Easy Japanese Souffle Pancakes
Our inhouse French cook Laurent has put a twist in an easy to make but luxurious looking and tasting meal or appetizer. So light to the taste, it can be made CBDelicious by the easy addition of our ReBotanicals tincture. This tincture is a full spectrum tincture formulated with Organic MCT oil (derived from organic coconuts) which adds a special boost for both your body and your taste buds. Using the French method of whipping the egg white into a meringue to make it so light and fluffy it melts in your mouth. He has used regular baking flour but other flours such as a gluten free all purpose is great to substitute into the recipe. Make it how you like it but don’t for get to make it how your body likes it with Hemp and all of the benefits that brings to your whole endocannabinoid system. Here is the recipe for CBDelicious Japanese Souffle Pancakes
1 egg white (separated and whipped until stiff)
1 egg yoke
1.5 teaspoon powdered sugar2 tablespoons of flour (can substitute coconut or any other flour you prefer)
1 tablespoon of milk (can substitute almond or coconut)
1 teaspoon of oil (preferably coconut or MCT to compliment the tincture)
¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 mL of Re: Botanical CBD oil (20mg of CBD)
First combine the egg yolk, the oil the vanilla and the RE Botanicals tincture and with a whisk mix and then slowly add in the flour as you mix
In a separate bowl with mixers combine the egg white and sugar and beat until stiff (if you pull up mixers while off will make a little mountain.
Next fold egg white mixture into the dough to completely mix together slowly a bit at a time.
On low heat pre heated pan spoon dough into pan and add a teaspoon of water and cover. Cook one side for 3-4 minutes, flip and add another teaspoon of water and cover done in another 3-4 minutes.
Serve with your favorite condiment or just on their own.
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Evie Louise is a recent psychology graduate from New York University. She is a certified in International Cannabinoid Clinical Therapy. Evie sees all forms of the cannabis sativa plant as the future of psychiatry, and hopes to use it in her therapy practice as a full spectrum approach to mental health and wellness.