This summer treat is sure great. It is healthy, contains vitamins, looks nice and is not (too) unhealthy.
Treats, time and again I have to come up with something else, and then there are also schools with strict rules like no candy. But then, it remains a birthday. This treat meets the 'health claims' and is still well liked by the kids (and additionally it's vegetarian). The recipe comes from the book Veggie kidz written by Eef Ouwenhand and Monique Jansse.
In this recipe, spelt flour is used. Spelt flour got less gluten than regular flour and that's the reason some people eat it. If you can't buy it? Then take the amount of spelt flour and replace with the same amount plain flour.
There also has been thought about people with lactose intolerance and / or cow's milk allergy in this recipe. Therefore, almond milk is used. It does have the disadvantage that people with nut allergies should not eat it. You would also be able to replace the almond milk with rice milk to get even fewer allergens. If there aren't any allergies you can also use regular milk.
1 day in advance:
Make the pancakes. Store them in an airtight bag in the refrigerator until use.Healthy treat: banana, strawberry and pancakes on a stick