Healthy Gluten Free Crepe!!
Years ago when I found out that I was celiac and gluten intolerant I began to experiment with psyllium fiber and egg whites... I used to use oats but I didn’t know that they were gluten contaminated and causing me pain.
Anyways I replaced the oats with psyllium and created an even yummier pancake! A couple years later I discovered coconut flour and decided to mix the coconut flour and psyllium together and deliciousness was created!!
Now you do have to play around with the recipe because psyllium can bulk up fast!
I found the trick for me was to heat the pan first on medium heat while I was mixing the ingredients together.
1/2 cup of egg whites (2-3 egg whites)
2 tbs of psyllium fiber
2 tbs of coconut flour
2 tbs of water
1/2 tsp or more of cinnamon
1tbs of coconut oil
First coat your pan with coconut oil so that your crepe will be easy to flip. Second put the pan on the burner on medium heat to warm up.
Mix all ingredients in a container with a closed lid and shake it shake it shake it baby!!
Once it looks like its all mixed turn the heat down to medium-low, if you have a gas stove turn it down to the minimum.
Pour the mixture in the pan and wait for 1-3 minutes, use a spatula to check the edges so you know when to flip.
Once ready to flip carefully flip and turn the heat down again, if it’s a gas stove turn it off, it will cook on its own without burning.
1 organic fuji apple
2 tsp of cinnamon
2 tbs of water
1 tbs of hemp hearts
1tsp of pumpkin seeds
1 tsp of cranberries
1 tsp of coconut chips
1 tbs of coconut yogurt
Slice the apple and throw in a non stick pan with the water and 1tsp of cinnamon. Sauté the apples until apples are caramelized.
Mix coconut yogurt with the other tsp of cinnamon.
Place sautéed apples on top of the crepe and add all other toppings.
This is totally my favourite breakfast I usually top mine with raw papaya and toasted coconut flakes, any topping is delish! This is great for desert too just add a scoop of your favourite ice cream dairy or non dairy and enjoy… oh and sharing with a loved one always tastes better ;)