Light Apple Blueberry Pancakes
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- 225 g whole wheat flour
- 1⁄2 teaspoon baking soda
- 500 ml applesauce, unsweetened
- 1⁄2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 120 g blueberries
- Mix flour & baking soda with enough milk to make a smooth consistency.
- Mix in the applesauce & cinnamon.
- Add blueberries & stir to distribute evenly.
- Cook in a non-stick pan until edges are dry-looking, flip and cook until golden.
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We enjoyed these pancakces but I doubled the recipe and it was WAY more than enough (35 medium sized pancakes). It was difficult to decide how much milk to use so I added one cup of milk for the original recipe and it mixed up like a very thick pancake mix and then added the applesauce. That seemed to do the trick.
For having NO FAT these are really wonderful! My pancakes were quite dense - not the typical light and fluffy kind; I'm not sure if it was because of the amount of milk I included or not - I really wasn't sure of the consistency to end up with after adding the milk, so I made a tiny pancake to test the batter before adding the blueberries and it worked out fine. I did add a few extra blueberries. DS thought they needed more cinnamon, so I'd include at least 1t the next time. Still, I give this 5 stars because they are blueberry pancakes with NO fat!! Made for ZWT4.
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