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Contributor: Lucette Romy

Artist + Alchemist Lucette Romy shares her upgraded recipe for a childhood favorite food which wins the “battle between a love of this yummy breakfast and finding a pancake that wouldn’t leave me feeling sluggish, bloated, and on a sugar crash in desperate need of a nap at 1 pm.”

We are drooling over all all the creative ways she enjoys these gluten-free, sourdough, nutrient-dense “Prash Cakes”....  

Growing up, pancakes were a treat and always something my siblings and I looked forward to. It was a treat because pancakes, though delicious, were much like eating cake for breakfast. Full of processed sugars, gluten, and some not so healthy toppings. It became a battle between a love of this yummy breakfast and finding a pancake that wouldn’t leave me feeling sluggish, bloated, and on a sugar crash in desperate need of a nap at 1 pm.

You can imagine my joy, when I stumbled across the perfect pancake, gluten-free and sourdough-based. Yep, it’s true. Did I mention it’s easy on the gut and gave me the perfect opportunity to add in some of my favourite Sun Potion adaptogens? 

I chose to use Pearl and Reishi inside my mix, though you could also change this recipe and add any of your personal favourites! Matcha pancakes, cacao pancakes, perhaps a mega mushroom mix...the options are endless.

To top it all off, what better way to sweeten this morning treat than with the delicious tonic ambrosia Prash.


(Night before)

1 cup gluten free sourdough starter*

1/2 cup oat flour

1/2 cup buckwheat (or sorghum or millet flour)

1 cup kefir or milk of choice (dairy, goat, rice, etc.)

1 tbsp. of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar 

(Day of)

1/4 cup fat/oil of choice (melted butter, coconut oil, lard, etc.)

1 egg, whisked

1 tsp. baking soda

1/2 tsp. sea salt

2 tsp. Pearl Powder

2 tbsp. Reishi Powder

pinch of cinnamon

*starter recipe can be found here, stay tuned for Lucette's recipe coming to the journal soon!



The night before:

Combine starter, flour, kefir and honey (if using). Cover and let sit on counter overnight up to 12 hours

The day of:

Heat a cast iron skillet or griddle to medium (it should be hot and ready to go by the time you have finished making your batter)

In a mixing bowl, combine melted butter or coconut oil, eggs, Pearl, Reishi and cinnamon into the gluten free sourdough mixture

Whisk until the batter is nicely combined

Add baking soda, baking powder and sea salt, and whisk some more -- your batter will rise up and get pouffy

Ladle batter on griddle to form small 4-6 inches cakes

Cook until golden brown

Top with Prash, coconut yoghurt, blueberries and if you're looking for a little extra sweet, 100% pure organic maple syrup (optional)


 Sun Potion's take on the classic Chyawanprash

Our blend is dedicated to the ancient staple of this Vedic functional food formula.

Our Prash includes: Raw, local wildflower honey from Santa Barbara, organic, grass-fed ghee, Ashwagandha, Pine Pollen, Astragalus, He Shou Wu, Eucommia, Polyrachis Ant, Rhodiola, Mucuna Pruriens and Himalayan salt. 


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Lucette Romy

Lucette is an Australian designer, photographer, artist and alchemist. After living in Bali, Indonesia for over 5 years she has been inspired to live simply and holistically, at harmony with the earth and its offerings. As owner and designer of The Wylde, Lucette brings to life clothing that is focused on redefining the values of fashion through sustainable manufacturing and design. With simple and elegant silhouettes made from natural, organic and raw materials, she believes that clothing is like good skincare and should be thought of like anything that we consume internally or topically. Through her work as a photographer, Lucette is passionate in giving a voice to women to feel powerful and radiant in their body and who they are through her soulful and femi- nine imagery.



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