As a snack or for after lunch I made this heavenly pancake. This one is particularly delicious. With brazil nut. Like with any nuts I’ve learned to eat in moderation. 2-4 nuts per day. And when I use brazil nut milk, I make sure it’s only for one recipe, so I can’t have pancake and ice cream (I also put brazil nut milk in there) Everything in moderation. I learned the hard way. If I consume too much and I mean, I went overboard, I have difficulty breathing. But I also learned that too much of anything it’s not healthy. Even when the food item is packed with vitamins. Variety is important. I make sure now that I eat various things on a day. Not just nuts or only fruit. No. Little bit of all, having said that let me share this delicious recipe:
Brazil nuts has a lot of vitamin E, magnesium all good for the skin, I’ve got milk back. I like this one better than almond milk. Brazil nut milk is creamier.
Buckwheat pancake: This is just for me, one serving; one cup is too much for me.
-1/2 cup homemade brazil nut milk
-1/2 cup buckwheat flower
-sea salt to taste
-1 banana or two (today I only had one)
-1 table spoon olive oil
I mix the brazil nut milk, buckwheat flower, salt and olive oil together, until it has a nice creamy fluent consistency. Then I mash the banana’s with a knife and spoon (I don’t like forks), put it in the ‘wet mix’, mix it together.
Preheat the oven at 350F for 8 minutes. Then I put the mix in the baking scale, like one whole big pancake. Bake it for 35 minutes and voila, delicious pancakes! Very tasty, love it. I tried Stone ground flower, Einkorn flower, all organic and non gmo, but it was so heavy for me. But buckwheat feel light in my tummy. With Einkorn unfortunately my skin broke out, but with buckwheat it didn’t. Finally.
This keeps me going for 1.5 hour and then I make something else. I have a strict diet in a sense that I don’t eat dairy, sugar. But I do eat fish,turkey and lamb once/twice a week.
Every two hours I make something. It’s normal, I eat all organic, non gmo. It can be irritating, but when I just go and eat out and do take-away, not thinking about whether it has dairy or corn starch, my skin breaks out. And that’s not nice to look at. A lot of celebrities has clean skin, yep they’re not eating chips, they eat dairy free dishes.
For me it’s not about gaining weight. Thankfully I don’t gain weight significantly. It just goes to my skin, face. I get pimples. chips has vegetable oil. I use olive oil for all my recipes, my skin stays clean that way. And I love olive oil. As long as I have my recipes and fruits and veggies ready, I can schedule it. And when I really don’t want to cook, I order from organic places once/twice a week.
Stay healthy, cheers!🙂