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Gingerbread Pancakes This healthy whole-grain pancake recipe uses 100% whole-wheat flour, pumpkin pie spice, applesauce and molasses for the unmistakable gingerbread flavor. If you want to experiment with different types of whole grains, replace up to 1/2 cup of. Delicious Gluten-Free Pancakes. Fluffy pancakes that feel and taste like those made with wheat flour.

Amazing Almond Flour Pancakes. This recipe is not only gluten-free and paleo-friendly, but it’s delicious to boot! Best Buckwheat Pancakes. A mixture of white and buckwheat flour and buttermilk. Puffy and delightful.

Most Made Today. Fold in your cooked grains and pumpkin seeds. Brush a griddle, set over medium-low heat (or non-stick pan) with a little coconut oil, butter, or non-stick spray.

Cook pancakes for about 2 minutes on first side or until the edge begin to look set and little dry. Flip and cook for a minute on the second side. In a large bowl, stir together oats, flours, brown sugar, baking powder, poppy seeds, and salt. In another bowl, combine flaxseed and water; add milk, lemon.

DIRECTIONS For the pancake mix combine flax seeds, flour, cornmeal, oats, dry milk, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to use. For the pancakes, put 1 cup of the pancake mix, egg, oil and water into a large bowl and stir together with a fork just until combined. Substitute 1 1/2 cups King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour plus 1/4 cup assorted whole flakes/grains/seeds (e.g., 1 tablespoon each red wheat flakes, barley flakes, flax seeds, and hulled millet). The batter will seem very liquid at first, but should thicken nicely during its 15-minute rest.

To make the mix: 1. Grind oats in a food processor, using the pulse setting. 2. Your goal is to chop the oats, but not pulverize them! I actually like my oats on the chunkier side. 3. Along with the oats, add all of the dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl. With beater set mixer to slow speed.

Instructions. First, spray a large nonstick pan with coconut oil cooking spray (or butter) and heat to medium heat. Next, mix together dry ingredients in a medium-size bowl and set aside. In a large bowl, mash banana until liquidy.

Then, add in eggs, pumpkin, maple syrup, and milk and whisk until smooth. Woke up craving pancakes but am doing weight watchers so wanted them as points free as possible. I didn’t have wheat flour so used regular flour and substituted a 1/16 hep stevia for the sugar. I also halved the recipe. It yielded 6 pancakes at 2 points each per the recipe builder.

These were delicious and this recipe is a keeper!Nice, light pancakes come from batter that had been mixed just until the ingredients have been mixed together and there are still a few smaller lumps of flour in the batter. Make it Even Healthier.

You can make this easy, healthy pancakes even healthier by adding chopped walnuts to the batter.

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Whole Grain Waffles and Pancakes Have whole grain waffles or pancakes that you make yourself from scratch or from a whole grain mix, and top them with yogurt, fruit, one to two tablespoons of heart-healthy nuts, and a drizzle of real maple syrup.

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Pancakes are a special treat for me, and when I make them they’re always whole grain based.

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Oats and wheat make cereals and pancakes just as tasty, and these grains yield better and more reliably.

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Sprinkle some on fresh fruit or mix with yogurt; or have a poached or baked egg with bran muffins or whole grain toast, and kefir cheese or unsalted butter; or some whole grain cereal or pancakes with a little maple syrup.

“Linda Page's Healthy Healing: A Guide to Self-healing for Everyone” by Linda G. Rector-Page
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To give our pancakes a subtle hint of that hearty wholegrain texture, we add a few tablespoons of unprocessed muesli to the batter, too.

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Our chefs who formulate SCD recipes give you the perfect way to enjoy pancakes without wheat (actually, without any grains at all).

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Add the peanut butter, cinnamon, flaxseeds, maple syrup, and blueberries, and mix well.

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Some other suggestions include steel-cut oats with hemp protein powder, flaxseed, walnuts and fruit, or eggs with whole wheat toast and fruit.

“Diabetes Cookbook For Dummies” by Alan L. Rubin, Cait James
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Breakfast: a whole grain cereal with apple juice or a yogurt and fresh fruit; and/or whole grain toast or muffins, with a little butter, kefir cheese or nut butter, add eggs, scrambled, baked or soft boiled (no fried eggs); or have hot oatmeal or puffed kashi cereal with maple syrup or yogurt.

“Linda Page's Healthy Healing: A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone” by Linda Page
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Made with almond flour, these pancakes are gluten-free and lower in carbs than traditional pancakes.

