Baked green pea flour and vegetables pancakes

These baked green pea flour and vegetable pancakes are a happy accident because there’s always a way to fix things when you mess up.
The result was unexpectedly good, soft and tasty.
Here’s what happened.

baked veggie pancakes with green pea flour

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baked green pea flour vegetables pancakes

Baked green pea flour and vegetable pancakes

green pea flour and veggie pancakes

Here we are…Every day I prepare veggie mash for my toddler. I’m used to making it with all those nourishing vegetables: carrots, potatoes and zucchini. Afterwards I add fats, carbohydrates and proteins … so far so good.

Unfortunately today I completely forgot the pot on the stove, with the gas on super high, it dried out the pot and almost burned everything out.

Despite the scorched pot, I saved the veggies, because they weren’t blackened  (it’s not safe to eat them if they are), I kept them for me and made the baby food from scratch…again!

I mashed them with a potato-masher, added a few other ingredients found lying about in the fridge, and shaped some pancakes.

What can I say, not a starred chef’s recipe at all, but in the end a useful dish with good carbs turned out, plus I didn’t have to throw anything away…it bothers me so much…a monstruosity.

 

By the way, DO NOT burn the ingredients, it is NOT required by the recipe. Hahahah!! 🙂

 

Let’s come to the macros * of the recipe:

Kcal: 247 per serving
Number of serving:2= 3 pancakes each
Number of ingredients: 8
Carbs 55% Proteins 30% Fats 15%

Products availability: I found everything at the supermarket, the only doubt concerns the green pea flour.
While the chickpea flour is easily found everywhere,green pea flour can be a little more challenging. I’ll try with the chickpea flour and we’ll see how it comes out… I will update the post as soon as I make it.

These vegetarian pancakes with peas flour and vegetables are done in half an hour. They are also good cold and stuffed with ham, cheese or whatever you wish, for a quick afternoon pre-workout snack…it’s perfect.

How much did I spend **?

To make this recipe I spent a total of € 2.64 and a € 1.32 portion.

Pretty cheap what do you say?

 

To prepare this recipe you’ll need

  • potato-masher
  • baking paper
  • mixing bowl

 

Ingredients in order of use

2 L Filtered Water
100 g Zucchini
200 g Potato
100 g Carrots
40 g Green Pea flour
30 g grated Parmigiano
100 g Pasteurised egg whites
Pinch of Pepper

 

Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes

Directions

Vegetables

Rinse the vegetables, peel the potatoes and carrots and cut them coarsely.
Cut the zucchini into slices.
Bring 2 L of water to boil and cook the vegetables for 15 minutes.
In a mixing bowl sift the pea flour, add the pepper, the grated Parmigiano, the egg whites and mix everything homogeneously.

Baked green pea flour and vegetable pancakes Pancakes

When the vegetables are tender, drain and mash them, let them cool and add to the other ingredients.
Mix everything trying to get a smooth texture.
Line a tin, or directly the oven tray, with baking paper.
Using a ladle, place 6 portions of the mixture on the baking paper, slightly apart one from each other, and flatten them 1 cm high and round shaped.

baked green pea flour and vegetable pancakes baked green pea flour and vegetable pancakes

Bake at 180 ° – 200 °C for 20 minutes flipping them halfway through cooking.

 

Baked green pea flour and vegetables pancakes
 
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Recipe type: pancakes
Cuisine: Gym Food
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 2 L Filtered Water
  • 100 g Zucchini
  • 200 g Potato
  • 100 g Carrots
  • 40 g Green Pea flour
  • 30 g grated Parmigiano
  • 100 g Pasteurised egg whites
  • Pinch of Pepper
Instructions
  1. Rinse the vegetables, peel the potatoes and carrots and cut them coarsely.
  2. Cut the zucchini into slices.
  3. Bring 2 L of water to boil and cook the vegetables for 15 minutes.
  4. In a mixing bowl sift the pea flour, add the pepper, the grated Parmigiano, the egg whites and mix everything homogeneously.
  5. When the vegetables are tender, drain and mash them, let them cool and add to the other ingredients.
  6. Mix everything trying to get a smooth texture.
  7. Line a tin, or directly the oven tray, with damp baking paper.
  8. Using a ladle, place 6 portions of the mixture on the baking paper, slightly apart one from each other, and flatten them 1 cm high andround shaped.
  9. Bake at 180 ° - 200 °C for 20 minutes flipping them halfway through cooking.
Nutrition Information
Calories: 233 Fat: 3.5g Carbohydrates: 34g Fiber: 7g Protein: 16.5g

Enjoy and have a great day,


Lety

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