter substitute around then scoop three-four pancakes out onto the pan. Cook on medium high for about tw2-3 minutes then flip. You know its time to flip when the edges begin to bubble. Flipping early is better than flipping late so I always air on the side of caution and cook on a lower temperature and flip earlier. Flip the second side after about 2-3 minutes… they should be golden brown on each side when they are done. You may need to flip again just check frequently at this point as not to burn them.¬† Plate them with a little Earth Balance butter substitute, some more diced strawberries and maybe a little Maple syrup if you like.¬†Recipe makes about 6-8 pancakes. Enjoy!

 

Sarah Plato

I am a mother of two Allergic kids, one of whom is severely allergic to Dairy, Eggs, Peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish, moderate to Soy and coconut. I have had to learn how to cook a lot from scratch in order to have food in my home that is safe for my family to come in contact with and to eat. I personally don't want anyone to feel left out ever and I especially don't want my children to not be able to enjoy at least some of the same foods just because they are allergic to basic ingredients. So with some good motivation I have taught myself how to cook and bake and I have come up with some great recipes to share with the world. I want to make it easier on other people in similar positions. Hopefully I can help other people to be able to also enjoy foods that previously would have been thought to have been off limits.

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