Quick Clean Eating Recipe

Pancakes with Cheese Filling

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Pancakes with Cheese Filling
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25 min.

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Pancakes always only with cinnamon and sugar or applesauce are boring. How about the spicy variant? Feta scores with a lot of proteins. These help to build and maintain muscle mass. In addition, proteins prevent the body from breaking down muscle mass instead of fat during a diet. In addition, wholemeal flour provides many vitamins and minerals, while the dietary fibres support digestion.

You prefer low-carb?! You can replace approx. 25 percent of the whole spelt flour with almond flour (partially tinted). Almond flour is a super supplier of calcium, magnesium and protein and scores with a low carbohydrate content.


For the batter
100 milliliters milk
50 grams Whipped cream
75 grams Pastry flour
½ teaspoon salt
1 egg
40 grams melted butter
butter (to fry)
For the filling
200 grams Feta
4 pickled mild green Pepperoncini
100 grams Yogurt (0.1% fat)
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon chopped Dill
freshly ground pepper
How healthy are the main ingredients?
FetaWhipped creamDillsalteggsalt

Preparation steps


For the batter: Mix flour and salt with milk and cream and whisk in egg. Mix the melted butter into the batter. Heat some butter in a pan. Pour batter into pan and cook until golden brown on both sides. Keep warm in oven (70° C) (approximately 160° F).


For the filling: Crumble feta and cut two pepperoncini into thin rings and mix with yogurt and dill. Season with lemon juice, salt and pepper. Spread on the pancakes and roll loosely. Serve garnished with the remaining pepperoncini.