Here is the 2014 resolution update of the original list that was my first ever blog post. I think I’m safe to say I’m on track with about half of them.
A friend of my husband introduced this recipe to us. And while my husband has only tried it once, I make these protein pancakes quite often for breakfast, even making them to take to work for lunch. One of the best things about this protein pancake recipe is that it’s so easy to make! There is a really good chance you have all of the ingredients on hand already.
They really don’t take long to cook so keep an eye on them! You can’t really spread anything on them because they tear easily but go great with fruit, greek yoghurt or a bit of honey.
Sometimes I like to add thinly sliced strawberries while it is cooking. It adds a nice touch of sweetness and flavour.
Combine all ingredients in a bowl with a fork or in a blender.
Heat a frying pan on high with some butter or another greasing agent.
Pour pancake mixture into frying pan and turn down to low heat.
Flip when the edges turn matte and bubbles stop forming in the middle.
While you haven’t seen my personal my Pinterest boards, I have a few pins there (1,068 to be exact at the moment). I think it’s time for me to clean some of them out & update them again according to what I like & what I will actually use/draw inspiration from.
A while back, I had some cream in the fridge but didn’t seem to have a use for it. So I did some googling and came across a recipe for Mexican Coffee Pudding. Lucky for me, I had all the ingredients in the fridge or pantry.
I loved how all of these ingredients turned into something so smooth and silky. I would not have thought of adding cornstarch to thicken it, but it was just he right consistency.
Whisk brown sugar, cornstarch, coffee powder and cinnamon in a heavy saucepan.
Whisk in milk and 1 cup of cream.
Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, whisking constantly
divide mixture between 6 small bowls. Cover and still until cold, about 4 hours.
Whisk 1/4 cup cream and Kahlúa in a small bowl until peaks form.
Spoon atop puddings & sprinkle with cinnamon.