So like it or not my creative juices had to be very active even at the time when half the world were fast asleep tucked tightly in the warm comforts of their bed. Sometimes I succeeded in making something which she ate and on other days no amount of coaxing or stern looks would make her chew.
One day at a friend's house I noticed her fancy for a glass of smoothie and she finished the drink, which was very unlike her. So having gained confidence from this incident I started the smoothie session everyday for breakfast as this was the easiest way to make her gulp down nutrient filled healthy ingredients without much effort from my end. But alas like most children her love for smoothies was short lived and my breakfast wooes returned.
My joy knew no bounds when she actually smiled seeing the breakfast plate and ate the whole kid sized pancake that I had dished out for her. So our breakfast is still continuing on a happy note, that is to say till putting up this post. Not sure how long it will last. But when it ceases I will again have to resume my hunt for another recipe to captivate her fascination.
This recipe does not use sugar or milk. The egg whites can be replaced with whole wheat flour. Therefore this recipe can be enjoyed by both my Vegeterian and vegan friends alike.