Dairy and gluten free protein pancakes


I had anticipated, speaking of granola, my “conversion” to a healthy and balanced breakfast that also includes a protein component, and here I am with the recipe for egg white pancakes that the nutritionist gave me and which, surprise of surprises, is really tasty!
The ingredients are very few, as you can read, and the time to prepare them is also minimal, as far as I'm concerned, I prepare them the night before and heat them up quickly in the microwave in the morning. Every time, since I'm at it, I do a double dose to ensure breakfast for a couple of days.
Luckily for me I have a freezer full of bags containing 1 or 2 egg whites left over from the preparation of cream and desserts, a way like any other to use up the supplies, even if there is always the best Marianna's egg white cake.

But let's get back to pancake, the recipe has a low glycemic impact, made only with egg whites, without cow's milk and gluten-free (oat flour is allowed in gluten-free diets) one of the healthiest things ever to appear on these pages but, at the same time, really good and delicious.
If you are also trying to eat more carefully, I recommend these to you without any ifs or buts, fill them with fruit, cocoa, flaked coconut, yogurt or honey obviously in the right quantity, and your morning will start off great and you will be full and happy!

Protein pancakes made from egg whites only

4 album
80 g of oat flour
30 g of almond milk (or other vegetable milk)
1 pinch of baking powder

(For 2 people)
Whip the egg whites, add the sifted flour together with the yeast and little by little the milk, mixing delicately from top to bottom with the help of a spatula.
When the mixture is smooth, pour 2-3 tablespoons of the mixture onto a hot baking tray (the one for cooking piadine is fine).
The pancake should be turned when small holes appear on the surface and cooked for another minute or so on the other side. This quantity yields approximately 10/11 small pancakes.
I stuffed them with date and blueberry concentrate, but I also suggest the classic: sliced ​​banana and a little maple syrup.


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