After a long night of no sleep (thanks to the horror movie Descent), I needed to recharge and get my energy back! It’s Sunday Runday, and I really had to get my carbs in and energize. The solution? I made some delicious, healthy pancakes. Instead of strictly using flour, I opted for some ground oats and whole grain flour. Complex carbohydrates are key in keeping insulin spikes to a minimum while increasing your energy reserves.
So what makes this recipe “healthy?” I replaced the sugar with Stevia, a plant derived sweetener that has been used to sweeten foods in South America for centuries. I also used oats and whole grain flour instead of white flour. This complex carbohydrate pancake is so much better than the typical simple carb cakes I used to eat. Those two simple changes drop the calorie count significantly and help your body avoid a big surge of blood sugar during digestion. But don’t let the healthier version fool you, because these taste ridiculously good. Good for you can taste good too.
The great thing about this recipe is that you can add tons of different things to your pancakes to create creative Sunday breakfasts! We have so many amazing add ins to make deliciously different pancakes, which you’ll be able to find soon in our new top secret project (make sure you keep checking Veganosity for updates)!