{My Diet Journey} Winnie the Pooh Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce

April 27, 2011

I've been very excited about making this for breakfast. It's not bread and it's not eggs. Something different and something I have not eaten for so long. Pancakes!!! I know I'm still on the South Beach Diet and I still cannot have any pastries or use any flour but this recipe only requires as simple as ricotta cheese and eggs! Gluten free and Low carbs! Since I can only have one serving of either fruits or bread, I decided to bring in fruits today instead and see how my body reacts. So I made some strawberry sauce the night before to prepare for today's breakfast. I left it in the fridge overnight so that the next morning I'll have chilled strawberry sauce to use on my hot pancakes. By the way, I only used 4 strawberries for the sauce, that means I still can consume 2 more to make one serving of fruits of the day. YEAH! Not to mention, I can finally use my Winne the Pooh Frying Pan that I bought long time ago at the Night Market! Everything sounds so perfect. I love it~


Winne the Pooh Pancake with Strawberry Sauce


{ Home-made low carb pancakes! }

Ingredients for Pancakes:

2 Large eggs
1/4 cup of low fat ricotta cheese
1/4 tsp of sweeteners
1/2 tsp of cinnamon
1 tsp of vanilla extract

Instructions:

1. Beat egg until fluffy and blend all ingredients together until smooth.

2. Spray pan with cooking spray and pour mixture to pan. Distribute it evenly like you would do your omelette in medium-low heat.

3. When the mixture is no longer runny at the surface, carefully flip to the other side and brown for 2 minutes.

4. Serve with strawberry sauce.


{ Pour mixture into pan and distribute evenly }


{ Winnie the Pooh SBD friendly Pancakes }

Ingredients for Strawberry Sauce:

4 Strawberries, diced
4 tbsp of water
1/2 tsp of sweetener
1/2 tsp of vanilla extract

Instructions:

1. Wash strawberries, remove stems. Dice 2 of them into tiny pieces and slice the remaining.

2. Place diced strawberries into a bowl and set the remaining slices aside.

3. Mash strawberries in the bowl and pour in sauce pan. Add sweetener, water and cook over medium heat until mixture is boiling.

4. Allow to boil for 1 minute or until sauce begins to thicken. Stir constantly while cooking.

5. Mash strawberries while cooking. If mixture is too thick, add a little more water and stir again until reach desired thickness.

6. Let cool overnight and serve with remaining strawberry slices.


{ Fresh home-made strawberry sauce }


{ A yummy alternative from toast and eggs for breakfast! }

I can't believe they are so good. Everything with strawberries are delicious, so I'm a little bit bias. I love the pancakes too, even though they are mock pancakes out of cheese and eggs but hey, I'm more than satisfied!


{ Behind the scenes: devouring all strawberries and pancakes }



You Might Also Like

1 comments

  1. [...] Journey: Cinnamon Pancakes with Apple Sauce Based on what I made for breakfast yesterday, the Winnie the Pooh Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce, it occurs to me that introducing some sugar intake in my South Beach Diet Phase 2 works fine for [...]

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for visiting {every little thing}. I'd love to hear your thoughts and comments! Come back soon :)

About Me


About [span]me[/span]
Hello, my name is Lorita. This is a journal of my personal style, travel adventures, food excursions, recipe experiments, DIY tutorials and every little thing in life.


Instagram