Sunday, 11 May 2014

Healthy Pancakes with Fruits and Honey

Hello Pancakes Lovers,

Happy Sunday!!

I hope you're having a lovey one.

Before I head out to Church I wanted to share with you a quick breakfast recipe that you could incorporate with fruits, this was my breakfast this morning to get me ready for the early morning praise and worship!!

Someone might ask are pancakes healthy? The answer to that is Yes they are.

Pancakes are a hearty option, providing a high quantity of carbohydrates and a range of vitamins and minerals, but pancakes are relatively high in fat, calories and sodium. With careful meal planning, you can include an occasional serving of pancakes in your diet, unless you have a wheat gluten allergy.

Pancakes with Kiwis, Raspberries and a drop of honey.

Vitamins and Minerals 

A serving of pancakes is a good source of phosphorus and calcium, with 20 percent and 18 percent of the daily recommended intake, respectively. This makes pancakes a smart option for boosting bone strength and your body’s ability to make RNA and DNA. Pancakes serve up 12 percent of the iodine and riboflavin you need each day as well, and you’ll take in smaller quantities of vitamin C, thiamine, vitamin B-6, niacin, vitamin B-12, magnesium, zinc, copper and iron. 

So go ahead and have a healthy pancake with some fruits to give you that boost to start your day.



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