Food days: International pancake day

Pancake coconut LCHF

Pancake day falls on Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras, therefore, the date is variable and can be as early as February 3rd and as late as March 9th. Pancakes with just egg, milk and flour are history. As long as people love pancakes the variations will continue to grow. Try different recipes, luxiourios pancakes with ricotta, banana pancakes, American pancakes, LCHF pancakes, Gypsy toast or Cottage cheese pancakes. The variations are endless! Here are some mouthwatering pancake recipes.

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French toast, gypsy toast or eggy bread

gypsy toastFrench toast, gyspy toast or eggy bread. Whatever you call them they taste great! They make a good sturdy breakfast or a filling snack. Some add sugar in the mix, but it’s not necessary.
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Ricotta and lemon pancakes with mango and raspberry puree

Ricotta and lemon pancakes with raspberry and mango salsaRicotta and lemon pancakes with maple syrup and fruit puree are real luxury pancakes. They can be eaten both as a special meal and as dessert.
The pancakes get much lighter than ordinary pancakes because of the whipped egg whites. Lemon gives them a real tangy flavour.
2 portions – or 4 pancakes.
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Banana pancakes – small, sweet and gluten-free

BananpannkakorThere is actually just banana, egg and cinnamon in this recipe. Super quick, super simple and super nice.
The cinnamon can be left out or replaced with cardamon or vanilla extract.
2 portions, or 4 small pancakes.
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LCHF pancake with coconut and vanilla

Pancake coconut LCHFOne of these pancakes will fill you up. Like many LCHF recipes it is low in carbohydrates and high in fat, and also very filling. The coconut flakes gives it a nice texture and the vanilla essence a nice flavour. If vanilla essence is hard to find, use grated vanilla stick or vanilla sugar instead.
The pancake works both as a luxury breakfast, a large snack or as a dinner.
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American pancakes – without egg

American pancakes without eggThese egg free pancakes work both for those not eating egg, or if the cupboard shelves are a little empty, and for those allergic to egg.
If there are leftovers, stick them in the fridge and heat them up in the microwave or in the toaster at a later date. This dish is quite low in protein, so make sure you add a little in your next meal.
Portions: 2 or 4 pancakes.
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Cottage cheese pancakes – for brekkie, dinner or a snack

Cottage cheese pancakesThese cottage cheese pancakes are both easy to make and quick to whip together. They work really well with a fruit salad. They contain quite a lot of protein and not too many carbs, so they work well on LCHF diets – just swap the spelt flour for almond flour.
These pancakes work really well as, breakfast a light dinner or a large snack.
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