It only comes round once a year – but that won’t stop me. I treat myself to healthy pancakes at least every 2 weeks so these are recipes are a staple in my diet. Depending on what I want I tend to indulge in a different recipe each time. I am of course Vegan as of the past few months so new recipes have found their way into my inbox and onto my weekly menu.
If you don’t have any dietary restrictions, what’re you waiting for? You could take any of these amazing recipes and run wild with them! Even if you do suffer from intolerances and dietary issues, I have you covered.
– Vegan & Gluten-free recipes are included!
American Style Pancakes -GF Paleo & Vegan Alternatives
Based on a traditional banana pancake, The Gluten-Free & Vegan pancake is made predominantly with banana. You can change the recipe from there either including a flour of your choice.This recipe was my first ‘big hit’ in blogging. It made it’s way around Pinterest & twitter like no other post somehow, with my caggy handed photography skills I managed to get something decent looking.
The flour is optional but it does make them fluffier and more filling for a long day ahead. Flour of choice: I make my own oat flour (see below) but you could use Almond flour, Oat flour, Coconut, Rice is the most popular or you could use the ready made Gluten Free flours & pancake mixes.
The American vegan pancakes are raised with egg for fluffiness but you could also add in a tsp of baking powder or even flaxseeds and baking powder for an extra boost.
Squash-ed super healthy pancakes
The beginning of a traditional gluten-free pancake with a touch of squash! Very flat and definitely the most unforgiving of mixtures. It’s very thin mixture is an identifier of the gluten-free and paleo recipe, however you could easily turn these into more traditional pancakes.
Add a half cup of flour a half teaspoon of baking powder and a tablespoon of milk to make these fluffy and thick.
I make my own Oat milk (here’s how) and Oat flour so I have a lot of oat pulp floating around and managed to make something from it. This recipe lead me onto waffle batter and it really opens up a new market for healthy pancakes and waffles for breakfast. Oat pancakes are surprisingly light and fluffy when the flour is blended right (my first batch were really dense as the oat flour was more like oat bran!)
You can, of course, double the mixture and add an egg for a lighter batter if you’re looking to make them non-vegan.
Waffles: Gluten-Free & Vegan ( Banana & Oat flour)
Ok ok, not a traditional pancake but who cares when they taste like heaven? You may have seen a few of these on my twitter feed & Facebook over the past few months. I was given Belgian Waffle Maker as a present from my partner and I’ve gone completely insane eating them every few days.
There’s just so much you can do with them!
If you don’t have any dietary restrictions, what’re you waiting for? You could take any of these amazing recipes and run wild with them. If you do suffer from intolerances and dietary issues then I have that covered – Gluten-Free, high protein, low carb & Vegan recipes are included!
Enjoy these? Why not read my waffle recipes!