Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Nourishing Tradition Pancakes this mornin'

Recipe update: Pancakes, Makes 16-20. I quadrupled the recipe as we like big pancakes. I have enough left over for 1 small breakfast.

This is a Nourishing Traditions recipe found on page 478 of your book
2 cups of whole wheat flour
2 cups homemade yogurt from raw milk (PLEASE still try this if you have to buy yogurt, don't throw out the recipe if you do not have a raw milk source. Use Stoneyfield Farms Plain NOT low-fat, ORGANIC)
2 eggs slightly beaten (try to use grass fed eggs-we will be carrying these in our store)
1/4 teaspoon unrefined Celtic sea salt (we will be carrying this in our store)
1 tsp. baking soda
2 tablespoons unsalted melted butter (DO NOT use vegetable margarine)

Soak your flour in the yogurt in a warm place for 12-24 hours.
Cook on a hot, oiled griddle (use olive oil for your oil) or a cast iron skillet. These pancakes cook more slowly than either unsoaked whole grain flour or white flour pancakes. The texture will be chewy and the taste pleasantly sour. Serve with melted unsalted butter and maple syrup (that is what is shown in the picture, the PURE MICHIGAN bottle.
IF YOU STAY AT THE COTTAGE, I WILL BE SERVING THESE AT ALL BREAKFASTS from the Bedstead and Brunch Packages and UP.
Whole Wheat Pancakes with REAL unsalted butter and Maple Syrup!
Recipe coming...
They were out of this world and you would never know they were soaked in homemade raw yogurt!

5 comments:

Horse Filled Days said...

Mmmmm.....can't wait for the recipe, they look great! Love the plate too, LOL.....

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Blessings said...

Made my stomach growl for Pancakes with blueberries!
What is the container that says "Pure Michigan"????
~~HUGS~~

Marmee's Pantry said...

Looks SOOOO yummy. Love your dishes - they look like Spode.

Blessings from Ohio...Kim<><

Sheri said...

I love that pancake recipe! You have inspired me. I'm going to get the book out and make those next week! One of the things I've learned to do with NT is to soak my oats before making oatmeal. We love it and it makes the breakfast prep sooo easy! Keep all the great ideas coming!
Sheri from TX

mommyx12 said...

Looks like a typical breakfast around our house. NT is my most used cookbook!!

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