Apple and oat hotcakes
These spiced apple and oat hotcakes are comfortable and familiar like your favourite sweater, yet still somehow new and a change up for your weekend brunch. A new favourite sweater maybe?
Quite Good Food
ground flax seed
cored and grated
Pinch of salt
or sweetener of your choice
or milk of your choice
Mix 2 tbsp of ground flax seed with 6 tbsp water and set aside for 15 minutes. It will become thick and gel-like. This mixture equals two flax eggs, as a replacement for two hen eggs.
Mix all ingredients together in a large mixing bowl.
Add a little cooking oil of your choice (I used coconut oil) to a frypan and get it to a medium heat.
Add tablespoonfuls of hotcake mixture to the pan. Once golden on the bottom, flip and cook the other side. You know what to do.
Makes 20 small hotcakes, which should serve four with fruit and accompaniments. Double the recipe if you have a hungry tribe to feed.
Serve with sliced fruit, lemon for squeezing, syrup of your choice and coconut or other yoghurt.
Nutrition information is calculated based on using plain unsweetened almond milk, and does not include cooking oil used for frying.
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Recipe from: https://quitegoodfood.co.nz/apple-and-oat-hotcakes/