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Havergebak met appel en rabarber

Lactosevrij, suikervrij, soyavrij, glutenvrij  

Ideaal als alternatief voor ontbijt, brooddooslunch of gezonde snack!

5 koppen plantaardige melk (ik gebruikte rijstmelk), 2 koppen instant haver, 1 kop dadels, snuif zout, mespunt kaneel, 1 grote appel, 5 stengels rabarber, 2 el rijstsiroop (of agave)

  • Mix of blend de rijsmelk met de dadels, kaneel en zout
  • voeg de havermout toe en breng aan de kook
  • Laat de havermout 3 minuten doorkoken
  • snij de rabarber en laat 4 stengels in een bodempje water en de rijstsiroop enkele minuten garen tot een moes
  • bekleed een bakvorm met bakpapier
  • doe de havermout in de bakvorm, daarna de rabarbermoes en eindig met stukjes appel en de rest van de rauwe rabarberstukjes
  • Bak 45 minuten in de oven aan 180°C
  • Laat volledig afkoelen
8 Pancakes You've Got to Try

Cozy up to a stack of these delicious hotcakes. 

1. Pumpkin Panckes, ‘nuff said.

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2. Top your favorite pancakes with decadent Bananas Foster

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3. Louisiana Sweet Potato Pancakes | A favorite recipe as is, but here’s how Allrecipes member hotdiggitydogs customized it: “Instead of 1 ½ cups flour I used 1 cup flour and ½ cup rolled oats. I also added ¼ teaspoon cinnamon and 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract. We served it with cinnamon sugar butter and all loved them!”

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4. Todd’s Famous Blueberry Pancakes | “These really are great, tender pancakes. I have found that sprinkling the berries on the pancake after it is on the griddle works best and avoids smashing them.” — KIMBICA

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5. Truck-Stop Buttermilk Pancakes | “These are the BEST pancakes I have ever eaten. Usually I like to drown my pancakes in my homemade apple syrup, but these were awesome with a minimal amount of syrup.” — CHARISSALYNN

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6. Strawberry Vanilla Pancakes | Light and fluffy pancakes packed with strawberries. Reviewer tip: Use the full 2 tablespoons of vanilla extract. You’ll be glad you did.

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7. Mom’s Applesauce Pancakes | Allrecipes member Shirley Smith says her mother passed down this recipe, which was always a special request at brunches. She likes to serve them with maple syrup or apple butter. Yum!

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8. Ellen Szaller’s Mashed Potato Pancakes | “I had leftover garlic mashed potatoes, so I used those and left out the corn syrup. These were EXCELLENT with a little ketchup. My 3-year-old ate three by himself!” — MomZilla (Evin)

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Once again *CHEAP* and *EASY*, and *SUPER VERSATILE*. I wish I had a better picture but they went too fast! Crêpes are a weekend breakfast tradition at my house, with friends and neighbors always invited because this recipe makes for A LOT of light and airy crêpes. Can be eaten with basically anything at any meal. Good for families; kids can help mix ingredients and can “decorate” their own. Everyone can eat different ones together: if you’re feeling savory fill one up with chicken, sundried tomatoes, spinach, sautéed mushrooms w/ cream, but child #1 is feeling a lil more simple go with something like bacon, avocado and tomato, while child #2 has a strawberry and whipped cream crêpe. My mom always put out a dozen little bowls of different fillings for that reason. Of course Nutella, fruit, ice cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, plain sugar, sugar with lemon juice, jams, pb&j etc. are always options. Pictured above is a ham and cheese crêpe with a fried egg on top. Other options: sautéed veggies or a stewed ratatouille, braised meats, cream of _____ soup, scrambled eggs and sausage, plain cheese, make a mini pizza and fold it, spinach and goat cheese etc. etc. etc.

CRÊPES

Makes…I dunno 40?

4-5 eggs (I like them eggy)
2 cups flour
3 cups milk
4 tablespoon oil
1 teaspoon yeast
Pinch of salt

Mix all ingredients. Pour into another container through a sieve to obtain a very smooth batter.
Coat 1-2 pans with oil depending on how eager you are. When it/they are hot, pour some batter, use your wrist to spread batter around in a THIN THIN!! layer. Sometimes I even mix a bit of water to thin out the batter. When the edges of the crepe start curling, detach it with a spatula and flip it. When you feel ballsy, flip it in the air like a real king/queen of the kitchen. Then take a bow and quickly pick up the first botched attempts off of the floor.
Have leftovers? Keep them covered in plastic on counter and reheat them for 15 seconds in microwave.

Brunch in the Afternoon

Brunch in the Afternoon - Sara du Jour

A little while ago, I hosted brunch at my apartment for a few of my closest friends. The great thing about hosting is that you get to set the rules of the game. In this case, it meant that for one day, everyone had to operate on Sara time.

That meant brunch – in the late afternoon.

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