FFCreations #10 No Holds Barred Nutella Pancakes

These are not for the faint of heart. Packed full of chocolate, maple syrup and even ice cream if that’s how you want to enjoy these stacks of sweet indulgence.

Embrace the gluten, (if of course it does cause you stomach wrenching pains then please move away from here, this is NOT your territory) it won’t kill you too jump off the “eatclean” wagon for once.

Seriously if your not a coeliac then you have no excuse NOT to use flour every now and then.

The following recipe serves 2 people. Please keep that in mind because the Nutritional value is also uploaded onto Myfitnesspal. All you need to do is search Feastfoodcreations and look for No Holds Barred Nutella Pancakes as seen below at the bottom.

Again be sure to remember that this recipe is for 2 people unless stated otherwise.

The option to select enough for 1 person is also available in the quantity menu.

2 Full Stacks is the entire recipe for 2 people. 1 Full Stack is half of the recipe for 1 person.

The recipe will include the basic ingredients needed to make pancakes such as flour, eggs, buttermilk etc. additional condiments must be added separately.

This just allows you to pick and choose whatever toppings & quantities you prefer. I also kept the Nutella separate as each person prefers to have more or le… the entire jar.

The recipe is below. Hope you enjoy, for macro friendly and healthier high protein pancake mix be sure to check out the next post. 

Thanks Again,

Shane.

No Holds Barred Nutella Pancakes

Ingredients:

200g Self Raising Flour

200ml Buttermilk

3 large eggs

1 tsp vanilla essence

15g Coconut Oil

Additional Condiments:

  1. Nutella
  2. Flaked Almonds
  3. Maple Syrup
  4. Ice Creme
  5. Greek Yogurt
  6. Berries

How to make:

Sift the flour, add in the eggs and mix.

Pour in the buttermilk until a smooth batter forms with no lumps.

Depending on the consistency, add in less or more milk if you want thin or thick pancakes.

Let the mix rest for 15 minutes or overnight if making if advance.

Melt some of the coconut oil in pan. 

Pour in some (a soup ladle) of the mix and move the pan around so it spreads evenly.

Cook on each side for 3/4 mins over a medium heat.

Keep warm in a low oven if needs be.

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