By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
Bobby Hutton (Robert James Hutton) was born on April 21, 1950, in Jefferson County, Arkansas. He was the son of John D. Hutton and Dolly Mae Mitchner-Hutton. At the age of three, Bobby and his family moved to Oakland, California after his family was visited by a group of white supremacists, threatening to harm his family.
As an adolescent, Hutton would meet Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, the two founders of the Black Panther Party in North Oakland, at the government funded Neighborhood Anti-Poverty Center, a program dedicated to the employment of local youths for service projects.
In 1966, at the age of 16, Hutton would become the first recruited member and also the first treasurer of the Black Panther Party.
In May of 1967, Hutton with thirty Black Panther Party members traveled to Sacramento, California to protest the Mulford Act at the state Capital …
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LOW-CARB pancakes for breakfast again. So delicious! PREPARATION TIME : 30min (baking included)
NUTRITION VALUE (without strawberries and chocolate ): cca 380kcal (38g proteins, 17g fats, 15g carbs)
1 scoop no flavor proteins
1 tsp vanilla essence
30g shredded coconut
10g coconut flour
100g low fat Greek yogurt
2 tsp sweetener of your choice (I use Stevia)
10g raw cacao
1 tsp egg replacer
7 tbsp water
50g frozen strawberries
10g dark chocolate
Mix all the ingredients in a cup.
Heat up a non stick pan and apply mixture with a spoon (you can make 3 small pancakes at the same time).
When you see that the upper part of pancake is ready, careful flip it over and bake for 1-2 more minutes.
When pancakes are ready pour some hot strawberries over it and dark chocolate cut to pieces.