Piloncillo Rasberry Pancakes
Almond Flour / Rasberry / Cinnamon / Vanilla / Eggs / Bacon / Serrano / Piloncillo .
I've never been a huge fan of pancakes, the boring consistent texture, with a taste of a flavorless cupcake and the heavy starch use and the refined carbs oh hell no.
Which is why in a morning scenario I would always pick the waffles although often the same mixture is used the mouthfeel and bite are a party that melts away in your mouth.
However today I decided to fix 3 things a dislike about pancakes.
1) texture 2) flavor > added raspberries and granulated piloncillo to enhance the bite, the raspberries' acidic profile help bring the toasty cinnamonand vanilla notes.
3) Nutrional value > replacing flour with almond flour keeping the sugar and carb content to a more adequate ratio.
Piloncillo, whose name means "pylon" for its conical shape, is a raw form of pure cane sugar that is commonly used in Mexican cooking.
This type of sugar has not been processed, leaving it with a golden brown color and a deliciously rich flavor similar to molasses , although it does not have any molasses in it.
Unlike brown sugar , which is sometimes made by coating refined white sugar with molasses, piloncillo is pure sugar with no additives. You can use piloncillo anywhere you would other types of sweeteners.
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