So Autumn is here - my favourite season. I love the crisp sunny mornings, the colours of the leaves and of course I love the food that is around right now. So as a little break from all the pumpkin recipes floating around in the internet at the moment, let's use up some apples! I'm afraid this recipe isn't completely vegan as I really haven't found a good substitute for eggs in the UK. If you know of one, use it instead. The yoghurt can, obviously, be non-diary.
30g wholewheat flour
50g rolled oats
1.5 tsp of baking powder
Half an apple, cored and grated
60ml fresh apple juice
50g natural yoghurt
Grind the oats in a food processor until they resemble coarse ground flour. Mix with the flour, baking powder and a couple of pinches of cinnamon in a bowl.
Whisk egg and add it to the flour mix
Whisk the yoghurt and apple juice together until you get a smooth batter about the consistency of double cream
Add the grated apple
Cook like fritters in a frying pan. Make sure the oil is really hot before you start.
They make the yummiest breakfast - served hot with some honey (or syrup for vegans!)