£2.4966.4p per 100g
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|Typical Values||Per Serving 37.5g / 1.03 oz (Dry)||Per 100g (Dry Mix)||Per 100g (As prepared)||Per 100g (Vegan)|
|Energy||537 kJ / 128 kcal||1432 kJ / 342 kcal||845 kJ / 202 kcal||921 kJ / 220 kcal|
|Fat||0.7 g||1.8 g||2.9 g||7.7 g|
|Of which Saturates||0.1 g||0.3 g||0.9 g||0.6 g|
|Carbohydrates||25.8 g||68.9 g||34.8 g||32.1 g|
|Of which Sugars||0.6 g||1.6 g||1.6 g||0.8 g|
|Of which Starch||25.2 g||67.3 g||33.2 g||31.3 g|
|Dietary Fibre||2.0 g||5.2 g||2.3 g||2.2 g|
|Protein||2.6 g||7.0 g||6.5 g||3.3 g|
|Salt||0.5 g||1.2 g||0.7 g||0.6 g|
|Of which Sodium||186 mg||496 mg||276 mg||231 mg|
|Gluten||Not Detected||Not Detected|
|All quantities are average values|
|Servings per pack: 10|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (7)
no taste, like eating cardboard
These need a lot of help from toppings which kind of defeats the point for me. Theyre dry and bitter which is a shame because they look appetising.
We tried a lot of gluten free mixes and found this one to be the best. But the secret is to add bananas or some other fruit to keep it from being too dry. 1. Beat 3 eggs in a large bowl. 2. Blend 330ml of almond or oat milk with 3 bananas in a blender and add to the eggs. 3. Pour in the full packet of Orgran mix and a pinch of salt. 4. Add a little vanilla extract and cinnamon if you wish. 5. Stir into a batter and ladle onto a pre-heated, oiled frying pan on medium heat, flip once bubbles start to appear. Makes about 7-8 large 9" pancakes.
dry dry dry
I found them dry. I even swapped the water for milk in the recipe.
It has become a tradition to make these pancakes with bacon and maple syrup each Sunday. I don't follow the recipe as they turn out very dense. I use 125g of pancake mix (1/3 of of the packet), 1 egg and then add either full fat milk or homemade kefir to make 400ml of batter. The batter is quite runny but pancakes cook to perfection in a small wok. It's a shame I cannot post a picture. Would highly recommend!
I do like... Just wish they were a little more moisture retaining when cooking... Any tips? Maybe i'm doing something wrong. I've been told chia seeds are good instead of egg.