Pancakes! Though I cannot claim that they taste or feel anything like normal pancakes, ha! They are flat and oily and taste just like their name, sunbutter and quinoa. I added the sunbutter to improve the flavor from just quinoa. Since being on a TED, I really enjoying having something a little different. I drizzle mine with pure maple syrup or cooked blueberries and maple syrup (with Tapioca startch if I want a thick sauce).
Again, I have no measurments for you, but I will try to measure it next time I make them and will update the post.
I mix sunbutter, coconut oil and honey together (Use maple syup if for baby under 1). Then I sprinkled the quinoa flour in till it had a smooth spreadable consistancy. If it gets too thick I add water, coconut milk or even pear juice. Lastly fry them in a pan with a small amount of coconut oil.
We recently introduced Miss A to coconut hoping it would be a great source of fats for her. She loves it! It also opens up a multitude of possibilities as there is coconut oil, shredded coconut, coconut flour, coconut milk, and coconut butter or manna. One of our challenges though is she refused puree. She wants to feed herself. But she only recently popped her first 2 teeth. So she has limited foods, that have to be in small soft chunks. Time to get creative. Enter the Coconut Meltie.
I’m afraid this isnt excatly a “recipe” as I never measure anything. But you can’t mess it up!
I took her safe foods, blended together and froze them in small plops. This way she can pick them up and feed herself, yet they melt fast into smooth soft puree.
I used pepared quinoa flakes, pears and coconut butter. Blend them together so they are a soft thick puree. Then make little plops into a freezer safe container.
Enjoy they melty goodness.