Pancakes au thé Matcha Sans Gluten, Sans Produits Laitiers – 2 Versions (Originale et Fourrés au chocolat)

Matcha, recognized more and more for its different properties. Here are a few.

This green powdered tea of Japanese origin contains caffeine, but associated with other relaxing molecules that make it more tolerable by the body. This helps keep the brain awake by promoting concentration and memorization.

Unlike coffee which gives a boost, the energizing effects of matcha last 4 to 6 hours. This makes it an energizing option for afternoon breaks. To soften its bitterness, the followers delicately drown the tea powder in hot milk.

Other benefits

In addition to its tonic effects, matcha is considered a super food thanks to its multiple virtues: its richness in catechin, an antioxidant that strengthens theimmune system, prevents cancer and fights cholesterol. For example, matcha contains 137 times more catechin antioxidants than other Japanese green teas.s.

The EGCGs present in this green tea increase the basic metabolism: the fat burning is then optimized we can compare the effect here to Gamma Force green tea extract). As a result, the number of calories expended daily, at rest or during exercise, is increased. It is important to stress that this is not a miracle solution: to keep the figure with matcha green tea, it is essential to adopt a healthy lifestyle, involving a balanced food hygiene and the regular practice of physical activities.ques.

Pancakes:

These matcha tea pancakes are light and fluffy. They can be served with fruit, and maple syrup, or even with whipped cream. Not only is it super delicious, but it also makes for a stunning presentation with the matcha green. Matcha tea gives these pancakes a special grassy, springtime taste. Perfect for Sunday brunch with your family..

Here are two versions. An original version, already surprising. And then, a decadent version, with these chocolate-filled pancakes. You will have a hard time going back to your pancake recipe!

Matcha tea pancakes - original version:

Yield: 12 to 14 pancakes.

Ingredients:

2 cups all-purpose gluten-free flour

2 tablespoons oforganic matcha powder green tea powdert)

2 tablespoons of optional sugar Adding sugar will give the pancakes a more refined taste and create a delicious crunch around the edges of the pancake. However, it will also brown the pancakes easily, so be sure to cook them over low heat and keep an eye on the underside.s.

4 teaspoons of baking powder

1/2 teaspoon of salt

2 cups of your favorite vegetable drink or milk if you preferz)

4 tbspliquid coconut oilde)

2 large eggs

2 teaspoons of vanilla extract

Coconut vegetable oil for cookingon

Instructions

Pass together the gluten-free flour, matcha powder, baking powder and salt through a sieve in a bowl. Stir to combine well.

In a large bowl, whisk together the milk, coconut oil, sugar, eggs and vanilla extract. Whisk until combined, 30 to 40 seconds. Add the dry ingredient mixture to the wet ingredients. Whisk until the flour is just incorporated and forms a liquid dough. If you prefer, this step can also be done with an electric mixer.e.

Heat a nonstick skillet over low heat and add oil for cooking. Place a small ladle of batter in the pan to form the pancakes, with a space in between. Cook gently until the bottom browns and bubbles appear on the surface, 1 to 2 minutes.s.

Flip the pancakes and cook until lightly browned, about 1 additional minute. Transfer to a large plate. Bake the rest of the dough using the same method. Add a little more oil if necessary..

Serve the pancakes hot with whipped cream or maple syrup and berries and enjoy!!

Matcha Pancakes Version Gluten Free, Dairy Free Chocolate Filled

Ok. This is serious! The taste of matcha goes perfectly with the taste of chocolate. Why not stuff these pancakes with dark chocolater?

The recipe is the same, except that you have to melt 50 grams ofe dark chocolate, vegan.

Once the pancake dough recipe is ready, melt small squares gently in the microwave. Be careful to heat too much, so as not to burn the chocolate. When it begins to melt, stir until all of the chocolate is melted. You can leave the bowl of melted chocolate over a bowl of hot water to keep it melted.du.

Heat a non-stick frying pan over low heat and add oil for cooking. Place half a ladleful of batter in the pan to form the pancakes, with a space in between. Spread the dough a little with the back of the ladle. Place a small spoonful of melted chocolate in the center of each pancake, and add a 2e 2e half of the dough to cover the chocolate and form pancakes of a respectable thickness. Cook very gently until the bottom browns and bubbles appear on the surface, 1 to 2 minutes.

Flip the pancakes and cook until lightly browned, about 1 additional minute. Transfer to a large plate. Bake the rest of the dough using the same method. Add a little more oil if necessary..

Serve the pancakes hot with whipped cream, more melted chocolate as long as they are decadent! or maple syrup and berries.its.

 

Tell me, which version do you want to try first?

 

 Article written by Audrée Hogue

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