Anyone who has been diagnosed with diabetes will know flour can negatively impact on your blood sugar readings. Most breakfast recipes call for flour as its principle ingredient from breakfast cereals, breads, pancakes, waffles and even soups. So what can a diabetic patient do? Try our flourless rolled oats pancake recipe.
With just three simple ingredients it is possible to have a quick and healthy breakfast whenever you are in the mood for pancakes. For our vegan and vegetarian readers we suggest using one ripe banana instead of the egg as a binding agent. Remember to always check with your doctor when trying a new diet plan, diabetic or not.
Flourless rolled oats pancakes
2 tbsps low fat milk
1 egg or1 ripe banana
1 cup rolled oats
Blend oats and milk, then add the egg. Mix in a bowl until the consistency of pancake batter. Make pancakes as you usually do.
Benefits of whole grains such as rolled oats:
• excellent source of dietary fibre
• linked to a lower risk of obesity
• aids in digestion and maintaining proper metabolic health
• decrease risk for coronary artery diseases and colorectal cancer
• high in antioxidants
• lower cholesterol
• control blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity
• high in fibre and that means that you will feel fuller longer helping you to eat less and shed those extra pounds
• Peer reviewed article in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that a diet high in whole grains such as rolled oats is as effective as taking hypertensive medication
• It is believed that feeding infants oats before they are the age of six months is linked to a decreased risk of childhood asthma
• Due to high fibre content, it may be able to relieve constipation
• Finely ground oats can help in skincare, it can be used to treat symptoms of skin conditions like eczema
July 2017 www.sweettntmagazine.com
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