I will share a beetroot and oatmeal pancake recipe we created for my friend's blood type B diet. (See her story on why eating for your blood type might matter.) It makes roughly 17 3-inch pink beetroot pancakes that children enjoy. Additionally, the recipe is vegan and, depending on your oat source, gluten free.
One of our Blood Type B Recipes: Pink Pancakes
Ingredients for this blood type B recipe: Pink Pancakes
1/4 cup Beetroot, peeled and puréed (highly beneficial for blood type B)
1 1/4 cup Oat, grounded (highly beneficial for blood type B)
1/2 tsp Nutmeg powder (neutral for blood type B)
1 tsp Essence (Almond essence is neutral for blood type B)
Sweetener: Brown sugar and or Fructose to taste (both neutral for blood type B) - Optional
2 tsp Baking Powder (aluminum free)
3 cups Water
2 tbsp Flaxseed meal (neutral for blood type B)
Ingredients to Make Syrup for this blood type B recipe (Pink Pancakes)
If you only have pitted prunes, soak overnight and blend roughly 8 prunes with 1/3 cup water. Gradually add the water, preparing yourself to stop at this recommended amount or exceeding it to achieve the consistency you like.
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Instructions for this blood type B recipe: Pink Pancakes
1. Combine all pancake ingredients. Allow to stand for 5 minutes. This will allow the flaxseeds to activate its mucilaginous properties that make is a great egg substitute. See how to use flaxseed as an egg substitute.
2. Very lightly coat the pan with oil and pour the well mixed batter into a pan over medium to low heat
3. Flip when the edges show signs of having been cooked through
- List of other recipes for blood type B
- How to regrow salad (beet) greens from store bought beets
- Protein Granola Health Bar Recipe
- Baking (Ital Rasta bread) without an oven & using a substitute for parchment paper (YouTube video. Click HERE to subscribe)
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The categorization of the healthfulness of ingredients has been sourced from 'Eat Right 4 Your Type' by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo (1996).