Pancakes For Mid Summer... Have You Thought Of Trying The CBD One? We Did...And Here Is The Recipe.
It’s quick and easy with only three ingredients and four simple steps. Plus, you can switch the plain flour to gluten free or even a touch of hemp flour added to it for a more natural earthy taste.
You can also swap the milk to plant-based milk. This recipe doesn’t include eggs, meaning it can be tailored to and enjoyed by everyone with any sort of lifestyle in mind.
You Will Need:
- 125g (1cup) plain flour or gluten free flour (or season it with hemp flour).
- 240ml (1 cup) of milk or plant milk.
- 2 tbsp. of rich in CBD hemp oil or paste (for latter you need to dilute it with some hempseed or olive oil).
Stir the milk and flour together until smooth, then stir in one tablespoon of CBD hemp oil paste and allow the mixture to cool in the fridge for 10 minutes.
Place your frying pan on a low-medium heat and coat the area with one tablespoon of coconut or avocado oil (just for frying and prevent the pancakes from sticking to the frying pan).
Remove the pan from the heat and pour in 125ml (half a cup) of the batter, moving it in circular motions around the pan to achieve a circle.
Keep the pancake on the move and when it slides without any resistance, then its flipping time! Flip over and heat on this side for the same amount of time.
And That’s It!
Of course, you can keep going until you have a tall stack of pancakes to your preference and add as many tasty toppings as you wish like our CBD Honey.
We topped ours off with fruit, nuts and some delicious CBD Chocolate. Enjoy your CBD Pancake!
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