These healthy vegan pancakes are very easy to make, require only 5 ingredients and will be the only thing you’ll want to have for breakfast, for the near future at least.
Whether you decide to eat them with fresh fruit, a generous drizzle of maple syrup or on their own you’ll thank me after you make these easy vegan pancakes.
Since my Mum came to visit me from Australia, I felt that the both of us deserved to be pampered. Well for me that means pancakes drizzled with maple syrup! Who here agrees?
So, I got to work and after a few surprisingly quick tries’ I had a stack of not too sweet, healthy vegan pancakes that tasted heavenly. I asked my Mum to assist me while I photographed them, which she of course happily agreed to do and after a fun photography session we sat down and enjoyed these maple drizzled plant based pancakes.
What You’ll Need
Makes 12 healthy vegan pancakes
- 1/4 Cup (60 gr) of Almond Butter
- 1 Cup (215 gr) of Coconut Milk
- 6 Tablespoons (85 gr) of Maple Syrup
- 1 Cup (130 gr) of Whole Spelt Flour
- 1 Teaspoon (3 gr) of Baking Powder
- Olive Oil for pan
1. Mix together the almond butter, coconut milk and maple syrup in a medium sized bowl. Add the spelt flour and baking powder and mix until combined.
2. Heat a saucepan on medium heat and when the pan is nice and hot add a drizzle of olive oil. Remove excess oil with a paper towel then scoop 2 tablespoons or desired sized and wait for the bubbles pop, around a minute, until flipping the pancake over.
3. Wait roughly half a minute then transfer onto a plate. Repeat until you have finished the entire vegan pancake batter.
4. Serve with fresh fruit and a drizzle of maple syrup and enjoy!
Want another delicious breakfast recipe? Try my Vegan Banana Bread! It’s easy to make, perfectly infused with lemon and walnuts and makes a great on the go snack.
Until next time,
Have A Bright Day xx
7 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Pancakes- The Only Pancake Recipe You’ll Need!”
Those pancakes look delicious Elinor :*! I have some organic almond butter lying around, and this looks like a perfect recipe to utilize it! 🙂
Hi Deepika so nice to see you here! Enjoy and I can’t wait to hear what you think xx 🙂
Have you heard any results using GF flour? I am not able to eat spelt flour but these look amazing.
Hi Sandra, unfortunately I haven’t but will start working on a GF version as it has been requested quite a bit. Good luck and let me know if you succeed 🙂
What will I need in grams? I’ve tried converting cups to grams before but it never seems to turn out right. America is the only place where they use cups(I think) , so if you want to help your foreign followers it’s a good idea to tell us what we’ll need in grams and milliliters too.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention, you’re absolutely right! This is one of my older recipes, when I included only cup measurements. I have edited it now, and will also add it to my to do list to go through the rest. 🙂