These are not only the best pancakes I’ve ever tasted, but also the healthiest, and I’ve tasted way more than my fair share of pancakes. Our good friend Klaus surprised us with these at breakfast when we visited him in California (where else would you find something this healthy) and the flavor just blew us away. They’re made with Bob’s Red Mill High Fiber Hot Cereal instead of flour, and have walnuts, raisins and dates mixed in. I know it sounds a little busy for a pancake, but give this recipe a try, then top the pancakes with a dollop of yogurt and some fresh fruit and real maple syrup and I guarantee you’ll never go the Eggo or Aunt Jemima route again. And, as an added bonus, they freeze really well, so you can make up a big batch, freeze the leftovers, and just pop them in the toaster oven anytime for a quick, delicious, nutritious breakfast.
This is a great one skilletrecipe for an easy, incredibly delicious and healthy stir fry. It does have a lot of ingredients, but as with most recipes like this, feel free to substitute your favorite vegetables for the ones you may not care for…just make sure to cut the pieces about the same size so they cook evenly…that’s all there is to it. Also, if you don’t have hoisin sauce on hand (and Kikkoman is the store brand I recommend, with Lee Kum Kee a close second) ), here is a simple Hoisin Sauce recipe that produces a pretty good substitute that works really well with this recipe. Serve over rice or rice noodles, and make a big batch, because it tastes just as good the second (or even third) day.