Have a Healthier Pancake Day with GOOD Hemp.

February 17, 2015 at 3:38 pm Leave a comment


Pancake Day (or Shrove Tuesday, if you’re so inclined) is a day designated for excess before the trials and tribulations of the forty days of lent. However, this doesn’t mean that your pancakes have to be totally unhealthy. With GOOD Hemp products you can use it as an opportunity to both indulge and top up on some essential nutrients at the same time. Here’s a few ideas and tips to get you started:

  • Use GOOD Oil to cook your pancakes and stop them from sticking
    • Nobody likes to see good pancake batter go to waste, and using our GOOD Oil instead of your butter or other oils is a great way to ensure that this doesn’t happen. Our GOOD Oil is full of Omega 3, and contains only half the saturated fat of olive oil and can be used in many of the same ways, making it a quick, easy and healthy substitute for oil or butter when cooking your pancakes.
  • Swap your milk for GOOD Hemp Milk
    • Swapping the standard milk most people use for making their pancake batter for GOOD Hemp milk has all sorts of benefits. Not only will it add a creamy, nutty flavour that works fantastically in sweet dishes but it will also add loads of good things such as essentially fatty acids like Omega 3, 6 and 9 as well as a complete lack of cholesterol. Furthermore, it’s perfectly suited to cooking as it does not lose ANY of its nutritional benefits when used for cooking and will not curdle either.
  • Keep your toppings simple
    • Things can get out of hand when it comes to pancake toppings, and this tends to be when all concerns for keeping things healthy go out of the window. If you keep your toppings simple, then you can go some distances to keeping things healthy too. Fresh fruit makes a great healthy pancake toppings, with berries and bananas being two great choices. You could also try out our GOOD Seed Sweet Cinnamon shelled hemp seeds which are full of protein and would make your pancakes even healthier.

Hopefully these tips can help you keep your Pancake Day escapades in check and help keep your body healthy too.


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