This morning, I made brunch, as it was too late for breakfast, too early for lunch when I finished posting my writing from this mornings’ WordPress blog: Monuments in remembering God’s power in our lives during times of difficulties.
I bought some Einkorn flour to try it out and I have to say it does replace the hunger in my tummy that is both tasty and nutritious.
Ancient grains are inherently more nutritious than modern varieties. Einkorn is the most ancient wheat and is the result of Mother Nature’s untouchable craftsmanship.
Pure goodness as is.
A few benefits of EINKORN Flour:
1) High in Thiamin, essential dietary and trace minerals
2) Good source of protein, iron, dietary fiber and a number of B Vitamins.
3) Contains a significant amount of the powerful antioxidant Lutein
4) Higher Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) than durum and bread wheat
5) Higher content of proteins, tocols and carotenoids than other species of wheat.
6) Lower percentage of nutrient loss during processing
The intensive farming methods used to raise yields have stripped flavor and vital nutrients from today’s wheat. With einkorn, you can actually taste wheat the way nature intended.
Einkorn has 30% more protein and 30% less starch than regular wheat, plus abundant B Vitamins and trace minerals like Iron. Those extra nutrients translate directly to more energy and a greater feeling of wellness, not empty calories.
The gluten in einkorn lacks the high molecular weight proteins that many people can’t digest. If you are sensitive to modern wheat, einkorn can provide a delicious alternative. Please note that einkorn does contain gluten and is therefore not ok for those with Celiac Disease.
1 Cup Einkorn flour (I often add a bit of buckwheat to this recipe)
1/2 Cup organic melted coconut oil
2 T Organic Cinnamon
2 T Organic Chia Seeds
1 Cup Raw Goat Milk (feel free to use any type milk or substitute as they all will work)
1 Organic Free Range Egg
1 T Organic Baking Powder
Pinch of Organic Himalayan Pink Salt
Maple Syrup (I use Dark Maple Syrup as it adds nutrient benefits)
Handful of berries (I mixed blueberries & cranberries from my own frozen supply)
Feel free to add nuts, raisins or your own variety of whatever you fancy! This is the fun part of experimenting in creating delicious tasting homemade meals, adding your own varieties in choosing ingredients!
Mix ingredients together well and cook on both sides until no longer gooey in the middle. Top with some organic butter and/or coconut oil, along with maple syrup. I also added two cooked eggs for additional protein.
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Lorraine (Rainey) Taylor – Kitchen Delights