“The Feed Zone Cookbook: Fast and Flavorful Food for Athletes” by Biju K. Thomas, Allen Lim, PhD
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  • Yumm yumm you nailed it. ❤️ I should probably mention that Spelt has gluten in it and it’s not safe as a gluten free substitute for celiac or gluten free diets. I wonder how Buckwheat would sub out, since that grain is actually free of gluten. ��

  • Guys go and try it out now. I was worried that the pancakes would taste like trash or are horrible to flip but nooo. These pancakes were really fluffy and easy to flip and tastet niiice. I used oatmilk instead of vanilla almond milk but there turnd out good as well. Thanks for the recipe my dear

  • I love this recipe it is so awesome how about you make a video of how to make vegan chocolate fudge brownies if you haven’t and if you can it would be awesome if you could I love chocolate fudge brownies they are so yummy and delishus mmm I love them so much I just can’t stop saying it they are so awesome and I also like this recipe too it is the best pancake��
    In the world I love it so much it is the best pancake in the world I will eat it for breakfast it will be the best thing to do for me I love pancakes they are so yummy mmm

  • The best. My granddaughter daughter is a vegan and I’m always making new recipes. Thanks. I even shared your video to Facebook. ❤❤❤❤❤��

  • I love your recipe but I’m little confused about he ingredients, in the video you saying Banking powder and the write recipe you talk about Banking soda.

  • Hey girl, that peanut butter look very spreadable, the healthy one doesnt spread that easily at all. If you ever want to get into knowing the ingredients cheak out FlavCity channel, I’ve learned so much from hit. Love you always

  • I don’t like the flavor of applesauce, is there anything I can use instead? I also don’t want to use melted butter, just to stay on the healthy side

  • These are not only the best vegan pancakes but the BEST pancakes ever! Once you make them you’ll never want to try another recipe again!��❤

  • Can you create a dry vegan pancake mix that we can have already made and we just need to measure some of the mix out and add some water when ready to make pancakes. Like premade mix at the store. Thank you.

  • I’m finally going to make these today! I use a non stick pan. From my research they are fine as long as you don’t heat them on anything over medium heat.

  • I stopped using sugar. Now I’m using erythrithol (Sukrin brand) syrup with maple flavor and it is soooo good, a real nice option when you do not want or cannot use sugar! I now use the Sukrin Syrup for everything where you want that maple syrup flavor and I use molasses and erythrithol&stevia or sometimes molasses and liquid Natreen for that brown sugar flavor (e.g. in my BBQ sauce that I make with a good quality ketchup with no added sugar as the basis YUM and so easy&wuick to make!)…

  • Please don’t take offense to this comment and just understand that I like you and want you to succeed. Please ditch the shiny lipstick, it is distracting; matte would be better on your lovely face. Great earrings,!

  • Hey bitch your recipe did not work. The batter looked like bread dough and did not cook
    I used every one of the ingredients correctly

  • I made the recipe for me and my mother and she loved it so much she wanted to throw out the pancake mix we had. Thank you so much for the recipe!

  • Looks good! Just a quick note though spelt flour does contain gluten, less than wheat, but it does have some gluten so is not suitable for people with gluten allergies.

  • For the full Whole Wheat Pancakes Recipe with ingredient amounts and instructions, please visit our recipe page on Inspired Taste:

  • Thank you for the recipes you provide.
    One tablespoon of baking powder has about 1,200 mg of sodium. Many people are already having too much sodium in their diet so that is a concern for me.

  • Didn’t have buttermilk I used pumpkin milk and added 1 Tbs. vinegar. and used a banana instead of applesauce. Just put the banana & the milk in a small blender. Came out great.

  • I don’t use Bob’s red mill bc they use pesticides on their products even if it’s organic. I’ve done my homework especially when I was looking for a great oatmeal! Nature’s path is organically grown and pesticide free! And it’s a delish product

  • These aren’t great. I doubt most of the views, comments and likes translate to people who’ve actually made them. They’re like a 4 or 5 out of 10. If you drown them in syrup it makes them a 6. They look amazing, but the taste is very underwhelming. Thanks for sharing the recipe anyway, at least it gives me something to work on.

  • 1:43 Lisa: Turmeric needs pepper to be activated I usually add it to my porridge with a pinch of cayenne, (or grind of black pepper) I also add ground flaxseed to my porridge. 4:05 WORTH WATCHING: DuPont vs. the World: Chemical Giant Covered Up Health Risks of Teflon Contamination Across Globe Thank you for sharing this recipe with definitely give it a try (when I can next get hold of some bananas!☹ )

  • I want to make these today. The description says 1 teaspoon of baking soda but the video says 2 teaspoons of baking soda and the printable recipe link doesn’t work, results in an error. I thought I would double check on the website.

  • Your pancakes are so beautiful, dont think anyone would even know that they are “healthy” �� Love that you used apple sauce for added moisture! ��

  • I tried it. It might need more flour than asked. I didn’t have honey so I replaced it with sugar. Also didnt have apple syrup so used date syrup instead. Turned out delicious ��

  • I love your goofy winter hat, Lisa. You look adorable in it. My kind of fashion statement. It’s probably a common hat in Poland, but unusual to me. 😉

  • Just finished eating a couple of them, so delicious, I really like their texture! We will be making more tomorrow, putting the leftover batter to the fridge for the morning:) thank you!!!

  • This recipe is great the pancakes were so light and fluffy I thought they would blow away☺ They never made it to the kitchen table I ate them as soon as they came off the skillet ������

  • I tried the last recipe and I don’t know what happened but it they did not set up at all and I followed the directions completely I had your video on hand. So I hope I can do this one but I don’t have bananas right now and I don’t know if I can get to the store. I do have frozen bananas in the freezer maybe I could thaw one. I love pancakes and I miss eating them!!! Ty����

  • I just made these and they are absolutely amazing! I did not have any coconut oil so I used a tablespoon of some applesauce I made.

