October 22


Protein Pancake

For 1 smallish serving;

1/3 of a cup of Buckwheat flour
Half the above of Hemp protein powder
Half a tablespoon of Spirulina (if new to spirulina go cautiously, tip of a teaspoon if you like to get it’s nutrition building up to your suppliers recommended dose. My husband can’t take a lot of it so I just sprinkle it randomly into a smoothie or green soup. More isn’t alway’s better)
Pinch of allspice
Drop of Udo’s oil or flaxseed oil

Mix all the above ingredients in a jug with a non dairy milk of your choice. I’m liking hemp milk at the moment

Fry on a high heat using coconut oil. Flip to cook both sides.

Serve with chopped fruits of your choice and drizzle with agave nectar, (a sweetener resembling honey but from a cactus)

You can mess around with this as you get confident with it. Add cacao powder to the mix, or chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, chlorella, whatever you like really. It’s really easy, quick and packed with nutrition.

Nutritional qualities of ingredients:

Buckwheat cleans and strengthens the intestines. The bioflavinoid, Rutin, strengthens capillaries and blood vessels

Hemp protein is a more alkalising protein source and contains all 10 essential amino acids and aids soft tissue repair

Spirulina is a micro algae and a special from of protein. It is highly bio available, meaning, the body can utilise it’s nutrients more readily without the added energy usage of having to break it down first into usable parts. Useful in treating anaemia

Flax seed oil relieves pain and inflammation, is a rich source of omega -3 fatty acids, cleanses the heart and arteries and influences the spleen and pancreas

Sources are;

Healing with Whole Foods, Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition by Paul Pitchford – ISBN 978-1-55643-430-3

The Thrive Diet, Brendan Brazier – ISBN 13:978-0-14-305236-4

Buy Them Here


Protein, Vegan, Vegetarian

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