Saturday, July 12, 2014

Superfood pancakes

Hooray! A recipe my picky (SUPER picky) toddler will eat.

I've been at my wit's end. My 22 month has not eaten but a bite of rice a day for 2 weeks. He has been nursing but that's it. He even has been refusing water.

Then, like magic, I made a batch of these pancakes, not expecting much. He gobbled it down like a champ.

Superfood pancake base:
1 cup whole wheat flour (I use organic)
1 cup white flour
4 T sugar (I use half organic brown sugar and half white sugar)
2 t baking powder
1 t salt (I use sea salt)
*2 T wheatgrass
*1 T maca powder--I don't use maca when making for toddler 
*1 T Spirilina powder--I don't use Spirilina when making it for toddler
*1 T chia seeds

1 1/2 C milk (may need 1/4 C more if thick)
2 eggs
1/3 C olive oil

Mix dry ingredients together 
Mix wet ingredients together

That's it! You're ready to cook on stovetop. 

I heat coconut oil in a fry pan on medium low and then place batter on pan in spoonfuls, flipping  pancakes when they bubble.

These freeze well. I suggest doubling the batch and putting leftovers in the freezer.

Top with powdered sugar. Yum!

Batter looks green but doesn't cook up green:

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