  • I made waffles this morning and I always add flaxseed. Now I will have to add the turmeric and maybe a little canned pumpkin. I love tweaking recipes. They always look delicious when you make them.��

  • OMG I LOVE the ending where you show the whole recipe again! That’s frickin brilliant. Is this new or have I just not noticed it before…? ����

  • Yes Black Pepper for the bioavailability of the Tumeric… Tumeric is a great healer, cancer and more… but it needs to be ingested in oil as I once read sometime ago tho

  • According to the findings of a 2006 Environmental Protection Agency scientific advisory panel, the primary chemical used to make Teflon perfluorooctanoic acid or PFOA is a “likely human carcinogen.” But that applies only to PFOA that has been emitted into the environment. When a pan is heated it releases PFOA.

    Teflon is so insidious it found in new born babies. I have a bird and it known among bird owners that you cannot cook with Teflon because it will kill them.

  • I love your pancakes. I do it frequently since we’re home. It’s really delicious. Glad that you do the healthier version. I’m definitely gonna give it a try

  • One tip: Add some pepper to the pancakes! It enhances the availability of the turmeric’s active ingredients:) And you won’t really taste it if you add just a bit:)
    One thing I don’t get from the chemical point of view: backing powder already has acidic agent added, so vinegar should not be necessary as in the case of backing soda…Have you tried them without the vinegar? Or maybe it was backing soda not powder? I don’t know, just curious ;D
    But the recipe was great! I will have to try my version of your pancakes for my sistershe LOVES banana pancakes! <3

  • Looks so good:-). I like home made fruit preserves on pancakes:-); I had strawberry preserves in abundance a few years back and that began the addiction lol. Thanks for sharing!

  • Will try these with my family as a Saturday morning treat. (I’m a maple syrup kind of a girl with my pancakes, as it’s surprisingly easy to get in the UK). I sometimes use a nonstick pan for things like dosas, but for pancakes my well seasoned cast iron pan is surprisingly nonstick and I like how sustainable it is as it will last forever. My grandmother has been using hers since the 50’s and I’m sure my own grandkids someday will still be using them! I always feel awful throwing away the old scratched up and burn damaged nonstick ones. But they are handy for certain things.

  • I’m sure I heard Dr. Greger say in a video years ago ground flaxseeds last a long time. Because I used to grind them myself too but since I heard him say that I just buy them ground and store them in the fridge. Can’t remember what video it was though as it’s so long ago.. I store nuts and chia seeds in the fridge too.

  • Thanks for the vinegar explanation! I’ve read that turmeric’s healing properties are augmented with either a fat or black pepper. Do you think flax = fat? I’m a pepper fan and add it to most everything. (I also love Dr. Greger!) Can you add (organic, of course) cornmeal to this? TY��

  • I like to put turmeric in rice! It’s so good. I love this new and improved pancake recipe! Do you use the coffee grinder to prepare the flaxseed? I love flaxseed in salads, breads, bread sticks and “empanadas”. You can add them to everything! Great video! Thank you.

  • They have such a pretty colour!
    Mine, especially the first one is goop! Then the rest is okay. I’ll have to remember to preheat the pan like you did, and skip the margarine!

  • Hi, so in lieu of your recent struggle with switching off comments to your channel due to the negative feedback I wanted to share this video link with you. Please watch it I know you will relate to and love it. I know I did. Keep the vids coming…

  • Yummo! ♥️ Love the Daily Dozen app. Here’s a link to Dr Gregor’s info on the benefits of Turmeric:

  • Do you mean a cup AND A HALF of each flour? Cuz you REALLY over measured there. I want to make it but what you said there was different then what you did. Thanks Lisa! ��

  • Thanks for watching! I’ll post the written recipe on my Patreon page later today: If you’re interested, you can join us. Enjoy!! ����

  • This video is so pretty!:) I would love to achieve such quality for my videos, i work hard for that! I just bought chia seeds but besides knowing it was a super food (thanks to your videos:D) i really didn’t now how to cook it hahah! now thanks to you i do!

  • Thank you for the recipe, I’m about to try this one now:). Have you thought about creating a simple book or website with all these recipes which contain superfoods? It might be a nice addition to the videos, in my opinion.

  • they’re easy to find online and mail order. It seems like all Trader Joes and Whole foods stores have them. If you’ve got a local health foods store, check there! They may also be known as salba seeds.

  • Tried these this morning. They were really nice,fluffy and thoroughly cooked inside! I used agave instead of sugar and added nuts for crunch!

  • Girrrrrrl!!! My 1st attempt at making Vegan Gluten free pancakes…. OMG….. So goooood and so moist!!! I am 82 days Vegan but I’ve always had a healthy diet!! Thank you so much…. everything you said is true!!! Bomb pancakes ����

  • try it without animal products sweetheart like simple plant milks and vegan butter, it’s real simple and better for you and the animals