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Pancakes with fruisana fruit sugar

Fruisana Fruit Sugar is a natural, healthier alternative to normal cane sugar that can be used in exactly the same way. Sprinkle Fruisana over pancakes drenched in lemon juice or use it to make delicious, home-made lemon curd or strawberry jam which can be spread over pancakes as an alternative.

Fruit Sugar is a natural sugar found in most fruits and honey. It tastes like ordinary cane sugar but is nearly twice as sweet, which means you use less. In addition, Fruisana has a low GI of 23 compared with cane sugar (65) which means it is absorbed more slowly into the bloodstream to provide a stable energy source that leaves your appetite satisfied for longer and avoids those blood sugar highs and lows that lead to hunger pangs.

To make pancakes (12)

100g (3 1/2 oz) Plain flour

1 egg

300ml ( 1/2 pint) milk

Pinch of salt

Butter melted, for frying

1. Sift flour and salt into a mixing bowl.

2. Beat in the egg.

3. Gradually add milk blending to a smooth batter.

4. Heat 18cm (7inch) non-stick frying pan, lightly brushed with butter. When hot, pour in approx 2 tablespoons of batter, tilting the pan to coat the base evenly. Cook until pancake moves freely (tossing at this stage if you want to) or until golden.

5. Sprinkle with lemon juice and Fruisana Fruit Sugar.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Feb 24, 2004
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