Hotcakes integrales de blueberry/ Whole wheat blueberry pancakes

Hotcakes integrales de blueberry

Hoy toca otra receta de hotcakes, y es que la verdad (y como pueden ver en el blog), me encanta hacer hotcakes. Como les he comentado hay tantas combinaciones y sabores que los enanos no se aburren y tienes una fuente maravillosa de nutrientes para que los enanos empiecen súper bien el día.

Mi enano ama las blueberries en cualquier presentación pero mi enana no se los come crudos ni de chiste, aun cuando son morados, pues cuando era muy chiquita probó una y le chocó el sabor y desde entonces no los prueba. El caso es que fui a Costco y compré una charola grande de blueberries, así que además de dárselas crudas y congelar algunas para los smoothies de mi esposo, hice estos hotcakes.

La masa es 100% integral y lleva muy poca azúcar. A mis hijos les encantó, pero ellos están acostumbrados a estos sabores. A algunos vecinitos no les gustaron tanto, así que puedes agregar una parte de harina normal para que no sean tan integrales y doblar la cantidad de azúcar.

La mezcla se hace en la licuadora por lo que es muy fácil de hacer y toma poco tiempo tener lista la mezcla.

Un abrazo,

Maca

 

Hotcakes integrales de blueberry

Hotcakes integrales de blueberry

INGREDIENTES

10 hotcakes

1 ½ taza blueberries frescas

1 plátano muy maduro (entre más maduro, más dulce)

¾ taza leche (puedes sustituir por leche vegetal)

2 cucharadas azúcar morena

1 huevo

1 ¾ taza harina integral orgánica (aquí puede usar 1 taza de harina integral y ¾ de harina normal si no eres tan fan del sabor integral)

2 cucharaditas de polvo para hornear

¼ cucharadita sal

1 cucharadita de pasta o esencia de vainilla

Una pizca de canela

Aceite de aguacate para freír

 

INSTRUCCIONES

  1. Licuar todos los ingredientes menos ½ taza de blueberries hasta que estén bien combinados
  2. Con una espátula agregar las blueberries restantes
  3. Calentar un sartén y poner un chorrito de aceite de aguacate
  4. Cocer los hotcakes
  5. Servir inmediatamente con miel, yogurt, nueces y/o fruta

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Whole wheat blueberry pancakes

Todays I have another pancake recipe, and to be honest (as you can see in the blog) I love making pancakes. I have already told you, but there are so many combinations and flavors that little ones do not get bored and in pancakes I have a great source of nutrients so that the little ones have a great start.

Munchkin 2 loves blueberries in any presentation, but munchkin 1 does not eat them raw under no circumstance, even when they are purple and it is her favorite color, since when she was younger she tasted one and hated the flavor, and to this day she will not eat them. The thing is I bought a big tray of blueberries at Costco and besides giving munchkin 2 raw blueberries and freezing a few for my husband’s smoothies, I made this pancakes.

The dough is 100% whole wheat and has very little sugar in them. My kids loved them, but they are used to these kind of flavors, but some of the neighbor kids didn’t like them as much, so you can add a part of white flour and double the amount of sugar, so they don’t taste as “whole wheaty”.

The dough is done in the blender, so it is quite easy to make and takes very little to have it ready.

Hugs,

Maca

 

Whole wheat blueberry pancakes

INGREDIENTS

10 pancakes

1 ½ cups fresh blueberries

1 very ripe banana (the riper the banana, the sweeter it is)

¾ cup milk (you can substitute for vegetal milk)

1 egg

1 ¾ cups organic whole wheat flour (you can use 1 cup whole wheat and ¾ cup regular flour)

2 teaspoons baking powder

¼ teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon vanilla paste or essence

A pinch of cinnamon

Avocado oil to fry

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Blend all the ingredients except ½ cup blueberries
  2. With a spoon fold the rest of the blueberries in
  3. Heat a skillet and add a bit of avocado oil
  4. Cook pancakes
  5. Serve with honey, syrup, yogurt, nuts or/and fruit

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