Superfood Bakery x QNOLA

What could be better than a warm, cinnamon-y, delicious smell of a freshly made stack of pancakes in the morning? That's right, hardly anything. 
We love finding new delicious ways to serve our mixes (like this one or this one). That's why we teamed up with Qnola this month - they make delicious nutritionally enhanced breakfast products. You should definitely try their wholesome granola (the beetroot and pistachio one disappeared after a few breakfasts)! Yum! 
So! To make a few delicious stacks, you will need: 

Eggs 3

Milk 255ml

Qnola Vanilla & Almond 50g

 

Pancake Mix

Method

Preheat the pan on medium heat, add some vegetable or coconut oil. Whisk together milk and 3 eggs, add Morning Dreamers Pancake mix and mix until well-combined. Add Qnola into the mix, or sprinkle on top at the end!

Pancake Mix
Use a ladle or a large spoon to scoop the mix and put in the pan. Fry your pancake on one side until the top appears dry, then flip. Once cooked. place on the plate and repeat.
Pancake Mix
Sprinkle on top and ENJOY!
Pancake Mix
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Video: The Sexiest Pancakes We've Ever Seen

Did we mention how much we love meeting fellow foodies? This is one of the best parts of our job! A few months ago we've met Ali (aka Baliboosta) - a blogger whom you should start following, like, right now.

When we first saw her blog baliboosta.com, we immediately fell in love! Ali creates delicious, easy to cook and beautiful spreads - a great inspiration for when you have guests over and need to wow them (without much effort). 

A few weeks ago Ali has created a video recipe for Chunky Monkey Dreamers Pancakes using our pancake mix... and OMG (we didn't know our pancakes could look that sexy)! 

Enjoy! 

 

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Vegan Chocolate Orange Energy Balls

We love meeting inspiring and talented founders of other food brands. A few weeks ago we shared smoothies with Mary - a founder of Onist Food. Mary is a nutritionist who used to work for Jamie Oliver (omg!) and then started her own business making delicious Avocado Choc Pods. We loved them so much that we could not wait to try them with one of our mixes!
The result was SO good, that would have been unfair of us not to share the recipe with you (we have eaten half of the batch within an hour of making it!). 
Recipe (makes 15 balls)
 
Energy balls
Agave Nectar  10ml
Coconut Oil 1 tbsp
Juice of half an orange and orange zest
Desiccated coconut to decorate 
 
energy balls
Method
Put all ingredients in a blender. Blitz until well-combined. 
Taste for sweetness and add more agave nectar if necessary. 
Roll into balls, decorate with desiccated coconut and orange zest. Refrigerate for 15 minutes before eating! YUM!
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Recipe: Raspberry Ripple Pancakes

We love working with people who understand us and with whom we share the same ethos. We've met Squirrel Sisters about a month ago and instantly felt the connection! They believe in the same things as we do: finding the perfect balance between health and fun, and nourishing your body with healthy and delicious food! 

It was only natural that we would try and see how to incorporate their snack bars into one of our recipes... 

Raspberry Ripple Pancakes with Caramelised Banana

banana pancakes

 

Recipe (for 2-3 people, depending on your appetite)

For the pancakes

Morning Dreamers Pancakes 1 pack

Eggs 3

Milk 255ml

For the caramelised bananas

Caster sugar 25g

Vanilla essence 1/4 tsp

Hot water 1 tbsp

Banana, peeled and sliced 1

Unsalted butter 2-3 tbsp

For the topping

Raspberry Ripple Bar 1

Raspberries

Method

For the pancakes

Preheat the pan on medium heat, add some vegetable or coconut oil. Whisk together milk and 3 eggs, add Morning Dreamers Pancake mix and mix until well-combined. Use a ladle or a large spoon to scoop the mix and put in the pan. Fry your pancake on one side until the top appears dry, then flip. Once cooked. place on the plate and repeat.

For the caramelised bananas

Heat the sugar, vanilla essence and water in a pan over low-medium heat, until it forms a caramel. Add the banana slices to the pan and make sure the caramel coats the bananas. Add the butter to the pan and heat for another two minutes.

For the topping

Crush the Raspberry Ripple bar, and serve with some raspberries and maple syrup!

Voilà! 

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Recipe: Pancakes with Cashew Mousse and Coconut&Vanilla Popcorn

We LOVE our pancakes. We love them so much that we've had them with every imaginable topping (coconut jam, anyone?), so we decided to up our game and try something more... creative. 

How about a...

Gluten-Free Pancake Stack with Cashew Mousse and Coconut & Vanilla Popcorn..? 

Gluten Free pancakes

Recipe (for 2-3 people, depending on your appetite)

For the pancakes

Morning Dreamers Pancakes 1 pack

Eggs 3

Milk 255ml

For the mousse

Roasted cashew nuts 1.5 cup

Coconut oil (or vegetable oil) 4 tbsp

Agave nectar 6 tbsp

Vanilla powder (or some vanilla extract) 1/2 tsp

Lemon juice 1 tbsp

A pinch of salt

Water 3-6 tbsp depending on the consistency

Coconut and vanilla popcorn for decoration

Method

For the pancakes

Preheat the pan on medium heat, add some vegetable or coconut oil. Whisk together milk and 3 eggs, add Morning Dreamers Pancake mix and mix until well-combined. Use a ladle or a large spoon to scoop the mix and put in the pan. Fry your pancake on one side until the top appears dry, then flip. Once cooked. place on the plate and repeat.

For the cashew mousse

Add cashews into a blender and blitz on high-speed for a few seconds. Then add all remaining ingredients and continue mixing. Add water if necessary. The mousse should be smooth without cashew bits.

Once the mousse is ready, spread it between the layers of the pancake stack and decorate with some popcorn!

Voilà! 

 

 

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