One of our customers "Danielle Bear" created these amazing looking Tiger Nut Pancakes and would like to share the recipe, ENJOY!
Don't they look great!!!!!
Well they taste great too and here's the recipe so that you make them too.
- 1/2 cup tiger nut flour
- 1 Tbsp maca
- 2 Tbsp vanilla plant-based protein
- 2 Tbsp ground flax
- 2 Tbsp carob powder (you could also use cacao or cocoa!)
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 3/4 cup almond milk
- Add the dry ingredients to a mixing bowl. I sifted them to make the pancakes extra fluffy!
- Add in the wet ingredients. Let mixture set for a few minutes.
- Heat coconut oil over the stove! Make your pancakes!
I topped with banana, pomegranate seeds, cinnamon and date syrup.
Tiger Nuts Oil is a healthier alternative to olive oil, and still provides you with many fabulous ways to use in cooking, baking, sauteing and even in your beauty regime!
Below are 4 wonderful ways you can make use of Tiger Nuts cold press, organic extra virgin oil.
- Use in Making a Vinaigrette
Make yourself a nutritious vinaigrette by using our Tiger Nuts oil to transform your salads or vegetables into a tasty and healthy treat. Plus, you can control the flavor when you make your own vinaigrette, which provides you with endless flavor combinations so you can get it to the specific taste you're looking for to add to your salads or all sorts of different dishes.
To make a vinaigrette, mix a couple of tablespoons of Tiger Nuts cold press organic extra virgin oil and one teaspoon of balsamic vinegar, a teaspoon of Dijon mustard, and two teaspoons of honey to make a salad dressing. Or, jazz up your salad with chopped herbs, tiger nuts, a little sea salt, minced garlic and drizzle a little of this vinaigrette over your salad.
- Use in Your Baking 2. Use in Your Baking
Baking with Tiger Nuts oil could add a little twist to your baked goods. Instead of butter, use our oil to cut back on saturated fats. Our cold press organic oil adds a little flavor to your baked goods. And, it's simple to bake with too. You simply see how much margarine or butter you need in your recipe and replace it with the equivalent amount of extra virgin Tiger Nuts oil.
Or, you can use our Tiger Nuts Oil combined with our Premium Organic Tiger Nuts Flour as the basic ingredients to make Tiger Nuts Butter. Our Chef Kimberly shows you how to do that here.
- Apply as a Moisturizer 3. Apply as a Moisturizer
Tiger Nuts oil contains ample amounts of healthy fats that help moisturize your fragile skin. Plus, extra virgin oil has a variety of anti-inflammatory compounds good for acne-prone skin and antioxidants that help fight aging. Rub in a dime-sized amount of Tiger Nuts oil each night on your face before you go to bed.
- Spread on Your Lips
The next time you require lip balm, try applying a tiny amount of our Tiger Nuts Oil to your lips instead. It helps moisturize dry lips on a deep level, while giving your lips a shiny glow.
Tiger Nuts Oil: A Healthier Alternative to Olive Oil :
Cold Press, Organic Tiger Nuts Oil is generally considered a preferred healthier alternative to olive oil because of its consistently high performance and the nutritious qualities of the Tiger Nut itself, which are used in abundance in the processing of First Press Tiger Nuts Oil. It is flavor free and does not mask the natural flavors of whatever you put it on. It also has a higher flash point for cooking.
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