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This Vegan Pancake Recipe Is the Breakfast Breakthrough You Need

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Breakfast for dinner used to be one of my favorite meals as a kid. Especially since it often involved pancakes, which are great anytime of the day. This vegan pancake recipe is fast to make and creates a delicious meal, even for non-vegans. The leftovers can always be wrapped and put in the toaster the next day with almond butter or jam. This vegan pancake recipe is also gluten, dairy, and sugar free. Easily create a savory dish by topping these with fruit or sauteed vegetables.

It’s always time for pancakes!

Breakfast for dinner used to be one of my favorite meals as a kid. Especially since it often involved pancakes, which are great anytime of the day. This vegan pancake recipe is fast to make and creates a delicious meal, even for non-vegans. The leftovers can always be wrapped and put in the toaster the next day with almond butter or jam. This vegan pancake recipe is also gluten, dairy, and sugar free. Easily create a savory dish by topping these with fruit or sauteed vegetables.

It’s always time for pancakes!

Makes about a dozen pancakes

Vegan Pancake Recipe Ingredients:

1 cup almond meal/flour

1 cup almond or coconut milk

2 teaspoons baking powder

pinch of sea salt

1 tablespoon flax meal (or if you’re not cleansing, 1 egg)

1 teaspoon cinnamon

Directions:

Heat a cast iron pan or griddle over high heat with a teaspoon or two of coconut oil until it’s melted.

Mix all ingredients together in a medium bowl until you have a runny pancake batter. You may need to adjust, adding more of the non-dairy milk to make it the right consistency. You don’t want the pancakes to be too stiff.

Reduce heat to medium low and scoop roughly 1/4 to 1/2 cup of batter onto the hot surface.

When bubbles are covering the top of the batter, flip and cook the other side.

You know the deal, we’ve all made pancakes!

Keep in a slightly warm oven or stack on a dishtowel or plate.

Serve warm with blueberry jam, coconut nectar, coconut or almond butter, or fresh fruit. Also try sauteed vegetables for a savory dish. The possibilities are endless, and you can save different combinations for the leftovers!

Recipe and Photos: Jenny Nelson

Topics: Clean Eats, vegan

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