8 servings, ready in 40 minutes
Enjoy this quick & easy Malaysian Peanut Pancakes recipe from the SPLENDA® Brand. This simple, make ahead recipe is established with just a few steps! Try it now with SPLENDA® Sugar Alternative, Granulated!
- 300g plain flour
- 1 tsp easy blend yeast
- 6 tbsp SPLENDA® Granulated
- 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
- Sunflower oil in a spray
- 100g roasted peanuts
- 2 tbsp sesame seeds
- 4 tbsp light coconut milk
- Stir together the flour, yeast, 4 tablespoons of SPLENDA® Granulated, bicarbonate of soda along with 225ml warm water until you have a smooth batter. Leave it to proof for around 40 minutes until it is just bubbling.
- In a food processor, whizz together the remaining 2 tablespoons of SPLENDA® Granulated with the peanuts and sesame seeds until they start to become a little wet. Add the coconut until the mixture is moist.
- Warm a non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and spray twice with the oil. Using a large ladle, half fill it and pour into the pan. Spread it out until it is around 18cm in diameter. Cook for a moment then scatter on a spoonful of the peanut mixture. Fold the pancake in to half and cook for a moment or so more. Place on a baking tray, cover and keep warm in a low oven.
- Repeat with the rest of the ingredients until you have used everything up!
- Serve the pancakes warm.
Just in time for the summer months, Healthy Eating Week is great chance to make some small and simple changes to make sure you’re feeling you healthiest and most confident self. Whether this is swapping your regular breakfast for a delicious acai bowl or delicious smoothie, or cutting down on the booze, Helen’s developed ten top tips filled with the sort of small changes that made daily can make a big difference! Top 3 tips include:
Don’t fall for faddy diets
Instead of ‘going on a diet’, change your eating habits for good; focus on the huge number of other benefits that eating well will have for you, such as a beautiful confident smile, glossy hair, strong nails and glowing skin.
Keep a food photo diary
A visual record of everything you eat is far more accurate than a written one – and smartphones make it easy. Take a photo of every little thing that passes your lips and at the end of a week print it out and separate the photos into meals, snacks and extras. A clear picture of exactly what you’re eating is a great starting point.
Studies show that mindless or distracted eating can mean you consume a large number of calories – bad news for wedding day waistlines. The solution: pay attention to every single mouthful – don’t rush things or eat on the go - sit at a table, use a plate and avoid screens.