World without sugar: Sometimes sweet, sometimes hearty-pancakes and vegetable waffles for the school bread box
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whether school training or simply a new class after the holidays-one of them probably have one thing in common: they want a delicious filled bread tin. And parents also want the content to arrive at their offspring and was not for the cat. When a school child opens the bread box, she should get a smile out of him, Food blogger Mareike Pucka finds. Ideally, a colorful mix becomes a (full) goal - and without sugar.
so there is something for every taste A sweet and a hearty option. Both recipes are with spelled flour and without sugar. In addition, the favorite fruit and a colorful bread skewer and the perfect healthy school snack is packed. Another plus: All recipes can be prepared excellently the day before.
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ingredients for the bread box mix and match
1 kiwi cut into sticks, 2 strawberries, 1 mini cucumber, 3 mini tomatoes, blueberries, optionally banana pancakes or vegetable waffles, 2 shish locks, cream cheese nature, a little slice of bread, some rocket or other lettuce leaves , possibly silicone shapes and colorful skewersIngredients for the banana pancakes
1 mature banana, 1/2 tl cinnamon, 1 egg, 60 g spelled flour 603 (3 tablespoons), somewhat neutral vegetable oil for roastingpreparation of the banana pancakes
peel the banana in one Add the bowl and finely crush with the fork.
Add the egg, the cinnamon and the flour and stir with the fork until everything is well mixed. Place
in a coated pan and put a 1 tablespoon of dough into the pan. Bake all pancakes in a golden brown one after the other.
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ingredients for the vegetable waffles (12-14 pieces)
150 g zucchini grated, 100 g of carrot grated, 100 g spelled flour 603, 100 g Skyr, 30 g grated cheese, 1/2 onion diced, salt, pepper, 1 tsp spice, for example Café de Paris, neutral plank oil, waffle ironPreparation of the vegetable waffles
Put all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and stir into a viscous dough with a dough scraper.
Preheat the waffle iron.
brush the waffle iron with a little oil and add a heaped El dough to the waffle iron and wait until the mini waffles are golden brown.
process until the complete dough is used up.Further preparation
The waffles or alternatively let the pancakes cool and then pack the bread box in accordance with the child.
free the bread slices from the bark and brush with cream cheese.
Cut the bread into squares and alternately slide with cucumber slices and tomatoes onto two shish lock skewers. Place
in the bread box a little salad/rocket and put the bread skewers on it.
kiwi, strawberries and blueberries put in the bread box - or optionally pack in small silicone shapes.
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