Is it teething time for your little one?
Eva Orsmond has create a delicious pancake recipe that is also nutritious by using Nestlé Cereals recently launched FIBRE1 cereal as an ingredient.
These pancakes are quick and easy to make and are a wonderful healthy option to celebrate pancake Tuesday. Follow the recipe below and enjoy!
FIBRE1 Pancakes – serves 4
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 250ml low-fat supermilk
  • 50g FIBRE1® cereal, crushed
  • 150g wholemeal flour
  • 40g dried apricots chopped very small
To Serve:
1 tin of 410g sliced peaches in juice, drained
  • Break the eggs in a bowl and whisk. Pour milk over the eggs and whisk further.
  • Gradually whisk in the flour and the chopped apricots. Put the FIBRE1 in a sandwich or freezer bag and crush using a rolling pin. Add the crushed cereal.
  • Spray a non-stick small pan with oil and place over heat. Take two tablespoons of batter per pancake and fry. You should be able to get 4 pancakes (6 inches each).
  • Puree the tin of sliced peaches, after discarding the juice, and serve with the FIBRE1 pancakes.
Per Pancake (including peach puree)
303 Calories
50g Carbohydrate
11g Protein
5.7g Fat
7.1g Fibre
FIBRE1 is high in fibre but also tastes delicious with a touch of honey, crunchy flakes and sliced almonds. Every bowl contains 30% of your daily fibre requirement. On Friday March 9th Nestlé cereals are giving away 50,000 full size boxes of FIBRE1 for free. FIBRE 1 is available nationwide at an RRP of €3.69.



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