Healthy Fluffy Flapjacks

Healthy Fluffy Flapjacks

A nice and comforting alternative to a sweet obvious classic - Whole-wheat Healthy Fluffy Flapjacks. Slightly different in taste as we are used to from a plain flour. However, they are incredibly soft, moist and indeed tasty. I recommend them in combination with my scrumptious Blueberry Sauce.

Note that Healthy Fluffy Flapjacks are suitable for kids 2 plus, because of a possible egg white intolerance. Offer them as an afternoon snack with homemade marmalades or honey and fresh fruits and yogurt. You cannot go wrong with that.

Total Time: 1 hour

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The Blueberry Sauce as per in my recipe:
200g of blueberries, fresh or frozen
40g of vanilla sugar
1 tablespoon of lemon juice
2 tablespoons of vanilla powder pudding mix

The Batter:
200g of whole-wheat flour, sifted
1 teaspoon of baking powder, sifted
A pinch of sea salt
25+25g of cane sugar
2 whole eggs
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
3 tablespoons of olive oil
250ml of milk

Almond flakes or Feta Cheese to serve with

Instructions

My Blueberry Sauce

In a small non sticking deep pan place blueberries. Sprinkle them with the sugar on medium heat.

Once they are melted, add the lemon juice and taste.

Stir in the vanilla pudding mix and mix to avoid any lumps. Continue for 1 more minute until you get a smooth texture.

Mold the sauce into a clean glass jar and close tight.

The Batter

In a small mixing bowl place flour with baking powder, a pinch of sea salt and 25g of cane sugar. Mix.

Stir in egg yolks, vanilla extract, 3 tablespoons of olive oil and milk. Whisk until it gets into a smooth texture, for about 1-2 minutes.

In a small metal bowl put 25g of cane sugar with the egg whites and start whisking. First, start on a low-speed until running, then, increase the speed to the highest. Continue for about 2 more minutes until you get firm snow peaks.

Gently stir in the snow into the batter, half at a time. Mix with spatula, mold and turn over, do not overmix it.

Heat up a large non sticking frying pan on medium heat and place around 4-5 tablespoons of the batter. Flip the flapjacks, once they start getting bubbly on top. Continue dry-fry until there is no batter left.

Serve with my Blueberry Sauce and almond flakes or Feta Cheese. Yummy!

Makes 1 small glass jar of Blueberry sauce and 6 serves.




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