This is the first time I actually liked buckwheat pancakes. They usually come out dry, but this version is moist and fluffy. Although I love to drench pancakes into maple syrup, this version is sweet enough to eat without it.
Ingredients: 1/2 cup buckwheat (soaked in plenty of water for 2 hours or preferably over night), 1 cup whole wheat flour, 1/2 cup sorghum flour, 1 t baking power, 1 t baking soda, 1 T flax seeds (grind), 1/2 t salt, 1 t stevia powder (optional), 2 T sunflower oil (or another quiet vegetable oil such as canola oil), 4 oz apple sauce, 1 cup soy milk , 1/2 t vanilla extract, 1/2 cup blueberries (frozen is okay)
- In a small bowl, mix flax seeds with soy milk.
- In a big bowl, mix all the flours, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
- In a medium bowl, mix apple sauce, oil, vanilla extract, drained buckwheat, blueberries, and the flax seed soy milk.
- Add the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients’ bowl. Mix.
- Heat a frying pan at medium heat. Coat with vegetable oil. Drop a heaping table spoon full of batter for each pancake.
- When the edge looks getting dry, flip with a spatula. Cook a few more minutes until it’s done.
Breakfast: Coffee, Choco-Berry Milk Shake
Snack: Baked Sweet Potato
Lunch: Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes
Dinner: 1/2 Quinoa Pizza, Smoked Chicken Ham, 1/4 Sun Dried Tomato, and Pesto Sandwich, and Sauteed Broccoli
And this makes the 356th day since I became a vegan and started this blog. Hence I stop posting everything that I eat every day. I will post hi-light of the week. I think being vegan has stuck to me. 🙂
Blueberry Buckwheat Pancake
Breakfast: Coffee, Green Goddess Shake
Lunch: Penne with Mushroom Tomato Sauce
Dinner: Apple Cinnamon Pancakes with Blueberries, Maple Syrup, Vegan Buttery Spread
Dessert: Espresso Cashew Ice Cream from Lula’s—he is just holding my ice cream for a moment.
Penne with Mushroom Tomato Sauce
Pancakes for Supper
Espresso Ice Cream at Lula’s
Breakfast: Coffee, Kale-Banana-Almond Milk Shake, Blueberry Pancake with Banana
Lunch on the Road: Spinach Salad, Muti-Seeds Cracker, Rice & Beans
Dinner: Linguine with Raw Tomato Sauce, Fried Okra, Sauteed Squash—my friend cooked up okra. There was some egg in the batter, shhhhh. This was my first time to eat fried okra. They were like pop-corns! The raw tomato sauce never fails.
Picnic on a porch
Pasta with Raw Tomato Sauce, Fried Okra, Sauteed Squash