Coconut Pancake Recipes and Buckwheat Pancake Recipes
Coconut pancake recipes can be a great alternative for people on a gluten free diet. And buckwheat pancake recipes can be another great gluten free alternative for your morning breakfast.
A buckwheat pancake recipe uses a fruit seed that is known to contain many health benefits and was used by the Ancient people of Asia. Buckwheat flour is also considered to be a low glycemic food.
However, if you want a low carb pancake recipe, using coconut flour will be the better alternative. And by using healthy sweeteners you can add a little sweetness into your pancake recipes without overly spiking your blood sugar level which is also a better alternative.
Yakon Root Syrup - made from a root that has a sweet flavor. This sweetener is low on the glycemic index scale and is also low in calories. It's also full of important minerals and is
considered a prebiotic.
This sweetener has a high amount of FOS
sugar which is a sugar that our bodies cannot metabolize and reminds me
of molasses with its rich dark color.
Coconut Sugar - is a sugar that is low in fructose and has
a Low Glycemic Index of 35. It is made from the sap of coconut flowers
and contains a good amount of important minerals.
This low glycemic sweetener resembles brown sugar in taste and in color.
Lucuma Powder - has a very pleasant maple-like taste and comes from the lucuma fruit. It's typically made from fruit that has
been dehydrated at low temperatures and then milled into a fine powder.
This sweetener is loaded with beta carotene, vitamin B3, and minerals. It is also considered a Low Glycemic sweetener.
Mesquite Powder - is made from the pods of the mesquite
tree. This sweetener has a sweet caramel taste and is high in protein
as well as in important minerals.
Mesquite scores low on the glycemic index scale and will balance blood sugar levels.