aunt jemima pancakes

SURPRISE!! You've been eating vegan food!!

Popular store foods that are actually vegan:
SmartBalance
Newmans light and Kraft creamy italian dressing
Jello pudding
Fritos
Oreos
Duncan Hines frosting and cake
Pillsbury crescent rolls
Ritz crackers
Doritos spicy chili
Sarah Lee apple pie
SuperPretzel soft pretzel
Hersheys chocolate syrup
Nabisco gram crackers
Thomas New York style bagels
Teddy Grams chocolate chip
Ghiradelli double chocolate brownie mix
Mission Foods taco shells
Aunt Jemima Pancake/Waffle Mix
Healthy Choice Asian Potstickers
Luigi’s Real Italian Ice
Smucker’s Uncrustables
Kool-aid
Lays Kettle Cooked chips

(Candy)
Airheads
Blow Pops
Cry Baby
Dots
Dum Dums
Hubba Bubba
Jolly Rancher
Now and Later
Skittles
Smarties
Sour Patch
Swedish Fish
Twizzlers

You have NO REASON AT ALL to say “vegan food is gross and weird” because I bet my butt most of yall out there eat oreos, Hersheys syrup and Smuckers uncrustables and Kool-aid and LOOK AT ALL THE CANDY.

Coconut Flour Pancakes

Let me tell you guys something… as frustrating as baking can be, I’m LOVING trying new recipes! 

These are coconut flour pancakes, topped with cinnamon bananas and maple syrup. The prettiest pancakes I have ever made.
They didn’t have a huge overpowering coconut flavor, were soft and airy, and I was really surprised at how good they were. 

Nutritional Value for one pancake (I’m just listing the things I really look out for):
86 cal
8.4g fat
104.4mg sodium
4.6g carbs
1.3g fiber
2.6g sugar
3.9g protein

Compared to Aunt Jemima “just add water” pancakes, these are amazing. Yes, the Aunt Jemima one’s have less fat, but for one pancake it’s 10.3g carbs, 1.7g protein, next to no fiber. 

Either way, coconut flour pancakes for the win! 
If anyone wants to recipe, feel free to send me an ask! There are so many recipes online too, but I stuck to the first one I ever found and I’m glad I did.

Next on the menu: Low Carb Gluten-free blueberry muffins!

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Pancake-Egg Breakfast Muffins

This is my go-to breakfast for workday mornings because I can have my breakfast made in advance, the muffins are filling and nutritious, and they’re good hot or cold.  

Ingredients:

  • pancake mix + usual necessary additions (egg, oil, milk)
  • 8 large eggs scrambled OR 12 small eggs, whole
  • Optional: shredded cheese, chopped peppers, diced breakfast meat 
  • Feeling indulgent? stir some maple syrup into your pancake batter or line each muffin cup with a strip of bacon

Instructions:

  1. Mix up your pancake batter. I use Aunt Jemima pancake mix, and one recipe makes enough for exactly 12 muffins. 
  2. Spoon two tablespoons of batter into each muffin cup
  3. Bake at 350 Fahrenheit (177 C) for 5 minutes, or until pancake is set but not browned
  4. Pour your scrambled eggs on top of the pancake until each cup is mostly full OR crack one small egg into each cup
  5. Top with your choice of toppings (I suggest red pepper and cheddar cheese)
  6. Bake at 400 Fahrenheit (204 C) for 15 minutes or until browned and firm
  7. Pop out immediately and cool on a wire rack (otherwise they’ll stick to the pan and/or paper)

The whole cooking process takes less than half an hour, and two of these muffins are the equivalent of a full breakfast: two eggs, three pancakes, and whatever vegis or meat you choose to throw in. I usually make these on Sunday, and then pop two in the microwave each morning to eat on my commute.