I came up with this recipe after a search for a whole wheat pita bread left me frustrated. I used soy flour to totally eliminate white flour. What resulted was a hearty pita with a nice nutty flavor. It tastes great with sandwich fillings, peanut butter, or dipped in hummus. This is my first recipe, so I hope you enjoy it.
A good-for-you, tasty recipe for those of us who are cutting down on wheat. High in protein and tasty. These are floppier than a traditional pancake, so use care to flip them. Smaller, thinner cakes are helpful.
This bread is also known as Bible Bread or Fasting Bread. This version does not use beans; instead it contains cooked lentils and several whole grain flours. You may have to visit a health foods store to find some of these ingredients.
This recipe is really good for someone who is on the ketosis diet that just cannot forget about sugar! It is quick to prepare and pretty filling. The nice part about this recipe is that the soy flour and chocolate have dietary fiber, making it extremely low carb. The flour and chocolate for the whole recipe is 8g of carbs. You could eat the whole batch by yourself in one sitting if you choose.
These healthy pancakes with a hint of almond are delicious. They're thick and fluffy and they really stick to your ribs. Serve warm with maple syrup or peach jam. Leftovers are great served cold with a little peach jam spread on them, yum!
This is a pancake mix that you can prepare ahead and store in an airtight container for months. When you're ready for hot pancakes, just add oil and water to cook, like store-bought pancake mixes, but healthier. Double or triple the recipe so you have extra on hand.