Sourdough Pancake Recipe {Trim Healthy Tuesday}

sourdough-pancake-recipe This REAL sourdough pancake recipe uses the easy starter mix that I made last week here on Trim Healthy Tuesday…it’s shared in the THT links below.

BOY howdy is this good.  They are SO filling and surprisingly NOT sour!  They have a really nutty/hearty whole grain flavor, and amazing texture.  I’m in love.

P1120827For all of you Trim Healthy Mama out there: these are an E breakfast.  A true sourdough produces a delicious slow-carb pancake, and even breaks down gluten and makes the nutrients much more available.  And: yum.  Mostly that.

P1120834 This is such a fun recipe, because it uses ‘normal’ ingredients, and is easy to do.  The flour soaks overnight with the sourdough starter, and then you stir in your additional ingredients in the morning.  The overnight sourdough action reduces the carbs/sugars to the point that you don’t get much browning.  Cool, huh! P1120844   We ate these with sugar free berry syrup and ‘a little’ whipped cream.  20130907_122114 I enjoyed mine with fresh orange/peach sugar free syrup.  I should blog that, shouldn’t I?

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To find the printable Sourdough Pancake recipe, head over here to the Grain Mill Wagon blog by clicking the photo below.

sourdough pancake click hereThis week, NAUGHTY Stacy is making Peanut Butter Brownie Pizza.  But don’t worry!  It’s THM friendly.

And now for LOTS more Trim & Healthy Inspiration…

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Here are my top 3 posts from last week:

(click to open them in a new window)

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Simple Starter Menu for One

 

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Tacos [FP/S]

 

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Caprese Quesadilla [S]

The post from last week with the most visits was this one

Trim Healthy Almond Joy Bites [S]

And now for this weeks Trim Healthy Tuesday Posts!

Please see updated posting guidelines below the linky.
Thanks so much for joining Stacy & I on Trim Healthy Tuesdays!

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Psst…the Name blank means the name of your recipe or blog post. And you’re welcome, because I’ve already screwed that up nicely myself.

Trim Healthy Tuesday Linked Posts Guidelines

  1. Accepted post topics will be: Trim Healthy Mama related recipes, kitchen tips, weekly menu, ‘how to’ articles, or exercise tips, and MODEST before and after photos may be attached to any of the above. Please do not link personal progress reports or non-THM recipes.
  2. You may post links from YOUR blog to recipes that are Trim Healthy Mama friendly. They can be S (satisfying), E (energizing), FP (Fuel Pull), or Crossovers. Please note which of these categories your recipe falls under. Nutrition information for your recipe is helpful, but not mandatory.
  3. Please respect the copyright of the book, and do not post recipes from the Trim Healthy Mama book on your blog. You MAY post recipes that you’ve changed up to make your own, but nothing verbatim from the book.
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  5. Please post no more than 3 links each week.
  6. Post new links from your blog each week – do not post the same link each week.
  7. You may include recipes with “Splenda” and other similar products or foods that are considered “compromise foods”, but please note that in the recipe, and either make them optional or offer substitutions for on plan items if possible. Please do not use ingredients that are off plan…like white potatoes.
  8. No giveaways or advertising-only type posts are allowed. You may post about cookbooks that you like and you may include affiliate links, but the post MUST be THM friendly. Example – posting about an eCookbook that you like is acceptable when telling how it can help with THM. Posting about a cookbook just so you can sell it is NOT acceptable.
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  10. Though it’s not required, it would be polite if you would link directly to the Trim Healthy Mama website in each of your posts – they’ve done so much to help us all, and we’d like to increase their traffic. www.trimhealthymama.com
  11. For help with determining where your recipes fall, visit Gwen’s THM Quick Start Guide.

 

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  • Stacy

    Sourdough Pancakes are Annie’s FAVORITE! :-) And yes, blog the syrup. And no, I’m not naughty. ;-)

    • Its_Gwen

      Yes Ma’am! :)

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  • Nanci Smith

    What a great idea!
    Would this still work (low carb-wise) if you don’t let it sit overnight? I know that the sitting out further reduces the carbs, but wouldn’t the sourdough starter “cancel” it out? (wishful thinking) I’m just thinking for times that I forget to plan ahead, or for now when I want to try this! :)

    • Its_Gwen

      Because you’re adding the extra flour, you do want to go overnight with the sourdough blend. You may play with using rye or oat flours instead if you want to try it last minute, as those don’t need to be cultured to be slow glycemic.

      • Nanci Smith

        Great ideas!
        I did wait and make it the next day…this recipe is definitely a new favorite.
        Are you planning on doing sourdough pizza crusts for a future post?

        • Its_Gwen

          I’m planning a few more fun things with the sourdough! :)

  • Cindy

    Oh no – I just realized I linked to the wrong post this morning :-( Link is fixed, and so glad you liked the starter menu from last week!

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  • Gwen Staples

    Can I use pre-ground flour? I don’t have a seed mill. Suggestions for what type? Just standard whole wheat flour?

    • Its_Gwen

      You can use regular store bought whole wheat flour…that will work just fine. It’s what I did for years. Using whole wheat is going to make a dense bread that we prefer as foccacia or pizza crust. You can use up to 2 cups of white flour to lighten it some.

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  • mamatomany

    Call me a fool, but I can’t see the recipe here?

    • Its_Gwen

      There is a photo that says “Click Here for the recipe” just before the Trim Healthy Tuesday banner. :) The printable is over on the Grain Mill Blog for a challenge I was doing with them.

      (and you’re not a fool, nor the first person who has asked) ♥ I added a text link too above the photo in case that helps.

  • Sarah Jane Butcher

    What gluten free flour or blend of flours would both taste good AND be lower glycemic?

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