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Egg-Free Protein Pancakes

I like eggs. They taste good, are an excellent source of protein, and they are rather vital to pancakes. But when you don’t have any eggs in the house and you want pancakes, then you have to get a bit creative!

Egg-Free American Canadian Style Protein Pancakes
(makes 3 small pancakes – serves 1)

1/2 cup all-purpose flour of your choice
1 tbsp protein powder
1/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda (baking soda)
1/2 tsp baking powder
sprinkle of salt
1 tbsp agave nectar
1 tsp oil (olive, vegetable, bran, etc)
1/2 tsp vanilla essence
3/4 cup milk (cow’s, almond, rice, soy, etc)

Mix all dry ingredients. If you don’t have a sifter, use a whisk to break up any lumps. Add the agave nectar, oil, vanilla, and some of the milk. Continue adding milk until you reach pouring consistency.

Heat a frying pan to a high temperature. Spray or coat it with oil to keep pancakes from sticking. Then pour your pancake batter into the pan and flip after a few minutes, when they have started to pull up slightly on the bottom.

Fry 'em up!

I used bran oil and semi-skimmed/2% milk in my pancakes. I also may have broken up a square of 85% dark chocolate and added that to my pancakes as they were frying…

Top with your choice of toppings – fruit, maple syrup, a nice berry compote… whatever you feel like on a gloriously lazy Saturday morning!

I managed to break every single one when I flipped them, creating a lovely, gooey, pancake-y mess in the pan and on my plate, so I didn’t take any pictures of my pancakes before I devoured them. I can prove they were good though, look!


Do you still bake or cook what you like even if you’re missing an ingredient or two? I do it all the time, and generally my attempts end in success. It drives my boyfriend crazy though! 🙂


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Yogi Tea

I am a tea person. I have always been a tea person… I LOVE TEA!

I ordered this Yogi tea in Tahitian Vanilla Hazelnut flavour online with a few other things because it sounded interesting. I’ve never tried Yogi tea before but I was drawn more to the flavour than the fact that it has a name related to yoga.

If you like chai tea, I can recommend the Yogi Tahitian Vanilla Hazelnut tea as it has that deep, spicy chai taste to it. Don’t expect it to taste like vanilla or hazelnuts though, because I certainly couldn’t distinguish them from the rest of the strong flavours in there (which include cinnamon, cardamom, chicory root, ginger, black pepper and cloves).

Without milk, this tea is as dark as freshly-brewed coffee. Having tried it three ways in the last couple of days, I found it tastes best with a bit of agave nectar and a splash of milk.

An added bonus is the individual saying printed on the tea bag tag. Today’s was ‘Without realizing who you are, happiness cannot come to you.’ Who doesn’t like a bit of advice with their tea? 🙂

Have you tried any Yogi tea flavours? Which ones would you recommend?

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