Oat Pancakes with Honey and Yoghurt
Our Oat Pancakes with Yoghurt & Honey are a new addition to the menu that we’re super excited about. We believe that pancakes should be enjoyed all year along and not reserved for a treat on a weekend- our pancakes are guilt-free goodness!
Naturally sweet, sultanas help to give you that sweet fix without any added sugar! Sultanas are a great source of antioxidant-rich polyphenols, which help to fight inflammation, combat disease and prevent ageing. Sultanas are a fab source of iron, which helps to support the transportation of oxygen around the body. This helps maintain our muscle health, as iron is present in our muscle tissues and provide the supply of oxygen needed for contraction of muscles. Low levels of iron are linked to muscles losing their tone and elasticity.
We exclusively use British eggs at Bite Club, which means all the hens are vaccinated against salmonella. Eggs are a huge source of protein, which is essential for building tissue in your bones, muscles, skin and organs. Eggs are a fab source of vitamin D, which helps to maintain a healthy nervous, immune and skeletal system. Vitamin D may also help to support lung function and cardiovascular health. Eggs contain vitamin B12, which helps your body manufacture blood cells and accessing energy in foods. It may also offer protection against breast and colon cancers.
This food provides huge amounts of manganese, an antioxidant which fights free radical damage. Manganese also helps to maintain strong bones, as well as reducing inflammation in the body. Consuming oats regularly may help to prevent weight gain and obesity, as they help you to feel fuller for longer. Oats have a low-glycemic rating, which means they provide a slow release of energy throughout the day without a dramatic increase or drop in blood sugar. Maintaining lower blood sugar levels over a longer period of time helps the body regulate insulin usage. The low GI of organic rolled oats helps you avoid cravings due to a drop in blood sugar. Without the low blood sugar cravings, we are less likely to reach for our favourite comfort food.
These little guys are a source of soluble fibre, which helps to keep your bowel movements healthy. Chia seeds have a huge fibre count, meaning that they help to keep you fuller for longer and may aid with weight loss. Chia seeds are high in magnesium, which helps your muscles relax and keeps your heart and nervous system healthy. The omega-3 fatty acid content in chia seeds has huge benefits for your body! It helps to protect against heart disease, regulates cholesterol, reverses inflammation and lower blood pressure.
This spice has one of the highest antioxidant counts of any food! The antioxidant properties of cinnamon help to fight free radical damage, reduce oxidative stress and slow down the ageing process. Cinnamon also has anti-inflammatory properties, which may help to lower the risk of heart disease and different types of cancers. Cinnamon is also useful to use for pain management, as it may help to alleviate symptoms of PMS pains, muscle soreness and the severity of allergic reactions.
Apart from tasting good, honey also does good for your body. Honey contains antioxidants that help to boost the immune system, fight free radical damage and may also prevent certain types of cancer.
This food is a fab source of probiotics, which helps to maintain the good bacteria in your digestive system. It is also a great source of calcium, which helps to build and maintain strong bones