Am I the only one who gets hungry an hour or so after eating breakfast? I swear, some days I have to eat 2 meals in order to be full. Do you have a favorite breakfast food? Pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast foods! You can have so much fun making them with a variety fruit fillings and toppings. They’re also super easy to make with kids! Well, after months of experimenting, I’ve finally found a tasty way to enjoy vegan pancakes that will leave your sweet tooth satisfied and belly full!
You won’t feel bad one bit about eating a short stack of these pancakes! They’re loaded with plenty of vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. They’re also moist, fluffy and absolutely delicious! You don’t need any crazy ingredients and they’ll take less than 20 minutes to make! I really love chowing down on these vegan pancakes after a high intensity workout.
If you’re in the mood to make your batch of vegan pancakes from scratch then take a look at this recipe from Oh She Glows .
But if you’re like me and short on time, just use any vegan pancake mix of choice. My 2 favorite plant-based pancake mixes are from Enjoy Life Foods and Madhava.
Clean and good for you additional ingredients include:
Rolled Oats: high in fiber and low sodium.
Organic Chia Seeds: healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium.
Blueberries (use any preferred fruit filling): Blueberries are a very good source of vitamin K, vitamin C and manganese. Blueberries are also a good source of fiber and copper.
Now that we’ve got that out the way let’s get down to business! Since I didn’t make this batch of vegan pancakes from scratch there’s really no need for crazy measuring. You can add as little or as much of the ingredients as you’d like! I’ve substituted blueberries for vegan chocolate chips, banana, vanilla and cinnamon. All variations came out with great tasting results!
What made these vegan pancakes even more irresistible was topping them with blueberry hemp granola and banana. You’ll find that these pancakes are sweet enough so there won’t be a huge need for syrup. If you’re looking for a syrup that isn’t as sweet as most try coconut palm syrup. I added a drizzle of this low glycemic syrup and fell in love! Let me know if you end up trying this recipe! Comment below or tag me on Instagram under #HH2TEats! May your plates be emptied and your bellies be full. 🙂
Healthy Hair To Toe <3