Pancakes are the best breakfast! Do you agree?!
What’s better than a big stack of pancakes for breakfast, especially if they are fluffy, healthy, delicious and easy to make! We enjoy them almost every weekend, they are just that good. You can’t get bored with them because you can make them on so many different ways and add different topping so they are never the same. We make them with just three simple ingredients, that you almost certainly have at home.
- Oats: we use oat flour instead of regular flour, because it’s healthier and taste really good. Oats are great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants, so we use them on a daily basis.
- Plant based milk: we like to use rice or almond milk but you can use whatever milk you like.
- Baking powder: it’s important ingredient because it makes pancakes really fluffy and soft.
- You can also add some cinnamon powder, cacao powder, matcha, proteins or other superfood into the batter and make the best version of it.
We made many different pancakes and here are some of our best ones, to give you some ideas.
Stack of guilt free matcha pancakes that are so light and fluffy and contain a lot of antioxidants. We used main recipe for pancakes and just added one tsp of matcha powder to get this pretty green colour. We topped them with soy yoghurt, kiwi, cacao nibs and puffed quinoa.
Pancakes with raspberries
Who can resist these delicious pancakes with lots of raspberries. They are delicious and also really healthy. We spread some homemade strawberry jam on them and topped them with raspberries, chopped almonds and add some maple syrup.
Pancakes with homemade jam
We really love jam, but it’s really hard to find sugar free one, so we usually make our own. We topped these pancakes with our own sugar free plum jam and added pomegranate seeds for some vitamins and crunchiness.
Pancakes with cinnamon
Cinnamon is our favourite spice and we use it every time we can. We added it to oats, porridge, smoothie, pancakes, you name it. We topped these delicious pancakes with soy yoghurt and caramelized nectarines with cinnamon.
- 120 g oat flour
- 250 ml rice milk
- 1 tsp of baking powder
- Mix oat flour and baking powder.
- Add rice milk and mix it well together.
- Wait about 10 to 15 minutes so the batter becomes thicker.
- Heat coconut oil in a pan and add batter in the center of it.
- Bake for about 30 seconds.
- Flip the pancake and bake it for 20 to 30 seconds.
- Add your favourite topping and enjoy.