What could be better than these amazing gluten free pancakes, with a yummy berry compote with added help: beautify skin for that tangy finishing touch? A delicious treat for Shove Tuesday and helping you achieve a glowing complexion from the inside.
What You’ll Need
100g Doves Gluten Free Flour
2 large eggs
1tbsp sunflower or vegetable oil
2 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoons caster sugar
knob of butter
1 sachet help: beautify skin
What To Do
Put the gluten free flour, eggs, milk and a pinch of salt into a bowl and whisk until a smooth batter. Set aside to rest for 30 minutes while you make the compote.
Melt the butter over a low heat so it doesn’t burn. Stir in the sugar and cook until the sugar melts. Add the raspberries and blueberries and mix so they are coated with the butter and sugar mixture. Cook for a few minutes until the fruit is soft and the juices are mixed well. Add the lemon juice and stir. Before serving add a sachet of help: beautify skin and mix.
Take your rested mixture and give it a last whisk to ensure there are no lumps of flour remaining. Use a medium sized frying pan and set it over a medium heat. Add a drop of oil to coat the pan. When the pan is hot add the batter mixture using a ladle to ensure you don’t add too much at once. Cook for 1 minute on each side or until golden. You can keep them warm in a pre-heated oven as you go. Serve hot with the berry compote mixture and loose fruit.
A Tasty Anti-Wrinkle Treatment
By adding help: beautify skin to your tasty treat you are helping to keep your skin in tip-top condition. It is formulated with skin boosting ingredients with anti-aging and skin regenerating properties. Use one or two sachets a day as part of your daily routine to achieve optimal results.
Each help: beautify skin sachet (10g total) contains these natural skin regenerating nutrients: CoEnzymeQ10, Hydrolysed Marine Collagen, Resveratrol, Aloe Vera and Vitamin C.
Make help: beautify skin part of your daily beauty regime and within just a few weeks you’ll be ready for your ‘close-up’.