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What to make spectacular pink pancakes from: not only beautiful but also useful

Kateryna YagovychFood
What to make pink pancakes from. Source: feelgoodfoodie.net

If the pancakes have an attractive pink color, it does not mean that they contain any chemical coloring. The batter can be made from beets. You don't need to add sugar to these pancakes, they are very healthy and nutritious.

The idea of making sweet pink pancakes with beets was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Lilia with the nickname twins.mom.8 . You can wrap your favorite filling.

What to make spectacular pink pancakes from: not only beautiful but also useful

Ingredients:

  • baked beets - 130-150 grams (2 small or 1 medium)
  • egg - 1 pc
  • yogurt or kefir - 80 grams
  • whole wheat flour - 2 tbsp
  • Ghee butter or coconut oil 20 grams

Method of preparation:

What to make spectacular pink pancakes from: not only beautiful but also useful

1. Beat baked beets, egg and yogurt in a blender.

2. Add flour and mix thoroughly.

What to make spectacular pink pancakes from: not only beautiful but also useful

3. Pour in melted butter. The batter should be quite thick.

4. Lubricate the frying pan with olive oil or Ghee a little.

What to make spectacular pink pancakes from: not only beautiful but also useful

5. Pour about 1.5 tbsp of batter into a pan and smooth it with a spoon to make a pancake 8-10 cm in diameter.

6. Fry on both sides under the lid.

What to make spectacular pink pancakes from: not only beautiful but also useful

7. Serve with yogurt or sour cream.

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