Waya Theresia is a friend of mine. She's the queen behind Omamma Brownies and she's a Kitchen Genius. She creates new recipes in her free time or whenever she feels like to, and she's always generously willing to share her Kitchen Wisdom to me (and now to you too).
The luteal phase can bring on PMS, hunger and cravings. This is completely normal. In fact, our body uses up 5-10% more calories during this premenstrual phase. Don’t fight it and listen when our body is telling us to eat. If you are craving a sweet or salty snack, dark chocolate, fruit, nuts and seeds are good substitutes. This pancake recipe is rich of complex carbohydrates which can help to gain energy and help curb hunger, vitamin B6 to help easing PMS symptoms, and magnesium which can help reducing fluid retention.
110 gr oat flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon powder
2 pcs large eggs
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 tbsp maple syrup
100 gr unsweetened almond milk
100 gr mashed sweet potatoes
1 tbsp Smashed Whole Almond Roasted
1 tbsp Maple Syrup/Honey
1 tbsp Melted Dark Chocolate (Optional)
Mix well all of the dry ingredients.
In separate bowl, combine all of the wet ingredients. Mix it very well until smooth and no chunks left.
Mix all of the dry ingredients and wet ingredients in one bowl. Whisk it until evenly mixed.
On a preheated well-oiled skillet, pour 1/4 cup batter. Let the pancake puff up.
Flip the pancake carefully and cook until both sides are golden in colour.
Repeat it until all of the batter is cooked.
Place your pancakes on a serving plate. Pour some maple syrup & smashed whole almond roasted on top.
For optional topping, you can add 2 tbsp of melted dark chocolate on your pancakes. Bon Appetit!