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Choconut bites - Sugar Free, Gluten Free

Choconut Bites

I personally love simple, fast but delicious and healthy food. And these Choconut bites kindly created by Annabel Langbein tick all the boxes for me. Sugar and gluten free little muffins with only a hint of honey and yoghurt to keep it nice and smooth.


I hope you enjoy them as I did 🙂

Choconut bites - Sugar Free, Gluten Free



• 1 large ripe banana
• 3 eggs
• 1 cup plain yogurt
• ¼ cup honey
• 1 cup quick-cook rolled oats
• 3 Tbsp cocoa
• ½ cup desiccated coconut
• 3 Tsp Cinnamon
• 2 Tsp vanilla extract
• 2 Tsp baking powder



1. Preheat oven to 175C and lightly grease a 12-hole muffin pan. Unless you use small muffin tray for small muffin bites.


2. Mix banana, eggs, yogurt and honey in a mixed bowl.


3. Add all other ingredients and stir to combine evenly.


4. Divide between prepared muffin cases (about ÂĽ cup per case).


5. Bake until risen and cooked through (18-20 minutes). Leave in a pan for 10 minutes before turning out.


6. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 days or freeze until needed.


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Healthy Vegan Pancakes

Easy Healthy Vegan Protein Pancakes Recipe

How To Make Vegan Protein Pancakes

I have been wanting to share more recipes with you for a while, but just haven’t got around it. Luckily, a dear and very close friend of mine Emma Jessop is a foodie and a great cook. When I saw her recipes and food pictures, I couldn’t resist to ask if I could share it on my page. So, here we go. Everyone please thank Emma for this amazing Easy Healthy Vegan Protein Pancakes Recipe.


Now, some of you might ask yourself – is Eugenia vegan? Does she promote vegan diet?

I thought I will take that question from you and answer it for you 🙂


Those of you who follow me know that I don’t promote any particular diet as I believe that we are all unique individuals and our diet should be as individual as our bodies. I don’t think there is one particular diet that works for everyone and it can change through our life anyway. Our needs and our taste changes, so why not just stay flexible. By saying that, I absolutely respect who commit to a vegan diet because of their beliefs and for moral purposes.


However, I do love vegan food and admire people who are able to create meals from scratch using spices, herbs and other ingredients that are not pre-made. I’ve tried one of the best dishes I have ever eaten and they were vegan. If I had my own chef, I would ask them to cook vegan for me, just because I love the flavours, but I don’t have one, so here we go.


I am sharing this recipe with you because I believe they just taste and look amazing and I hope you enjoy these.

Vegan protein pancakes easy and fast


Healthy Vegan Protein Pancakes:


What I love about these vegan protein pancakes is that they are sugar free and are great source of protein. What a great start in the day.

You don’t need to be vegan to eat these. Sometimes, all we need to do is just to be more open minded and try something new.


Makes 6 -8 medium pancakes




  • 1 cup oat flour
  • 1 40g scoop plant-based protein powder (recommend chocolate!)
  • 1 dsp baking powder
  • 1 dsp chia seeds
  • 1 dsp ground flax/linseed meal
  • 1 ÂĽ cups plant milk (add ÂĽ more if mixture is too thick)
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1 tsp cinnamon




  1. Mix all dry ingredients in a medium bowl
  2. Mash banana then add milk and vanilla and mix together
  3. Combine wet ingredients into the dry mixture until smooth
  4. Let mixture sit for 5-10 minutes, This allows the baking powder to do its thing so the pancakes are light and fluffy



  1. Pan fry on low-medium heat until golden brown. Approx 5 minutes each side. Flip when the surface starts to bubble.
  2. Can be cooked without oil in a good non-stick pan

Here is the non-stick electric pan that was used for these pancakes. They are incredibly fast and make cooking so much easier.

This is how we make vegan pancakes without using oil.


Enjoy the pancakes with the following toppings ideas:

Mixed berries, banana, kiwifruit, mandarin, coconut yoghurt